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Related to convolution: Fourier transform, Convolution theorem
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the shape of something rotating rapidly

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the action of coiling or twisting or winding together

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To express various stroke patterns using the bold noise model, we use a novel convolution filter that can produce a range of effects from salient stroke patterns to smooth smearing patterns.
Features namely maximum length of the detected edge, the ratio major and minor axis, number of pixel, maximum convolution, and the number of intersection were analyzed and used to create a prediction model to identify the surface of dorsal and ventral.
Finally, a sort of high-pass filter, sharpening spatial convolution filter for edge enhancing are going to be present [13-14].
Additionally, subsets of each of these may have "wide pitch" or "narrow pitch" convolutions - again, each having some very important trade-offs affecting key performance characteristics of a hose, including minimum bend radius, flexibility and pressure resistance.
Since LRF-ELM has only one convolution layer followed by a pooling layer, the performance is restricted by its shallow architecture.
Convolution, as a mathematical operation, combines the input data stream x(i) and impulse response coefficients h(i) to generate a new output data stream y(i), for i = 0, .
After presenting some preliminaries in Section 2, we are going to characterize all finite codimensional invariant subspaces of a cyclic convolution operator, in Section 3.
Two functions ( f and b ) give rise to a new one f A- b(called in this paper fractal convolution of the originals) whose graph has a fractal structure in general.
LASER LINE SUB-PIXEL DETECTION BY CONVOLUTION MAXIMUM CORRECTION WITH PARABOLA
Keywords: Circular convolution, circular deconvolution, discrete Fourier transform, circular convolution equations.
In this paper we investigate the so-called extended eigenvalues and extended eigenvectors and cyclicity problems for some convolution operators acting on the space of analytic functions defined on the starlike domain D of the complex plane.
Wang and Keer [10] used a similar approach, implementing the Discrete Convolution Fast Fourier Transform (DCFFT) technique [11] in layers of constant depth.
According to [11], scattered electric field of an antenna at the time step (n[DELTA]t) can be obtained using the convolution of the current induced on the antenna and discrete Green's functions as (we denote a space point in a uniform rectangular lattice as (i, j, k) = (i[DELTA]x, j[DELTA]y, k[DELTA]z), where [DELTA]x, [DELTA]y, and [DELTA]z are, respectively, the lattice space increments in the x, y, and z coordinate directions):
The exponential convolution (e-convolution) of arithmetic functions is defined by