Fast fourier transform on transputers
Authors: Khan, Aman, Stephens, Nelson
The fast evaluation of the Discrete Fourier Transform on a system with a large number of transputers is considered. The implementation uses a configuration of the transputers which leads to a very high performance. The design and implementation incorporate several new features. Tables of this performance, in terms of actual times and speed-up as the number of data points and transputers vary, are presented. Implementation aspects of the radix-2 and higher radix DFT in one and two dimensions are considered. The timings are compared with those for other computers and found to be favourable.
Proceedings of WoTUG-14: Occam and the Transputer-Current Developments, Janet Edwards, 1991, pp 76 - 84 published by IOS Press, Amsterdam
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