This book's main goal is to give a contemporary overview of recent developments in Fourier transforms, which are the most potent analytical tool for high-tech applications in electrical, electronic, and computer engineering.

It also discusses Fourier transform spectral techniques, which have a wide range of applications in biology, biomedicine, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, and nanotechnology. With the potential for a wide range of scientific and technological applications, the fusion of Fourier transform methods with high tech creates new prospects for the detection and management of atoms and molecules employing nanodevices.