:grumpy: I have a question..yesterday at Wikipedia i heard about the "Hermite Polynomials2 as Eigenfunctions of fourier (complex?) transform with Eigenvalues i^{n} and i^{-n}...could someone explain what it refers with that?...when it says "Eigenfunctions-values" it refers to the Kernel K(x,t) that is a complex exponential function?...(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Eigenfunctions and eigenvalues of Fourier Transform?

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