"Atmapuri" <janez.makovsek@usa.net> wrote in message news:<PET9d.4029$F6.1102482@news.siol.net>...

> Hi!
>
> Thanks. Would you have any references to why
> you have to XX=fft(X,1,2*L);
> double length of FFT with zero padding?

The key word is "circular convolution".
Rune

Reply by Atmapuri●October 9, 20042004-10-09

Hi!
Thanks. Would you have any references to why
you have to XX=fft(X,1,2*L);
double length of FFT with zero padding?
Thanks!
Atmapuri
"Rune Allnor" <allnor@tele.ntnu.no> wrote in message
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> "Atmapuri" <janez.makovsek@usa.net> wrote in message

news:<KTb9d.3912$F6.1073538@news.siol.net>...

> > Hi!
> >
> > I would like to speed up a cross correlation
> > application which looks like this:
> >
> > x has to be cross-correlated with "n" different
> > length y's.
> >
> > I would like to precompute the FFT of the x
> > before making the convolution with all the y's.
> > Thats why I dont want to use the classic
> > convolution and cross correlation functions
> > available in Matlab. (nor the filtering functions).
> >
> > Any suggestions?
>
> You are using matlab, right? Try this (I haven't tested it, so no
> guarantees about the details):
>
> Y= [y1,y2,y3,...,yn]; % All the ys are stored as colomns in a matrix.
> % If the ys are of different length, append zeros.
>
> M=length(Y(:,1)); % Length of columns in matrix Y
>
> N= length(x); % Length of data, which is stored as column vector
>
> L= max(M,N);
>
> % MAke data matrix from x vector
> X=x*ones(1,length(Y(1,:)));
>
> % Compute DFT of columns of X and Y. Zero-pad the shorter sequence
> % to match the length of the longer one, and correct for wrap-around
> % effects. The details can be a bit more elegant...
>
> XX=fft(X,1,2*L);
> YY=fft(Y,1,2*L);
>
> SXY= XX.*conj(YY);
> rsy=fftshift(real(ifft(SXY,1)));
>
> The one thing that remains is to find the correct time axes.
>
> Rune

Reply by Rune Allnor●October 8, 20042004-10-08

"Atmapuri" <janez.makovsek@usa.net> wrote in message news:<KTb9d.3912$F6.1073538@news.siol.net>...

> Hi!
>
> I would like to speed up a cross correlation
> application which looks like this:
>
> x has to be cross-correlated with "n" different
> length y's.
>
> I would like to precompute the FFT of the x
> before making the convolution with all the y's.
> Thats why I dont want to use the classic
> convolution and cross correlation functions
> available in Matlab. (nor the filtering functions).
>
> Any suggestions?

You are using matlab, right? Try this (I haven't tested it, so no
guarantees about the details):
Y= [y1,y2,y3,...,yn]; % All the ys are stored as colomns in a matrix.
% If the ys are of different length, append zeros.
M=length(Y(:,1)); % Length of columns in matrix Y
N= length(x); % Length of data, which is stored as column vector
L= max(M,N);
% MAke data matrix from x vector
X=x*ones(1,length(Y(1,:)));
% Compute DFT of columns of X and Y. Zero-pad the shorter sequence
% to match the length of the longer one, and correct for wrap-around
% effects. The details can be a bit more elegant...
XX=fft(X,1,2*L);
YY=fft(Y,1,2*L);
SXY= XX.*conj(YY);
rsy=fftshift(real(ifft(SXY,1)));
The one thing that remains is to find the correct time axes.
Rune

Reply by Atmapuri●October 7, 20042004-10-07

Hi!
I would like to speed up a cross correlation
application which looks like this:
x has to be cross-correlated with "n" different
length y's.
I would like to precompute the FFT of the x
before making the convolution with all the y's.
Thats why I dont want to use the classic
convolution and cross correlation functions
available in Matlab. (nor the filtering functions).
Any suggestions?
Thanks!
Atmapuri