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convolutions

The folded elevations, or gyri, of the brain into which the surface layer (cortex) is thrown so as to accommodate its great area.
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A, Professor Murat Gunel, Murat Gunel, co-director of the Neurogenetics, director of Neurovascular Surgery and professor of genetics and neurobiology at Yale, said, "so far, we have yet to explain the origin of one human brain's defining features, the deep fissures and convolutions that increase its surface area and allow for rational and abstract thoughts.
To continue with the application of embedded convolution technology, the integrated criteria for optimal allocation of limited resources of suppliers are formed (10).
In order to circumvent this constraint, which limits dramatically the resolution that can be imposed when solving numerically the inclusion problem, many authors [9, 10, 12, 14] employed spectral methods, based on the convolution theorem.
CNAPS parallel processing technology, capable of up to ten billion operations per second, accelerates up to 100-fold image processing and recognition functions such as character recognition filtering and convolutions and image manipulation functions such as rotation and resizing.
Screenwriters Robert Palm, Wendy West and Richard Sweren (working off a story by Palm, Rene Balcer and franchise creator Dick Wolf) keep the narrative convolutions fascinating, sensational and miraculously straightforward.
He covers basic combinatorics and probability, Stirling numbers, generalized Stirling and Lah numbers, occupancy distributions and sequential occupancy distributions, convolutions of truncated distributions, and compound and mixture distributions.
What preservationists call "visual distraction"--the derangements of the cinematic image that occur when celluloid warps, emulsion cracks and blisters, or mold grows between the convolutions of the reel--is the main event in Decasia.
Written by Clive Exton and directed by Tom Clegg, ``Murder in Mesopotamia'' plays out cleanly and clearly despite the narrative convolutions, and boasts handsome visual design.
The TM-66 is a 32-bit IEEE floating point vector DSP chip optimized for real and complex FFTs, convolutions, correlations and matrix multiplies.
With RealityEngine, the toolkit can take advantage of interactive warping, convolutions, histogram transformations, logical operations, and data and color space conversions.
His topics include Schwartz distributions; differentiation of distribution and application of distributional derivatives; derivatives of piecewise smooth functions, Green's formula, elementary solutions, and applications to Sobolev spaces; convolutions of distributions; and vector-valued distributions.
not to mention that his story's solution, simple in its convolutions, makes perfect sense.