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June 10th, 2014, 05:42 AM   #1
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Parametric convolution

Hello,

I want to compute a parametric convolution of a number of functions using Matlab or Mathematica or any other useful software for this aim. I will be so pleased if you kindly let me know how to do that.
Note that I tried to define convolution based on the integral forms, but the answer of this convolution is a very complicated function. So I am looking forward to learning any new method for this purpose.
The function which I want to convolve with itself is as follows:

(2^(k *z) *c* exp(-z)* k* N1 (1 - (-1 + 2^(k* z)) *c* (1 + N1)) Log[2])

The only variable in this function is "z" and the other parameters are constant.

Thanks in advance.

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