Convolution is the correlation function of f(τ) with the reversed function g(t-τ).

The convolution operator is the asterisk symbol **
* .**

- Continuous convolution
- Discrete convolution
- 2D discrete convolution
- Filter implementation with convolution
- Convolution theorem

The convolution of f(t) and g(t) is equal to the integral of f(τ) times f(t-τ):

Convolution of 2 discrete functions is defined as:

2 dimensional discrete convolution is usually used for image processing.

We can filter the discrete input signal x(n) by convolution with the impulse response h(n) to get the output signal y(n).

*y*(*n*) = *x*(*n*) * *h*(*n*)

The Fourier transform of a multiplication of 2 functions is equal to the convolution of the Fourier transforms of each function:

ℱ{*f * ⋅* g*} = ℱ{*f
*} * ℱ{*g*}

The Fourier transform of a convolution of 2 functions is equal to the multiplication of the Fourier transforms of each function:

ℱ{*f * ** g*} = ℱ{*f
*}
⋅ ℱ{*g*}

ℱ{*f *(*t*)
⋅* g*(*t*)} = ℱ{*f
*(*t*)} * ℱ{*g*(*t*)}
= *F*(*ω*) * *G*(*ω*)

ℱ{*f *(*t*)
** g*(*t*)} = ℱ{*f
*(*t*)} ⋅ ℱ{*g*(*t*)}
= *F*(*ω*) ⋅ *G*(*ω*)

ℱ{*f *(*n*)
⋅* g*(*n*)} = ℱ{*f
*(*n*)} * ℱ{*g*(*n*)}
= *F*(*k*) * *G*(*k*)

ℱ{*f *(*n*)
** g*(*n*)} = ℱ{*f
*(*n*)} ⋅ ℱ{*g*(*n*)}
= *F*(*k*) ⋅ *G*(*k*)

ℒ{*f *(*t*)
** g*(*t*)} = ℒ{*f
*(*t*)} ⋅ ℒ{*g*(*t*)}
= *F*(*s*) ⋅ *G*(*s*)

- Limit
- Derivative
- Integral
- Series
- Laplace transform
- Convolution
- Calculus symbols