Afer some experiments, it seems to me that:
the integral (in the entire domain) of a convolution $(f*s)(x)$, of a filter function $f(x)$ with a a signal function $s(x)$, multiplied by a weight function $w(x)$,
$$ \int (f*s)(x) \cdot w(x) \, dx $$
, when all functions are integrable,
is equal to the integral of the signal function $s(x)$ weighted by the cross-correlation $(f\star w)(x)$ of the filter function $f(x)$ with the weight function $w(x)$,
$$ \int (f\star w)(x) \cdot s(x) \, dx $$
Is that right?
If it is, what is the proof?
If it is not, is there something similar that let one merge the filter and the weight functions to create a new weight function?