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dogan memisoglu bilgehan aktepe 100%

DEVELOPING FAST FOURIER TRANSFORM ALGORITHM ON FPGA BOARD WITH OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE Design Report www.digilentdesigncontest.com DEVELOPING FAST FOURIER TRANSFORM ALGORITHM ON FPGA BOARD WITH OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE BILGEHAN AKTEPE c1117002@student.cankaya.edu.tr DOGAN MEMİŞOĞLU c1214038@student.cankaya.edu.tr Submitted for the 2017 Digilent Design Contest Europe May 2017 Advisor:

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presentation digilent 86%

FAST FOURIER TRANSFORM ON FPGA BOARD WITH OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE 201117002-Bilgehan AKTEPE 201214038-Doğan MEMİŞOĞLU Instructors:

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Report 82%

it suppresses side lobes better.[3] Figure 6 – Rectangular Window Figure 7 – Hamming Window 4 Onur Aydın 20902097 EEE 424 - 01 Discrete Fourier Transform Audio signals keep their characteristics features inside the Fourier domain.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/03/14/report/

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Project 14-2-1-839G1.22 79%

5 Chapter 3.1 Fourier optics ................................................................

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/01/11/project-14-2-1-839g1-22/

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UROP Logbook (1) 77%

The scope of the project is to understand mathematics behind randomness in music (students must know probability, conditional probability, discrete and continuous Fourier transform, or at least be willing to learn it), write code to characterize randomness of a musical piece.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/04/07/urop-logbook-1/

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Cours.-Suites-et-séries-de-fonctions 75%

S´eries de Fourier Fonctions C i par morceaux.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/05/18/cours-suites-et-series-de-fonctions/

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51-Tahirah Hasan, Yasnidar Yasir, Abd.Wahid Wahab 74%

Karakterisasi kitin termodifikasi yang dihasilkan menggunakan Fourier Transform Infra Red (FTIR), Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) dan penentuan gugus sulfhidril secara iodometri.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2011/03/16/51-tahirah-hasan-yasnidar-yasir-abd-wahid-wahab/

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Won-Hi Hong und Heinz Brauer. Stoffaustausch zwischen Gas und Flüssigkeit in Blasensäulen 73%

The studies show that values of the Sherwood number are strongly dependent on the Fourier number.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2019/12/26/untitled-pdf-document-4/

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Rapid quality control of spirit drinks and beer using FTIR 72%

Food Chemistry Food Chemistry 101 (2007) 825–832 www.elsevier.com/locate/foodchem Analytical, Nutritional and Clinical Methods Rapid quality control of spirit drinks and beer using multivariate data analysis of Fourier transform infrared spectra Dirk W.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2013/08/07/rapid-quality-control-of-spirit-drinks-and-beer-using-ftir/

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Report SchmitzSitbon 64%

X˜i = F −1 F(h3 ) × F(Xi ) F(hi ) (1) Where × is the element-wise multiplication, and the division is also performed element-wise, and F, F −1 are the Fourier and the inverse Fourier transform, respectively.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/02/07/report-schmitzsitbon/

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Yoneyama 1983 64%

Pa=t•P•a2m2 16pocgar •o•2 g2 Co The Fourier transformof Eq.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/03/21/yoneyama-1983/

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2014 Lamour ACSNano SI 62%

Supplementary Methods Protein expression and purification Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy Statistical analysis of fibril shape fluctuations AM-FM AFM Tables S1–S4 Figures S1–S10 Notes S1–S5 Supplementary References S1 Lamour et al.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/04/30/2014-lamour-acsnano-si/

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Web presentation 61%

2 Sensors and Data Piezoelectric Actuator Lab • • • • • Used a motor with a fine travel range of 25 micrometers Inputted 5 V signal at 5hz Measured movement with Linear Variable Displacement Transducer (LVDT) and National Instruments LabView Used filters to account for noise Looked for 5hz signal in LabView 3 Sensors and Data Results • • Focus was on windowing and signal processing Used Fourier Transform to find constituent frequencies of measured signal • • Various waveforms Various sampling frequencies 4 Other Piezoelectric Applications Harvard Robobee • • • • Meso-scale flying robot Two piezoelectric components control each wing Weight less than .1g Currently wired 5

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sinqr 61%

A Question Universe Generator November 16, 2018 Hi, when we were calculating the fourier inverse of the coulomb potential (for particle scattering) we encountered following integral Z ∞ sin(qr)dr 0 I immediately thought:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/11/16/sinqr/

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Generalized Van Hove Formula for Scattering of Neutrons 60%

A new method of quantum-statistical derivation for the space and time Fourier transforms of the Van Hove correlation function was formulated.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2013/10/28/generalized-van-hove-formula-for-scattering-of-neutrons/

