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All right, there are few issues to tackle here. The ISR was calculated from a deconvolution of the Insulin concentration then running a convolution on ISR should give the Insulin concentration, correct? Maybe. Deconvolution is an ill defined problem. Typically it only works if both system and the data are reasonably well behaved and even then there is ...


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Actually I have a similar problem like yours. But in mine, the objective function is not like rectangular pulse but just spikes as shown below. I work in ultrasoinc testing field. So, this example is kind of like an ultrasoinc signal. But, first I tried with the code from Royi using the ADMM solver from the: answer. For me, I find his solution was painfully ...


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As you corrupt with Poisson noise, perhaps Richardson Lucy is relevant to you? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richardson–Lucy_deconvolution


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