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Old 2016-05-04, 06:52   #4
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Originally Posted by jasong View Post
Ultimately, if I can simply get a better understanding of physics news, to the point where I can post without being a crank or a semi-troll, I'll be thrilled. And if that includes finally fully comprehending what a Fast Fourier Transform is and why both Prime95(the program) and graphics cards benefit from them, that's even more thrilling.
What resources are best for you will depend on what you know so far.
The best book I know of for Fourier Analysis is the one by Prof. Tom K├Ârner
http://www.cambridge.org/nl/academic...ysis?format=PB
- but it assumes you have already done a course in analysis/calculus at first year university undergraduate level.

Oxford Physics public lectures are available free here:
http://podcasts.ox.ac.uk/series/oxfo...ublic-lectures

I hope you find something which suits you!
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