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What is the generalization for a convolution in $\mathbb C$?

Since the integration range of "the" convolution is $\mathbb R$, what is a sensible generalization in complex numbers? Would one still integrate over $\mathbb R$, or some other path, or over the ...
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Do asymptotically equivalent coefficients survive convolution at least in Θ?

This is a follow-up question to this one where I asked if asymptotic equivalence of coefficients carried over after convolution, resp. why this was not the case. Answerer Daniel Fischer proposed that ...
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Why does convolution not maintain asymptotic equality of coefficients?

Assume I have four (generating) functions $f$, $f'$, $g$ and $g'$. If that is interesting, we can assume that they all share the same radius of convergence $\rho > 0$. In addition, we know that ...
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Require help with the convolution of two complex conjugates

I need to find the convolution of the following two functions: When rationalizing the denominator, the numerators become complex conjugates of each other. I have tried obtaining the Fourier ...
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Need help with the convolution of two complex functions

Could someone start me off with how to find the convolution of these two functions? Using the normal equation for convolution seems impossible as a common overlap interval is required for ...
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Given a meromorphic function (via its Laurent series), how to obtain the (Taylor series of the) two holomorphic functions it is the quotient of?

Since any meromorphic function $f:\mathbb C\to\mathbb C$ can be expressed as the quotient of two entire functions, i.e. $f(z) = \frac{n(z)}{d(z)}$ where the zeros of the denominator $d(z)$ are $f$'s ...
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On using fourier transforms to solve the root of a convolution

In continuation of Lower bounds of laplace transform of characteristic functions. My question is: Can anyone point out where i'm going wrong in the derivation below. It's been a while ...
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Deriving complex form of Fourier series

I have encountered a problem where I get the correct outcome, but I am uncertain as to whether or not my steps are logically justified. I would really appreciate some input regarding this! The ...
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FFT with a real matrix - why storing just half the coefficients?

I know that when I perform a real to complex FFT half the frequency domain data is redundant due to symmetry. This is only the case in one axis of a 2D FFT though. I can think of a 2D FFT as two 1D ...
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Convolution between a kernel and an image with FFT

In the FFT2D paper (Fast Fourier transform used for a convolution with a kernel in the frequency domain), I'm lost at the second page first picture: ...
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Solution for this Convolution

We have $f(z)=z+ \sum_{n=2}^{\infty} a_{n}z^{n}$ where $a_{n}$ is a constant and $g(z)=z$, $(f*g)(z)$ is equal to what? i still wondering to confirm that $(f*g)(z)=z$.
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Example of Convex Function

Knowning that $f(z)=z+a_2z^2+a_3z^3+...$ is a convex function, is it the derivative of f(z) is also a convex function?
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Z transform of a complex convolution

I found this paper on Hilbert Transform, which is a very nice read. I've studied signal processing, but from a more practical than mathematical perspective. Can someone explain to me how we arrive at ...
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FFT signal post processing

This is more a "post a suggestion" topic rather than a question. And thank you if you are willing to read this whole. I've been studing the code in the Nvidia Cuda SDK regarding how to operate a ...