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I asked the question Fourier series is to Fourier transform what Laurent series is to …? over at MSE, since that's where my questions usually belong to. But since I couldn't find any resources on it, I was wondering if it were actually adequate for migration to MO?

To summarize that question, it is about the similarity between Fourier analysis and the Laurent series on a circle and whether the $r\to\infty$-limit of the latter a) makes sense b) also yields an integration similar to the Fourier series turning into the Fourier transform and c) whether its useful.

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    $\begingroup$ As it stands: no. 1. You've only asked the question a few hours ago. Wait a bit to see what responses you get on MSE. 2. There are some computational mistakes in your post. (See my comment on MSE.) You should first fix that. $\endgroup$ – Willie Wong Jul 16 '13 at 10:53
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I don't think this is appropriate for Math Overflow because it is not a research level mathematics question.

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