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

1. Nov 3, 2005

htaati

I do not know how to transform a Fourier transform integral in S^3
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].

2. Nov 5, 2005

EnumaElish

Is there a reason why this is posted under "Set Theory, Logic, Probability & Statistics"?

3. Nov 5, 2005

Gokul43201

Staff Emeritus
I guess because a Hopf Map is a topological concept...and so it's related to set theory.

4. Nov 6, 2005

htaati

manifold

this is a kind of error called tipo
however thanks a lot for your attention