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    Convolution

    Hi was just wondering if anybody could help me understand convolution of a matrices. I'm asked to compute the convolution of A and B where

    A = [-3 1 3] and B = [2 1 3 1 2]

    apprently the answer is (-2/7 3/7 4/7) , but i have no clue how to get there, can't seem to find a good tutorial on convolution anywhere, any help would be much appreciated thanks : )
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    Quote Originally Posted by ct5845 View Post
    Hi was just wondering if anybody could help me understand convolution of a matrices. I'm asked to compute the convolution of A and B where

    A = [-3 1 3] and B = [2 1 3 1 2]

    apprently the answer is (-2/7 3/7 4/7) , but i have no clue how to get there, can't seem to find a good tutorial on convolution anywhere, any help would be much appreciated thanks : )
    Do you have a book that this question is taken from?

    If so please post the definition of convolution that it gives.

    The definition of convolution that I have here cannot produce that answer
    from the two input vectors you give.

    RonL
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