The inversion of a convolution equation; does not normally have unique solution(noun)
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Use "deconvolution" in a sentence
"After the device has made on the order of 8,000 measurements, the researchers have to do their own flip, this a mathematical one called deconvolution, to process the data and fit it into a three-dimensional shape."
"There are several which will yield basic info such as radius, some measure of limb darkening, and some measure of gross shape – speckle interferometry, intensity interferometry, deconvolution of eclipse light curves (in eclipsing binaries), stellar occultations (by the lunar limb), more?"
"On p 4066 you will find fig 12 c-d deconvolution for the size distributions of magnetites from ALH84001 and terrestrial MV-1 magnetotactic bacteria."