Tutorials and application demos¶
The following are instructive demos of using FINUFFT for a variety of spectrally-related tasks arising in scientific computing and signal/image processing. We will slowly grow the list (contact us to add one). For conciseness of code, and ease of writing, they are currently in MATLAB (they should work on versions at least back to R2017a).
- Fast evaluation of Fourier series at arbitrary points
- Efficient evaluation of (continuous) Fourier transforms
- Periodic Poisson solve on non-Cartesian quadrature grid
- Efficient sampling from Gaussian Random Fields (GRFs)
For further applications, see references, and:
Fast Fresnel diffraction for optics and acoustics applications.
Tutorials for PyNUFFT with 1D and 2D reconstruction examples here.
The numerical sampling of random plane waves.
These seminar PDF slides.