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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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On the big screen, depleted scriptwriters resort to medical complications and convolutions with similar urgency: The recent indie hit, 'Kita Kita,' had a blind female protagonist (Alessandra de Rossi).
The non-braided hose's convolutions are farther apart ("wide pitch"), thereby reducing flexibility and increasing stiffness.
Wang and Keer [10] used a similar approach, implementing the Discrete Convolution Fast Fourier Transform (DCFFT) technique [11] in layers of constant depth.
Due to the discrete nature of convolutions of this method, FFT can be used for improving the computational speed compared to the regular FDTD method.
The convolution has the algebraic properties of ordinary multiplication.
The exponential convolution (e-convolution) of arithmetic functions is defined by
Cavicchi in 2002, for the calculation of the convolution integrals and sums of piecewise defined functions.
SIR - John Riseley's letter (January 7) on the minutiae and convolutions of the monarchical succession made me realise why the majority of younger people in England have no interest in their royal family or support for the institution it embodies.
NOW that we're all commentators or experts on macro economics, high finance and other fiscal convolutions, there's still no consensus on very much at all.
Later, the often ray-tube integration called approach was employed for 2D ISAR image generation [8] and it was even recognized that the resulting convolution integrals can be efficiently evaluated by Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) based fast convolutions [9].
The formed model is made using sub- convolutions with a nonlinear compromise scheme that provides consideration of limited resource allocation of conflicting criteria requirements, different consumer needs, stocks of supplies,' stocks and limited resources.