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Re: Hankel (Fourier-Bessel) Transform

Craig Markwardt <craigmnet@cow.physics.wisc.edu> wrote in message news:<onitgigleq.fsf@cow.physics.wisc.edu>...
> thompson@orpheus.nascom.nasa.gov (William Thompson) writes:
> ...
> > 	H = BES0( K # X )  #  ( K * F * SC )
> Ahh, matrix product, very clever. :-)
> Just a note to Georg, this will probably get the job done, but bear in
> mind that it is a memory-cruncher.  The same thing can be done with
> the discrete fourier transform.
> Craig

Thanks for the help. Thanks to the mail of Brian Borchers I could
translate a Matlab package
(http://www.nmt.edu/~borchers/hankel.html)into IDL, which seems to do
exactly what I want. So in case anyone else is interested in Hankel
transforms...give me a shout....