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snatchingthepi

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- Homework Statement
- Evaluate and sketch the 1-D convolutions:

- Relevant Equations
- tri(x,y) ** (step(x) * 1(y))

I have some confusion about this question.

I am asked to do the 1D convolution of a function that is clearly 2-dimensional

tri(x,y) ** (step(x) * 1(y)) where ** is the convolution.

Furthermore my professor is not available for questions (have tried). I'm wondering if I simply ignore the bits of 'y' and convolve

tri(x) ** step(x)

or if there's something I'm missing. I don't have the text yet (on order - Easton's "Fourier Methods in Imaging") and the library doesn't have a copy either. Also if anyone happens to know the name of the function 1(y) I'd be most grateful.

I am asked to do the 1D convolution of a function that is clearly 2-dimensional

tri(x,y) ** (step(x) * 1(y)) where ** is the convolution.

Furthermore my professor is not available for questions (have tried). I'm wondering if I simply ignore the bits of 'y' and convolve

tri(x) ** step(x)

or if there's something I'm missing. I don't have the text yet (on order - Easton's "Fourier Methods in Imaging") and the library doesn't have a copy either. Also if anyone happens to know the name of the function 1(y) I'd be most grateful.