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Wigner

Eugene Paul. 1902--95, US physicist, born in Hungary. He is noted for his contributions to nuclear physics: shared the Nobel prize for physics 1963
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Discrete Wigner Hough transform (WHT) can be expressed as
Wigner cites other examples and finally concludes by saying,
La transformada fraccionaria de orden a de una senal posee una distribucion de Wigner igual a la original, solo que rotada un angulo de a[pi]/2 radianes en el plano tiempo-frecuencia.
Wigner was none too happy about these last two, the first installments of his epic Ring cycle, but Ludwig insisted and would not be denied.
These dynamics were understood as early as the 1930s, after Wigner, Stone, Hahn and Hellinger worked in the field.
However, the PFD and PLD for Wigner - Ville based spectrum sensing almost approaches to zero for the SNR regime under observation.
Application of the wigner distribution function to partially coherent light," J.
Wigner distributions (nearly) everywhere: time-frequency analysis of signals, systems, random processes, signal spaces, and frazes // Signal Processing, 2003.
Wigner (1970) escribio que no era posible formular las leyes (de la mecanica cuantica) de manera totalmente consistente sin hacer referencia a la conciencia.
Nine lectures consider such topics as kinetic theory and the Kac master equation, max-to-mean ration estimates for the fundamental eigenfunction of the Dirichlet Laplacian, random unitary models and their localization properties, the universality of correlations for random analytic functions, a Wegner estimate for Wigner matrices, and quantum Heisenberg models and their probabilistic representations.