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Some Notes on the Walsh Functions and Its Applications

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This paper describes the dyadic convolutional theorem and proof of the Walsh function. The first section of the paper details how to make the tree of a Walsh variable. The second section describes how to make the tree of a Walsh function. The third section uses the above two trees in order to provide the lemma for the theorem. The fourth section discusses the application of digital signal processing for audio sounds.

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