arb-fft: Pure Haskell arbitrary length FFT library

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Dependencies arb‑fft, base (>=4.6 && <5), containers (>= && <0.6), criterion (==1.1.*), directory (>= && <1.3), filepath (>= && <1.5), primitive (>= && <0.7), transformers (>= && <0.5), vector (>= && <0.12) [details]
License BSD-3-Clause
Copyright Copyright (2013) Ian Ross
Author Ian Ross
Category Math
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Uploaded by IanRoss at Sun Apr 24 20:25:12 UTC 2016
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This library provides a pure Haskell complex-to-complex Fast Fourier Transform implementation for arbitrary length input vectors, using a mixed-radix decimation-in-time algorithm with specialised straight-line code for a range of base transform sizes, Rader's algorithm for prime length base transforms, and an empirical optimisation scheme to select a good problem decomposition.

This package is probably primarily of pedagogical interest (FFTW is about five times faster for most input sizes). There is a long series of blog articles describing the development of the package, indexed at

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Pure Haskell arbitrary length FFT library