Re: a term in French ... or perhaps [insertion]...


Subject: Re: a term in French ... or perhaps [insertion]...
From: Rick (ricknance@gmail.com)
Date: Thu May 26 2005 - 18:32:32 EDT


ummm...

but back to the point, NOT about neuroanatomy, but
math-acousti-musico-convolution...

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.

R

On 5/26/05, Rick <ricknance@gmail.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."
>
> R
>
>
> --
> Rick Nance
> De Montfort University
> Leicester, UK
> RickNance.org
>
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De Montfort University
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