Fourier Transformation period functions for a Data Scientist

(Last Updated On: February 16, 2020)
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I remember when I first heard about Fourier Transformations with periodic functions. This article was posted on my Facebook group so people responded to it. Here are some highlights of the complexity of it:

The Sine and Cosine functions are arguably the most important periodic functions in several cases:

  1. The periodic functions of how displacement, velocity, and acceleration change with time in SHM oscillators are sinusoidal functions.
  2. Every particle has a wave nature and vice versa. This is de Broglie’s Wave-Particle duality. Waves are always sinusoidal functions of some physical quantity (such as Electric Field for EM Waves, and Pressure for Sound Waves).

There is even a section described for artificial intelligence as well.

Do you think this could be used for trading at all?

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