Convolution integrals and matrices?


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Nov17-13, 03:19 PM
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How are convolution matrices and convolution integrals related, they seem to both be related to signal processing but is that the only relation? In addition, how does one find the different elements to do different effects (eg. image processing: edge detection), for various convolution matrices?
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