28/10/2013 www.pdf-archive.com

polo-poster 59%

Date-Time • A total of 18 variables after joining of tables Polynomial Fit Analysis Traffic Flow without considering weather influence Therefore, we decide to collect, process and study historical data to develop such tools to ensure safer and more efficient travel on road Traffic Flow considering weather influence Fourier Curve Fitting Periodic Time Series y = f(t) Degree = 4 1) 2) 3) 4) Site-id Weekday vs Weekend Dec.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/01/12/polo-poster/

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CV Julien Paparone 58%

Simulations FDTD de nano-antennes, Dimensionnement d'échantilllon, Élaboration de nano-structures (Dépôts, FIB), Montage de bancs optiques, Interfaçage, Automatisation, Caractérisation optique (Analyse de Fourier, Comptage de photons), Gestion de Projet, Management de Stagiaires, Interaction équipe technique, Publications académiques, Séminaires Karlsruhe Institute of Technology :

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/07/19/cv-julien-paparone/

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fake resume 57%

John Doe Last Updated on 26th September 2017 123 Main Street, Northern MD, 20001 personaladdress@gmail.com | 123-456-7890 | schooladdress@school.edu EDUCATION PROJECTS AN EAST COAST UNIVERSITY LED BASKETBALL TRAILER | SENIOR DESIGN PROJECT BS IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING BS IN BIOMETRIC SYSTEMS Fall 2016 - Spring 2017 | Youtube Demo Video • Our team designed and built a fully mobile, LED-equipped Basketball Game Trailer, sponsored by New Vision Renewable Energy (nvre.org) to raise money for cancer societies • Lights “dance” to whatever music is playing, using Fourier transforms on a Teensy microcontroller to create a colorful, synchronized audio-visual lightshow May 2017 | Small Town, WV LINKS LinkedIn:// myname Facebook:// MyName Twitter:// @MyName YouTube:// MyName Github:// MyName COURSEWORK Photonics Thermodynamics Electromechanical Energy Conversion Engineering Electromagnetics Analog Electronics Digital Electronics Signals &

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/09/26/fake-resume/

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Sistemas Din├вmicos 54%

Aplicando leis físicas adequadas, como as Leis de Newton, de Kirchhoff, de Fourier, etc., chegamos normalmente a equações diferenciais que relacionam matematicamente as variáveis do modelo com as propriedades do modelo e com o tempo.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/09/06/sistemas-din-micos/

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GREEN'S FUNCTION @ Krista Roluahpuia 52%

Mahse mathematics kan bel phah leh zual nan Fourier transform hmanga Green’s function zawn lam hi thlur bing ta zawk ila.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2020/01/13/greens-function--krista-roluahpuia/

13/01/2020 www.pdf-archive.com

ABC Ethyl carbamate FTIR 52%

In this study, the rapid method of Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy in combination with partial least-squares (PLS) regression using selected wavelength bands is applied for the first time to the screening analysis of EC in stone fruit spirits (analysis time only 2 min).

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/11/14/abc-ethyl-carbamate-ftir/

14/11/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

Tequila jf048637f 49%

Ion chromatography (IC) and Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy were recently introduced to the analysis of spirit drinks (11, 16-18).

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/11/14/tequila-jf048637f/

14/11/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

32 49%

(3), extracting the factor ej 2 fc t and expanding the other factor in an exponential Fourier series, we obtain Time (seconds) 50 40 z (t) = 30 20 10 0.05 0.1 0.15 0.2 0.25 0.3 Frequency (Hz) 0.35 0.4 0.45 0.5 Figure 1:

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resume may2014 48%

o Created random signals for use in the experiment and also created the program that coordinated the virtual reality room’s displays with the signal o Analyzed data of a wide range of fields, including general body movement data, Electromyographical data, and eye movement data o Identified Fourier transforms between the signals and the data o Applied physical and mathematical findings to the biological task – identified key features in the data that pointed to specific responses o Produced data for analysis in future studies involving Parkinson's patients and comparative tests with other types of perturbations Full research paper submitted separately, see abstract below Research paper entered in Intel Science Talent Search, selected as semifinalist on Jan 9, 2013.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/02/16/resume-may2014/

