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Synonyms for Fourier

French mathematician who developed Fourier analysis and studied the conduction of heat (1768-1830)

French sociologist and reformer who hoped to achieve universal harmony by reorganizing society (1772-1837)

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The FOURIER trial included 27,564 high-risk patients with prior MI, stroke, and/or symptomatic peripheral arterial disease (PAD) who had an LDL cholesterol level of 70 mg/dL or more on high- or moderate-intensity statin therapy.
Furthermore, a key substudy of the FOURIER population addressed the important theoretical concern that too-low cholesterol may effect neurologic or cognitive function.
FOURIER (Further Cardiovascular Outcomes Research With PCSK9 Inhibition in Subjects With Elevated Risk) was eagerly anticipated as the first dedicated cardiovascular outcomes trial to report results for a proprotein convertase subtilisin/kexin type 9 inhibitor, the novel drug class that achieves previously unattainable LDL lowering.
Philosophically and practically, Fourier maintained that human populations should be reorganized into social collectives of his own design.
In the late 19th century Michelson performed Fourier analysis by hand to help resolve fine details of the light emitted by vaporized elements--essentially an early version of Fourier transform spectroscopy.
Another temperature-related term that has gained ultimate importance is the Fourier transform, which is essential to understanding audiovisual signal processing today.
We thus, make use of Fourier transform properties along with its tables in a sensible way to derive these expressions in time domain.
To aid in analyzing the behavior of the PCM, an investigation of Biot number and Fourier number is useful.
7] formulated the relationship between the signal's Fourier series coefficients and its unknown parameters in the form of a spectral analysis problem.
Partial differential equations; topics in fourier analysis.
This derivation, based on the application of Fourier methods, is given in various mathematical and engineering textbooks, for example [7, see p.
n], esta definido como el coeficiente Fourier de la fuerza dinamica de la funcion normalizada por el peso estatico de participantes [11].
a first lens system for writing a holographic pixel of said hologram on to a photosensitive medium, said first lens system being arranged downstream of said spatial light modulator and being arranged to focus said object beam to a minimum beam waist at a Fourier plane defined by said first lens system; and
Rica em caricaturas de militantes fourieristas e sansimoneanos, porem retratados como alienigenas, proferindo suas palestras num tom professoral e providos de uma longa cauda, membro que, segundo Charles Fourier, o homem adquiriria num novo mundo como sinal de seu progresso.
Recently, fractional Fourier transform based signal processing techniques have become popular [4]-[8].