ECE 595E Lecture 13: Programming with FFTW

By Peter Bermel

Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

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EE 226, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

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ECE 595E Lecture 13: Programming with FFTW
  • Lecture 13: Programming with FFTW 1. Lecture 13: Programming with F… 0
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  • Outline 2. Outline 59.993326659993329
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  • Recap from Wednesday 3. Recap from Wednesday 74.607941274607938
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  • Rationale for FFTW 4. Rationale for FFTW 130.99766433099768
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  • Planning in FFTW 5. Planning in FFTW 283.616950283617
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  • Planning in FFTW 6. Planning in FFTW 440.20687354020691
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  • Planning in FFTW 7. Planning in FFTW 695.46212879546215
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  • 1D Real DFT's 8. 1D Real DFT's 910.04337671004339
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  • Multidimensional Real DFTs 9. Multidimensional Real DFTs 986.41975308641975
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  • Multidimensional Complex DFT's 10. Multidimensional Complex DFT's 1074.3076409743078
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  • Learning from Your Experience 11. Learning from Your Experience 1112.9796463129796
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  • Example: Beam Propagation 12. Example: Beam Propagation 1474.140807474141
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  • Example: Beam Propagation 13. Example: Beam Propagation 2258.5251918585254
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  • Example: Beam Propagation 14. Example: Beam Propagation 2489.6896896896897
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  • Example: Beam Propagation 15. Example: Beam Propagation 2713.17984651318
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  • Next Class 16. Next Class 3068.768768768769
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