Tags for questions about convolution, including the Mathematica functions Convolve, DiscreteConvolve, ListConvolve, DirichletConvolve, ImageConvolve, and convolutions using Fourier, FourierTransform, or LaplaceTransform.

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How to find this convolution?

How can I use Mathematica to find the convolution $f*f$ for ...
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Sparse convolution of sparse arrays

The documentation for ListConvolve mentions that "ListConvolve works with sparse arrays", which is true. The result, however is never sparse, eg: ...
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Error in Compiled function at runtime in spatial competition model

I just did a model of spatial competition between two species with different competitive ability & dispersal rates on a lattice with variables nrs of individuals per site. To speed it up I tried ...
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Use of Cellular Automaton or Discrete Convolution to calculate Potts Energy of a 2D Matrix

In a project of Monte Carlo Modelling of Grain Growth (Link) one of the most costly subroutines is the calculation of the Potts-Energy of an Monte Carlo Grid cell by comparing the center cell value ...
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Convolution with interpolated function

I have some problems to calculate in reasonable speed the convolution of an interpolated function with a Gauss function. I have here (ExampleData.txt, alternate Pastebin link) data which I ...
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How to plot the convolution of dirac delta series with a sine function [closed]

I am new to mathematica. I do the convolution of dirac delta :(DiracDelta(x-10)" with "sine(t),t=0-pi". How to plot the output ? Theoretically, the full wave should appear at the location of the ...
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Speed up Mathematica code involving Convolve

I'm trying to plot the averaged autocorrelation function of a random wire profile $\xi(x)$ which is build from unitsteps which are each L units long. To calculate the average I'm generating nMax ...
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recursive integration

I am trying to do multiple integrations recursively. For instance, I would like to do the following equation for arbitrary integer $n$: $\displaystyle R_n(t) = \int_0^t \mathrm dt' R_0(t-t') ...
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Discrete Convolution

Ask to compute the convolution of 2 lists, I managed to do so, with what I feel is rather heavy : Let my 2 lists be : a = {1,2,3,4} b = {1,1,1,1,1,1}; The below function adds 0s on each part of ...