Convolution is a mathematical process for modifying a signal or image by applying a so-called kernal which is really just a set of weights. Each pixel in the output image is computed by taking the weighted average of the neighboring pixels in the input image. By using different kernals, convolution can be used to perform many different operations such as blurring, sharpening, and edge detection.
Technical Term: Convolution
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