Convolve meaning

kən-vŏlv'
To roll together; coil up.
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To form convolutions.
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To roll, coil, or twist together.
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(mathematics) To form the convolution of something with something else.
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(computing) To compute the convolution function.
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Origin of convolve

  • Latin convolvere com- com- volvere to roll wel-2 in Indo-European roots
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From Latin convolvere, present active infinitive of convolvō (“roll together”), from con (“together”) + volvō (“roll”); see voluble, volute, and compare involve, evolve, revolve.
    From Wiktionary