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How can a signal be imaginary? It's not imaginary in the everyday sense of meaning something that doesn't exist. "Real" and "imaginary" have technical meanings in signal processing, and more widely in mathematics, that are different from their everyday meanings. In signal processing "real" denotes a signal component that is in ...


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The FFT probably had to be ran on a square image that was padded out, the inverse has returned the padded out image.


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