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resume 48%

Resume    Diwakaran Ilangovan  Diwakaran Ilangovan, sophomore at Yale College  Date of Birth: September 1st, 1995  Diwakaran.ilangovan@yale.edu    Kinesiology Research at the University of Maryland Department of Kinesiology        11th – 12th grade  35 hrs/wk, 10 wks/yr  Research with Dr. John J. Jeka on the effects of vertical visual perturbations on human body  mechanics in walking  Analyzing how random vertical oscillations of a subjects surroundings (controlled, in a virtual  reality environment) affect the kinematics of the human body while subjects walk on a  treadmill. By analyzing the components of a subject’s surroundings separately, we can better  understand how the brain coordinates stimuli with responses.  o Created random signals for use in the experiment and also created the program that  coordinated the virtual  reality room’s displays with the signal  o Analyzed data of a wide range of fields, including general body movement data,   Electromyographical data, and eye movement data  o Identified Fourier transforms between the signals and the data  o Applied physical and mathematical findings to the biological task – identified key  features in the data that pointed to specific responses  o Produced data for analysis in future studies involving Parkinson's patients and  comparative tests with other types of perturbations  Full research paper submitted separately, see abstract below  Research paper entered in Intel Science Talent Search, selected as semifinalist on Jan 9, 2013.    Physics Team       Head captain of school physics team, 11th 12th grades  9th – 12th grade  3hrs/wk, 30 wks/yr  USAPhO (USA Physics Olympiad) Semifinalist (Approximately top 400 in the country) 10th, 11th,  12th grades  Physics Bowl Regional runner up, 9th grade    Math Team         Co‐Captain of school math team, 12th grade  9th – 12th grade  3 hrs/wk, 30 wks/yr  USAMO (USA Math Olympiad) Qualifier (Approximately top 270 in the country) 10th, 11th, 12th  grades  AIME (American Invitational Math Examination) Qualifier (Approximately top 5 percent in the  country) 7th‐12th grades  University of Maryland High School Math Competition Honorable Mention (Approximately top  50 in the state) 9th – 12th grades  Member of school PUMaC (Princeton University Math Competiton) A team, 5th, 6th, 2nd place in A  division in 10th, 11th, 12th grade respectively    Resume       Diwakaran Ilangovan  PUMaC individual finalist (at least within top 40) in A division 11th,12th grade  Member of school HMMT (Harvard MIT Math Tournament) A team, 8th, 9th, 6th place in A  division in 10th, 11th, 12th grade respectively  Member of school ARML (American Regional Math League) A team, 7th, 9th, 7th in 10th, 11th, 12th     Biology Club     Co‐founder and Co‐captain of school biology club, 12th grade  5 hrs/wk, 15 wks/yr  USABO (USA Biology Olympiad) Qualifier (Approximately top 10%), 11th, 12th grade    Computer Science     Montgomery Blair High School Computer Systems Operator (SysOp), 11th, 12th grade  USA Computing Olympiad (USACO) Silver division, 9th – 12th grade  Known languages  o Java  o C/C++/Objective C  o MATLAB  o LaTeX    Science Bowl       Captain, 11th, 12th grade  9th – 12th grade  3 hrs/wk, 20 wks/yr  Regional winners, 9th – 11th grade  National runner ups, 10th grade    Sai Seva Volunteer Work    Participant in Hindu volunteer organization to feed the needy in D.C., 11th, 12th grade  o 5 hrs/wk, 22 wks/yr  o Make and distribute healthy, vegetarian cuisine to the homeless in D.C., including  vegetable rice, potato curry, and red kidney bean curry  Works in association with the Lions Club Eyeglass recycling center, 11th, 12th grade  o 5hrs/wk, 12 wks/yr  o Help the Lions Club in recycling of used eyeglasses, including washing, identifying the  prescription, and packing for shipment to third world countries.    Varsity Volleyball     Member of team, 11th, 12th grade  15 hrs/wk, 10 wks/yr  Division champions in 2012    Tae‐Kwon‐Do/Karate     Began at age 5, continued until in 11th grade  3 hrs/wk, 50 wks/yr  Received black belt in 8th grade, second degree black belt in 10th grade    Resume    Diwakaran Ilangovan  The Perception of Vertical Visual Perturbation While Walking    Abstract:      By using the information our eyes collect from our surroundings, we can better stabilize  ourselves and keep in control of both standing and walking. Many studies have been done to  test the effects of horizontal and lateral visual motion, but no studies have been done of  vertical visual movement. In this study, we observed the effect that random vertical movement  of a subject’s surroundings has on the subject while walking on a treadmill, expecting that  perhaps a small but measurable response would be produced. The subjects were presented  with two different amplitude signals, while walking at 5 kilometers per hour, and their body  kinematics were measured. Frequency response functions were calculated, and the gains and  phases demonstrate interesting results – there is evidence of down‐weighting, the “ignoring” of  high amplitude perturbations that has been documented in other studies, and there are  noteworthy patterns in the gains across the frequencies studied. While reactions were stronger  in the lower frequencies in the Anterior‐Posterior direction, they were stronger in the higher  frequencies in the Medial‐Lateral direction. This is hypothesized to be because higher frequency  perturbations are also shorter period perturbations, and so they affect the subject in the span  of a single gait cycle. Phase plots show us other interesting patterns, for example an upward  movement of the vertical field leads to a forward movement of the body, which would indicate  how the body perceives these perturbations. These results together provide a compelling  argument that vertical visual feedback is in fact highly important in the maintenance of stability  of the body. The findings can be used in future studies that compare the responses of healthy  subjects to the responses of pathological walkers, which could lead to the discovery of the  causes of several types of walking disorders and corresponding treatments to help the suffering  individuals recover.   

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/05/25/resume/

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