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Convolution Theory

  1. Oct 23, 2008 #1
    Hi,

    I am a Physics PhD student and am trying to understand the Convolution theory. My original background is Chemistry so I am finding the maths very difficult.

    I work in condensed matter and want to generate a c++ code that will convolute some theoretical data I generate with a Gaussian, to simulate some experimental data.

    I can do the first bits in c++ no problem, however I dont really know where to start with the convolution.

    I was wondering if anyone knows the best sites, or books to read, or who can advise me on a walkthough of convolution.

    Thanks

    Gareth
     
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