Medical Term:

Fourier analysis

Pronunciation: fūr-ē-ā′

Definition: a mathematical approximation of a function as the sum of periodic functions (sine and/or cosine waves) of different frequencies; a method of converting a function of time or space into a function of frequency; used in reconstruction of images in computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging in radiology and in analysis of any kind of signal for its frequency content.

Synonym(s): Fourier transfer, Fourier transform

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