Fourier Transformation

In some intellectual circles, Fourier Transforms are discussed using the term
A Fourier Transformation is the process by which a Fourier Transform is taken. Typically, a Fourier Transform
refers to a Fourier Transform pair, or the Fourier Transformation of a specific function. Fourier Transformation
refers to the act of determining a functions Fourier Transform.
Let's do a quick example. The constant function
Figure 1. The Fourier Transformation of a Constant Function.
If you are interested in really understanding the Fourier Transform, I encourage you to start with
The Fourier Transform homepage, which goes through it all.

**Fourier Transformation**.
This isn't unique or different from a Fourier Transform, and is seldom used. However, if you want the
term Fourier Transformation defined, then this is the right place. If you are interested in learning
about the Fourier Transform in detail, check out The Fourier Transform
homepage.
*g(t)* undergoes the Fourier Transformation to produce
the dirac-delta function
*G(f)*, as shown in Figure 1:

The Fourier Transform (Home)