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Topic: Integration of convolution of two scaled gaussian functions
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Integration of convolution of two scaled gaussian functions
Posted: Oct 3, 2011 4:53 AM
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GAUS(x/3)*GAUS(x/4) = integral(exp(-pi(alpha/3)^2)*exp(-pi((x-alpha)/4)^2),-oo,oo)

I have reduced to exp(-pi(x^2/16)*integral(exp(-pi(25*alpha^2/144)-(alpha)/8)),-oo,oo), but cannot see how to integrate.

Any help is appreciated.




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