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|Title: ||Generalized approach for the realization of discrete cosine transform using cyclic convolutions|
|Authors: ||Chan, Yuk-hee|
|Issue Date: ||1993 |
|Citation: ||ICASSP-93 : 1993 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing : April 27-30, 1993, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, p. III277-III280.|
|Abstract: ||A general solution is proposed to realize the discrete cosine transform of any length via cyclic convolutions in this paper. This algorithm is not optimal in minimizing any measure of computational complexity, but it involves some regular forms that are most suitable for the realization using technologies and structures which are well suited for doing convolutions, such as the distributed arithmetic and the systolic array. On the other hand, this algorithm is much more flexible than any available DCT algorithm as it can be applied to realize DCT/IDCT with any length.|
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|Type: ||Conference Paper|
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