convolution


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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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Convolution is most often used for converting pulse response data to transient eye-diagram data.
n] as a multiple convolution of identical uniform density distribution.
This operation is equivalent to binary convolution and hence it is called convolution coding.
alpha],[beta],1] The Hankel type convolution is defined by
Buschman, Some convolution integral equations, Nederl.
In this paper we apply Cramer's theorem for the solutions of nonlinear stochastic equation of convolution type.
Each foam bumper has convolution to allow pressure reduction and air circulation to prevent moisture buildup.
This physiological dilemma will be exacerbated whenever hydration is inadequate and/or the activity is prolonged, resulting in a convolution of heat-related problems.
The next day, Broca presented the autopsy findings before the Anthropological Society of Paris and suggested that softening of Tans brain in the third left frontal convolution was responsible for his speech disturbance.
Follow-up MRI obtained on the 30th day after the onset of symptoms demonstrated a reduction in the volume of the lesion, as well as image characteristics typical of a cavernous angioma located immediately adjacent to Heschl's convolution in the left superior temporal gyrus (figure 2).
Almost the entire pressure load in a diaphragm application is supported by the piston head and only a small amount of the liquid or gas pressure is supported by the narrow convolution of the diaphragm.
There is a link between G' and G" because they are derived from the convolution of the same function W([gamma]b).
Another regular feature of WMJ is "Companyspeak Alert," with contributors such as Edwin Newman and William Lutz taking aim at the euphemisms and convolution of faceless corporate language.
Distribution theory; convolution, Fourier transform, and Laplace transform.