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Relating FFTW and Split-Radix

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Relating FFTW and Split-Radix
Recent work showed that staging and abstract interpretation can be used to derive correct families of combinatorial circuits, and illustrated this technique with an in-depth analysis of the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) for sizes 2n . While the quality of the generated code was promising, it used more floatingpoint operations than the well-known FFTW codelets and split-radix algorithm. er shows that staging and abstract interpretation can in fact be used to produce circuits with the same number of floating-point operations as each of split-radix and FFTW. In addition, choosing between two standard implementations of complex multiplication produces results that match each of the two algorithms. Thus, we provide a constructive method for deriving the two distinct algorithms.
Oleg Kiselyov, Walid Taha
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where ICESS
Authors Oleg Kiselyov, Walid Taha
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