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R − 1 the index of the row, C the length of each row (or, equivalently the total number columns) 3. Apply a FFT on each column (of the transposed matrix). 21) where sx dx sy := x(0/2) + x(1/2) := x(0/2) − x(1/2) := y (0/2) + y (1/2) dy := y (0/2) − y (1/2) For the acyclic (or linear) convolution of sequences one can use the cyclic convolution of the zero padded sequences zx := {x0 , x1 , . . , nn−1 , 0, 0, . . e. x with n zeros appended). 23) CHAPTER 2. ω) B {ω} B is the cc. of C {ω2 } C and therefore every B {} B-term is the cc.

G. L is a power of 2). Second remember that the FT is the special case z = e±2 π i/n of the ZT: With the chirp ZT algorithm one also has an (arbitrary length) FFT algorithm The transform takes a few times more than an optimal transform (by direct FFT) would take. The worst case (if only FFTs for n a power of 2 are available) is n = 2p + 1: One must perform 3 FFTs of length 2p+2 ≈ 4 n for the computation of the convolution. So the total work amounts to about 12 times the work a FFT of length n = 2p would cost.

The forward transform. 15) [a] Wv [b]] (cf. 7). 17) CHAPTER 2. CONVOLUTIONS 49 Final division of this element (by V τ ) gives h(0) + V n h(1) as stated. 18) This gives a nice possibility to directly use complex FFTs for the computation of a linear (acyclic) convolution of two real sequences: for length-n sequences the elements of the linear convolution with indices 0, 1, . . , n − 1 are then found in the real part of the result, the elements n, n + 1, . . , 2 n − 1 are the imaginary part. 19) Cyclic, negacyclic and right-angle convolution can be understood as a polynomial product modulo z n − 1, z n + 1 and z n ± i, respectively (cf.