By Shmuel Winograd

ISBN-10: 0898711630

ISBN-13: 9780898711639

Specializes in discovering the minimal variety of mathematics operations had to practice the computation and on discovering a greater set of rules while development is feasible. the writer concentrates on that classification of difficulties fascinated by computing a process of bilinear kinds.

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Two additions per output. We will therefore say that this algorithm uses (2M; 2A) per output. A 2-tap filter is not very common in practice. We can obtain an algorithm for n-tap filters with larger n by iterating the algorithm for F(2, 2). Of course, we could have iterated the algorithm for convolution as explained in IVc, but it is more convenient to count the number of additions if we iterate the algorithm of F(2, 2) directly. We illustrate this iteration by deriving an algorithm for F(4, 4).

Algorithms for convolution will play a central role in the construction of algorithms for other applications. It is important, therefore, to obtain algorithms in which the constants are small integers. In the next subsection we will show that every algorithm for computing the convolution of two vectors of even moderate size necessarily needs large constants. In the following subsection we will consider some heuristic methods for obtaining algorithms which do not use the minimum number of m/d steps, but have only small constants.

48 CHAPTER V The second part of the algorithm is performing the 12 m/d steps. These are: This part uses 12 multiplications. The third part of the algorithm computes: m'\= mi + ms + mg, m'2 = W2 + W6 +WIG, m's = m3 + m7 + mii, and m'4 = m4 + m8 + mi2. This requires 2 x 4 = 8 additions. The final part of the algorithm computes and uses four additions. Example 2. In this example we will discuss a 32-tap filter with a 2:1 decimation. More specifically we will derive an algorithm for F(24, 32; 2) = 2F(24, 16).

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