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Data Types

The
datatype
element indicates data types used by the function, in the following format:
<bit depth>
<bit interpretation>
,
where
bit depth = <1|8|16|32|64>
and
bit interpretation
<
u
|
s
|
f
>[
c
]
Here
u
indicates “unsigned integer”,
s
indicates “signed integer”,
f
indicates “floating point”, and
c
indicates “complex”.
For functions that operate on a single data type, the
datatype
element contains only one value.
If a function operates on source and destination signals that have different data types, the respective data type identifiers are listed in the function name in order of source and destination as follows:
<
datatype
> = <
src1Datatype
>[
src2Datatype
][
dstDatatype
]
For more information about supported data types see the
Intel® IPP Reference Manual
available in the Intel® Software Documentation Library.

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