`#include <errno.h>`

`#include <stdio.h>`

`#include <sstream>`

`#include <string>`

`#include "fftw3.h"`

`#include "msg_stream.h"`

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## Namespaces | |

namespace | FFT |

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This file contain code made by Sylvain Paris under supervision of François Sillion for his PhD work with ARTIS project. ARTIS is a research project in the GRAVIR/IMAG laboratory, a joint unit of CNRS, INPG, INRIA and UJF.

FFT::Support is the base class that performs the FFT transforms. A FFT::Support object has to be created for each domain size. For instance, to handle images 500x500 and 32x128, one has to create a FFT::Support(500,500) and FFT::Support(32,128).

A buffer object is provided to effciently manipulate the temporary variable. For instance, if one has to use several times the Fourier transform of an image, it is more efficient to apply the FFT once and then to use a buffer to store the result in a buffer than to compute the FFT each time. Most of the functions accept either a non-transformed function or a FFT buffer as input parameters.

The array class is assumed to provide the following functions: x_size(), y_size(), resize(unsigned int, unsigned int).

Here is a code example for the convolution f*g=h :

// Initialization FFT::Support::set_wisdom_file("wisdom.fftw"); FFT::Support support(f.x_size(),f.y_size()); // ################ // ### FFT of f ### // ################ // We need a temporary buffer. FFT::Support::buffer_type buffer = support.create_buffer(); // Store f data in the fftw structures. support.load_space_data(f); // Compute the FFT. support.space_to_frequency(); // Copy the result in a safe place. support.save_frequency_data_into_buffer(buffer); // ################ // ### FFT of g ### // ################ // Store g data in the fftw structures. support.load_space_data(g); // Compute the FFT. support.space_to_frequency(); // Multiplication "in place" in the frequency space. support.multiply_frequency_data_by_buffer(buffer,true); // ################### // ### Inverse FFT ### // ################### // Compute inverse FFT transform. support.frequency_to_space(); // Return data into the original structures support.save_space_data(h); // Free the buffer memory. support.destroy_buffer(buffer);

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