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  • 07/15/2020
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One-dimensional Real-to-half-complex/Half-complex-to-real FFTs

Half-complex representation of a conjugate-even symmetric vector of size
N
in a real array of the same size
N
consists of
N
/2+1 real parts of the elements of the vector followed by non-zero imaginary parts in the reverse order. Because the
Intel® MKL
FFT interface does not currently support this representation, all wrappers of this kind are empty and do nothing.
Nevertheless, you can perform one-dimensional real-to-complex and complex-to-real transforms using
rfftwnd
functions with
rank
=1.

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