Subject: Re: a term in French ... or perhaps [insertion]...
From: Rick (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu May 26 2005 - 18:32:32 EDT
but back to the point, NOT about neuroanatomy, but
Complex convolution, convolutions with moving impulse, convolution
without moving impulse, cross synthesis, and source filter synthesis.
How different are these (assuming they're all related) and what are
the main differences? I use them enough that I should know, but I'll
admit to being a bit of a dial-spinning-tweaker as opposed to having
any kind of real understanding of the process.
On 5/26/05, Rick <email@example.com> wrote:
> In neuroanatomy---
> (Vocabulary Guide to Neuroanatomy, by A. Edwards, East Bay Publishing
> Co., Berkeley, CA)
> convolution: a winding, a turn, a fold. A convolution is a fold of
> tissue on the brain surface.
> From latin? convolvere - to roll together
> "gyrus a circular convolution. The brain is made up of many circular
> convolutions, gyri, which have been given identifying names."
> Rick Nance
> De Montfort University
> Leicester, UK
-- Rick Nance De Montfort University Leicester, UK RickNance.org
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