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|Title: ||Mixed-radix discrete cosine transform|
|Authors: ||Chan, Yuk-hee|
|Issue Date: ||Nov-1993 |
|Citation: ||IEEE transactions on signal processing, Nov. 1993, v. 41, no. 11, p. 3157-3161.|
|Abstract: ||This note presents two new fast discrete cosine transform computation algorithm: a radix-3 and a radix-6 algorithm. These two new algorithms are superior to the conventional radix-2 algorithm as they i) require less computational complexity in terms of the number of multiplications per point, ii) provide a wider choice of the sequence length for which the DCT can be realized and, iii) support the prime factor-decomposed computation algorithm to realize the 2[sup m]3ⁿ-point DCT. Furthermore, a mixed-radix algorithm is also proposed such that an optimal performance can be achieved by applying the proposed radix-3 and radix-6 and the well-developed radix-2 decomposition techniques in a proper sequence.|
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