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  • 1 Convolve — Con*volve , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Convolved}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Convolving}.] [L. convolvere, volutum; con + volvere to roll. See {Voluble}.] To roll or wind together; to roll or twist one part on another. [1913 Webster] Then Satan first knew pain …

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  • 2 convolve — [kən välv′] vt., vi. convolved, convolving [L convolvere, to roll together < com , together + volvere, to roll: see WALK] to roll, coil, or twist together …

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  • 3 convolve — (kon vol v ) s. m. Un des noms vulgaires du convolvulus ou liseron. •   Ainsi sur les moissons, quand l orage a soufflé, Reposent, confondus dans le sillon comblé, Le convolve amoureux, la renoncule agreste, Et le pavot sanglant, et le bluet… …

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  • 4 convolve — verb (convolved; convolving) Etymology: Latin convolvere, from com + volvere to roll more at voluble Date: 1616 transitive verb to roll together ; writhe intransitive verb to roll together or circulate …

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  • 5 convolve — convolvement, n. /keuhn volv /, v.i., v.t., convolved, convolving. to roll or wind together; coil; twist. [1590 1600; < L convolvere, equiv. to con CON + volvere to roll, turn, twist] * * * …

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  • 6 convolve — verb a) To form the convolution of something with something else b) To compute the convolution function See Also: convolute, convoluted, convolution …

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  • 7 convolve — v. twist; roll, wind together …

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  • 8 convolve — [kən vɒlv] verb rare roll or coil together. Origin C16 (in the sense enclose in folds ): from L. convolvere roll together …

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  • 9 convolve — con·volve …

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  • 10 convolve — con•volve [[t]kənˈvɒlv[/t]] v. i. v. t. volved, volv•ing to roll or wind together; coil; twist • Etymology: 1590–1600; < L convolvere=con con +volvere to roll, turn, twist con•volve′ment, n …

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  • 11 convolve — /kənˈvɒlv/ (say kuhn volv) verb (convolved, convolving) Obsolete –verb (t) 1. to roll or wind together; coil; twist. –verb (i) 2. to form convolutions. {Latin convolvere roll together} …

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  • 12 convolve — v.tr. & intr. (esp. as convolved adj.) roll together; coil up. Etymology: L convolvere (as CONVOLUTED) …

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  • 13 Convolved — Convolve Con*volve , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Convolved}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Convolving}.] [L. convolvere, volutum; con + volvere to roll. See {Voluble}.] To roll or wind together; to roll or twist one part on another. [1913 Webster] Then Satan first… …

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  • 14 Convolving — Convolve Con*volve , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Convolved}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Convolving}.] [L. convolvere, volutum; con + volvere to roll. See {Voluble}.] To roll or wind together; to roll or twist one part on another. [1913 Webster] Then Satan first… …

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  • 15 Seagate Technology — Type Public (NASDAQ: STX) Industry …

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  • 16 Convolution theorem — In mathematics, the convolution theorem states that under suitable conditions the Fourier transform of a convolution is the pointwise product of Fourier transforms. In other words, convolution in one domain (e.g., time domain) equals point wise… …

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  • 17 Scale space implementation — Scale space Scale space axioms Scale space implementation Feature detection Edge detection Blob detection Corner detection …

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  • 18 convolute — I verb 1. curl, wind, or twist together • Syn: ↑convolve • Derivationally related forms: ↑convolution, ↑convolution (for: ↑convolve) • …

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  • 19 con´vo|lute´ly — con|vo|lute «KON vuh loot», adjective, verb, lut|ed lut|ing. –adj. rolled up into a spiral shape with one part over another; coiled: »The leaves in a bud of the cherry tree are convolute. The whorls of certain sea shells are convolute. –v.t., v.i …

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  • 20 con|vo|lute — «KON vuh loot», adjective, verb, lut|ed lut|ing. –adj. rolled up into a spiral shape with one part over another; coiled: »The leaves in a bud of the cherry tree are convolute. The whorls of certain sea shells are convolute. –v.t., v.i. to coil… …

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