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yur right about that
its another dimension !
Not that I didn't understand Fourier transforms either, but somewhere between understanding the math, and the physical, something just gets lost.  i also was not so wise in my youth.  maybe somewhere outthere, somebody with wright thoughts will point us to a lecture series ... :)

On 11/22/06, Scott Maxwell <smaxwell(--nospam--at)> wrote:
For me, diff eqs never really fazed me for structural dynamics (or in
general).  What go me in my dynamics course was when the prof started
talking about and trying to explain Fourier transformations.  Talk about
zipping past my head at light speed.  Now that I am smarter and wiser
(hopefully) than I was back in school, maybe it would be a different

Adrian, MI

On Wed, 22 Nov 2006, Christopher Wright wrote:

> Try to find it used. Probably lots of people bought it when they
> figured to take a couple of weeks and become earthquake gurus, then got
> light-headed at the sight of a differential equation. ;->

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