*Now each color of light has a distinct frequency, isnt it?*__||||__

*Now, lets say we want to arrange these colors in increasing order of their frequencies.*__||||__

*It will look like this.,......below.*__||||__

*Now lets see what we did around here,*__||||__

*Now, lets take just one of them,...hmmmm.. RED for example.*__||||__

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*x(t) is the waveform which is a function of time.*

**||||**When this waveform i.e x(t) is rotated in a horizontal plane......

YES....

e^j---------> Rotation in the anticlockwise direction in a horizontal plane.

e^-j---------> Rotation in the clockwise direction in a horizontal plane.

(By the way....e^i --------> Rotation in the vertical plane.)

**||||**Now e^ j(2.pie.freq.time) = cos(2.pie.freq.time) + j.sin(2.pie.freq.time)

Where....cos(2.pie.freq.time) = Horizontal component of the waveform.

and... sin(2.pie.freq.time) = Vertical component of the waveform.

**||||**So now,.....if you are removing the horizontal as well as the vertical component component from a wave what remains?

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**Well....lets see. Every wave can be expressed in the form A.e^(j**

~~0)~~ . Now if you remove

**e^(i**

~~0)~~ by dividing it by itself what remains? Only A right and A is the amplitude of the wave.

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**So basically, when you divide a waveform by all its horizontal and vertical components,...you are always and always left only with its amplitude.**

**|||| This amplitude is what you plot in the frequency spectrum. You plot the amplitude at that point on the X-axis which co-incides with the frequency of the wave.**

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**Now lets say you want to plot the entire vibgyor on the frequency spectrum. So now for that you will have to keep on adding all the amplitudes of all the different colors onto the frequency spectrum graph.**

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**Integration is another term for adding.**

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**So,... Integration of (e^(2.pie.freq.time)) = adding all the amplitudes of all of colors (from Red to violet) one after the other(This is synonymus to plotting them on a graph one after the other).**

**|||| So basically if there was an algorithm for fourier transforms....it would be as follows.....**

**Another way of putting it .......**

**ALTERNATE USEFUL EXPLANATION THROUGH WIKIPEDIA IMAGE**

NOW WHAT IS THE APPLICATION OF FOURIER TRANSFORMS???????

**|||| Truth being told, I myself dont know it fully.**

**|||| The below image from wikipedia is the best explanation I could get.**

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Truly amazing work. I only wish my teachers had this much understanding on the topic

ReplyDeletesir when i was read this concept, i have some clarity. but when i was watching this video

ReplyDelete:www.youtube.com/watch?v=spUNpyF58BY&t=344s:

i get confused,i can't under stand how he relate it center of mass....please explain.

my email:yshiridibabu@gmail.com

Hi,

ReplyDeleteFirst google image search for "VENN DIAGRAM FOR RGB".

Now the fourier transforms deals with frequencies. Colors that we see are nothing but waves of different frequency.

Now take a color pallete. Mix red, blue and yellow in equal proportions... the center of mass will come to white.

Now pour more of red into the mixture. The center of mass will shift towards red (lower frequency).

Now pour more and more of blue into the mixture. Do this till the mixture turns blue. Now the center of mass has shifted towards the higher frequency.

The center of mass is just an indicator of which frequency component has got more strength in it.

Maybe this video on my channel will help

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmZDlrXuIGw

Hope this helps

Binnoy.