Re: a term in French


Subject: Re: a term in French
From: Philippe-Aubert Gauthier (Philippe-Aubert.Gauthier@USherbrooke.ca)
Date: Thu May 26 2005 - 09:43:03 EDT


In French we also use "convolution" to describe the mathematical operation of
convolution. We sometimes talk of convolving and "convoluer" (verb) in French,
but I am not sure if it is a real French word. Other expressions are "linear
convolution", "periodic convolution" and "circular convolution", I was assuming
that you were talking about the mathematical aspects of convolution ...

For any French/English translation of rather technical terms, take a look at
www.granddictionnaire.com which is very precise.

Selon Linda A Seltzer <lseltzer@Princeton.EDU>:

> >I can't find the French word for the computer music term, "convolution",
> >in my French dictionaries. Actually, I need the plural of the
> >word in French....convolutions.
>
>
> I'm curious about the context in which you are interested in using the plural
> of the term.
>
>
>
>

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