I do not know how to transform a Fourier transform integral in S^3(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

by a Hopf fibration to S^2. I have the three variables (r,theta ,phi)

in spherical polar coordinate,S^2 and (r,theta,phi and psi) for

S^3 where psi:[0..4*pi ]and theta:[0..pi ]and phi:[0..2*pi].

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# Fourier transform integral in S^3 by a Hopf fibration to S^2

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