Noun(1) the shape of something rotating rapidly(2) a convex fold or elevation in the surface of the brain(3) the action of coiling or twisting or winding together
(1) the flexibility of the polymer chain allows extensive convolution(2) The convolution method does not generate any new insight into what determines the value of [left angle bracket] Ôö£├ä Ôö¼┬ó [right angle bracket], but it serves as a useful test case.(3) But what stopped me from really, really liking it was the utter convolution of the plot.(4) The convolution method was used to distinguish a cell from the background.(5) These fungiform structures are formed from a convolution of exocuticle.(6) The width of the sine period that was used for convolution was taken equal to 13 pixels as this yielded the smoothest traces.(7) In this way, a large number of very thin slabs would lead to a large number of parameters needing simultaneous refinement; moreover if the slabs were very thin they would be entirely smeared out after convolution with the Gaussian.(8) We accomplish this shift by performing a 2 - D convolution of the image with a 7 x 7 low-pass filter mask.(9) The disorientation of the filaments around fiber axes is also treated as a convolution with a Gaussian function.(10) The convolution method increases the precision, relative to estimation of the individual linewidths by simulation.(11) I swear I'm trying to keep convolution to a minimum here, but this is no game of fishing in the carnival ducky pond, no siree.(12) The story seems to be supplemented every time the film-makers realise they're no closer to the target run-time they've been set by the studio and then just dissolves into its own convolution .(13) Data analysis was carried out using a nonlinear, least-squares iterative convolution method based on the Marquardt algorithm.(14) Phosphor is clearly named for the pale, luminous green that animates a thick, pythonlike convolution which winds up from the bottom of the horizontal canvas and takes several loops around itself before exiting at the top.(15) They say one particular convolution in the right part of the brain is responsible for this sensation, that it collects information from different parts of the brain to form an idea of where the human body is at any particular moment.(16) The fitting of a sum of exponentials convoluted to an instrument response to experimental data is traditionally done by iterative convolution .
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Different Formsconvolution, convolutions
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