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  • 10/21/2020
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Convolution

Intel IPP functions described in this section perform two-dimensional finite linear convolution operation between two source images and write the result into the destination image. Convolution is used to perform many common image processing operations including sharpening, blurring, noise reduction, embossing, and edge enhancement. For convenience, any digital image
f
is represented here as a matrix with
M
f
columns and
N
f
rows that contains pixel values
f
[
i,j
], 0
i
<
M
f
, 0
j
<
N
f
.

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