Innovative Solution Of The Time Domain Deconvolution Problem
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Innovative Solution Of The Time Domain Deconvolution Problem

Signal measurement is an extremely important aspect of scientific research. However, many quantities of interest are not directly measurable using instruments with which we are familiar. Instead, we often must measure a reaction to the desired quantity and infer the original signal using such a measurement. Examples include the reconstruction of force using strain measurement or heat transfer using temperature measurement. In the simplest case of static equilibrium, the desired measurement (e.g. force or heat transfer) is simply a scale...

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