The next practice of using LabVIEW is out! In this one, we will apply the previous VI into something practical. Let’s build a Fourier summation. If you don’t remember, then any function (not quite any function, but let’s skip the theory for now) can be represented by Fourier approximation as:
f(x) = ∑a cos (nx) + b sin(nx)
In this formula, a and b are the Fourier coefficients that can be calculated using some equations, but for simplification purposes we will enter them manually.
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