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n(k) = ∫cos(x-y)f(x,y)dxdy

Is there a name for this transform? I would like to invert it to obtain f(x,y) but I'm not used to the 2D integral on the RHS. I tried to turn it into a Fourier transform:

n(k) = 1/2 ( ∫e

^{ix}e

^{-iy}f(x,y)dxdy + ∫e

^{-ix}e

^{iy}f(x,y)dxdy)

but got stuck. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks