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  • 10/21/2020
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Conversion Functions

The functions described in this section perform the following conversion operations for vectors:
  • Sorting all elements of a vector
  • Data type conversion (including floating-point to integer and integer to floating-point)
  • Joining several vectors
  • Extracting components from a complex vector and constructing a complex vector
  • Computing the complex conjugates of vectors
  • Cartesian to polar and polar to Cartesian coordinate conversion.
This section also describes the Intel IPP functions that extract real and imaginary components from a complex vector or construct a complex vector using its real and imaginary components. The functions
return the real and imaginary parts of a complex vector in a separate vector, respectively. The function
constructs a complex vector from real and imaginary components stored in two respective vectors. The function
returns the real and imaginary parts of a complex vector in two respective vectors. The function
computes the magnitude of a complex vector elements.

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