# Fractal convolution: A new operation between functions

@article{Navascus2019FractalCA, title={Fractal convolution: A new operation between functions}, author={Mar{\'i}a A. Navascu{\'e}s and Peter R. Massopust}, journal={Fractional Calculus and Applied Analysis}, year={2019}, volume={22}, pages={619 - 643} }

Abstract In this paper, we define an internal binary operation between functions called fractal convolution that when applied to a pair of mappings generates a fractal function. This is done by means of a suitably defined iterated function system. We study in detail this operation in đp spaces and in sets of continuous functions in a way that is different from the previous work of the authors. We develop some properties of the operation and its associated sets. The lateral convolutions withâŠÂ

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