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*Subject*: Re: Hankel (Fourier-Bessel) Transform*From*: Georg.Pabst(at)nrc.ca (Georg Pabst)*Date*: 25 Jul 2001 10:23:29 -0700*Newsgroups*: comp.lang.idl-pvwave*Organization*: http://groups.google.com/*References*: <e3fd1ac3.0107190953.49d3581@posting.google.com> <9jkhg5$a1h$1@skates.gsfc.nasa.gov> <onitgigleq.fsf@cow.physics.wisc.edu>*Xref*: news.doit.wisc.edu comp.lang.idl-pvwave:25823

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.... Georg

**References**:**Hankel (Fourier-Bessel) Transform***From:*Georg Pabst

**Re: Hankel (Fourier-Bessel) Transform***From:*William Thompson

**Re: Hankel (Fourier-Bessel) Transform***From:*Craig Markwardt

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