Efficient version of matlab's deconv in python

Is there an efficient implementation of matlab's deconv in python?

# Convolve
z=conv(x, y) 
# Deconvolve
y0=deconv(z, x)
# Hope y~=y0

(surprisingly, googling this bring no intresting results)


Scipy and Numpy are pretty efficient for numerical calculations. Specifically, you can use convolve and deconvolve

For an even faster implementation of convolve, also check out fftconvolve

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