convolution in fourier = multiplication in time deconvolution in fourier = division in time r(t) = m(t)./w(t) Why didnt you try this?

Reply by ●March 9, 20062006-03-09

convolution in fourier = multiplication in time deconvolution in fourier = division in time r(t) = m(t)./w(t) Why didnt you try this?

Reply by ●March 8, 20062006-03-08

hi ppl, I am doing my final year btech project and am stuck at the below... i have two matrices and i want to find the third one.All are of the same dimesntions. M(f) = R(f) * W(f) The product is the convolution. i know M(f) and W(f) I want to find R(f) I basically want to perform deconvolution of M(f) and W(f) to obtain R(f).. Can anybody please let me know how do you do this?