Re: How the GaussianMatrix is calculated in Mathematica?
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according to the help,
With the default option setting Method->"Bessel", GaussianMatrix[r] has elements proportional to Exp[-\[Sigma]^2] BesselI[x,\[Sigma]^2], yielding a kernel with optimal discrete convolution properties.
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