By Calder M.S., Kempf A.
Strangely, differentiable features may be able to oscillate arbitrarily quicker than theirhighest Fourier part could recommend. The phenomenon is termed superoscillation.Recently, a pragmatic process for calculating superoscillatory services waspresented and it was once proven that superoscillatory quantum mechanical wave functionsshould show a couple of counter-intuitive actual results. Following up onthis paintings, we right here current extra normal equipment which permit the calculation ofsuperoscillatory wave features with custom-designed actual homes. We giveconcrete examples and we turn out effects in regards to the limits to superoscillatory behavior.We additionally provide an easy and intuitive new reason behind the exponential computationalcost of superoscillations
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Analysis of superoscillatory wave functions by Calder M.S., Kempf A.