• Definition for "convolution"
    • an application or component which collapsed or coiled.
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convolution definition

  • noun:
    • an application or component which collapsed or coiled.
    • One of the convex folds associated with surface of mind.
    • something which is collapsed or turned.
    • the folds on the surface for the mind.
    • The shape of something rotating; a vortex.
    • a type of going average.
    • A function which maps a tuple of sequences into a sequence of tuples.
    • The act of moving anything upon itself, or a very important factor upon another; a winding movement.
    • The state of being rolled upon itself, or rolled or doubled collectively; a tortuous or sinuous winding or fold, as of one thing rolled or folded upon it self.
    • An irregular, tortuous folding of an organ or part.
    • The act of rolling. or winding collectively, or of winding one component or thing on another; the movement or procedure of winding in-and-out.
    • their state to be rolled upon it self, or rolled or wound together.
    • A turn or winding; a fold; a gyration; an anfractuosity; a whorl: as, the convolutions of a vine; the convolutions of the intestines.
    • In physiology, specifically, among the gyri, gyres, or anfractuosities associated with the brain, specifically regarding the cerebrum. See slices under brain and corpus.
    • In mathematics, such a link between the relations of any asyzygetic system that each and every is applied alternately in the aggregate associated with continuing to be relations.
    • a convex fold or elevation into the surface of brain
    • the activity of coiling or turning or winding together
    • the design of something turning rapidly
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