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  • noun mathematics The inversion of a convolution equation; does not normally have unique solution

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  • After the device has made on the order of 8,000 measurements, the researchers have to do their own flip, this a mathematical one called deconvolution, to process the data and fit it into a three-dimensional shape.

    IBM's Sharp New Focus

  • On p 4066 you will find fig 12 c-d deconvolution for the size distributions of magnetites from ALH84001 and terrestrial MV-1 magnetotactic bacteria.

    New Findings Say Mars Methane Comes from Life or Water — or Both | Universe Today

  • Using specialized deconvolution software, the image in that bell is obviously from The Ring Those that read this blog shall be cursed.

    Coming and Going: Taking Liberties and Taking Leave

  • There are several which will yield basic info such as radius, some measure of limb darkening, and some measure of gross shape – speckle interferometry, intensity interferometry, deconvolution of eclipse light curves (in eclipsing binaries), stellar occultations (by the lunar limb), more?

    Astronomers Find Type Ia Supernova Just Waiting to Happen | Universe Today

  • They are well separated, show a nice gaussian shape, and deconvolution based on just the chromatographic domain will likely already work.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • They are well separated, show a nice gaussian shape, and deconvolution based on just the chromatographic domain will likely already work.

    Recovering full mass spectra from GC-MS data

  • Marc Garland of NUS their collaborator will actually put the data into the computer, use this BTEM, do a deconvolution, and you will get a spectra of pure species!

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • Ken, you should see that upon deconvolution, that correlation between storm count and intensity/or duration is not a constant throughout the last 150 years, but is affected dramatically by observation system changes.

    YTD Hurricane Activity « Climate Audit

  • Marc Garland of NUS their collaborator will actually put the data into the computer, use this BTEM, do a deconvolution, and you will get a spectra of pure species!

    Chemistry & Cooking

  • But it would not be too much to ask for a model to add estimated worst case error envelopes based on deconvolution of past variations and subsequent modelling of the resulting spectra appropriately to derive said envelopes.

    Pat Frank: Forcing assumptions in GCMs « Climate Audit

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    March 15, 2011