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Simple matrix-theory proof of the discrete dyadic convolution theorem

Simple matrix-theory proof of the discrete dyadic convolution theorem

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A matrix-theory proof of the (periodic) discrete dyadic convolution theorem based on the determination of the eigen-values and eigenvectors of the dyadic convolution matrix is given. The eigenvalues are shown to be equal to the discrete Walsh transform of the dyadic convolution system's impulse response, and the matrix of the eigenvectors corresponds to the discrete Walsh-transform matrix.

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