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International Journal of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Vol.1, No.1, Aug. 2016, Pub. Date: Jun. 28, 2016
Synthesis of Efficient Algorithms of DST for Types I, IV via Cyclic Convolutions
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[01] Ihor Prots’ko, Department of Civil Security, Lviv State University of Life Safety, Lviv, Ukraine.
The method of synthesis the efficient algorithms for types I, IV of discrete sine transform (DST) the sequences of arbitrary number of points via cyclic convolutions is considered. The hashing arrays with the simplified arguments of the basis function of sine for synthesis for the efficient algorithm of the arbitrary-number transform lengths is analyzed. The hashing arrays in the process of synthesis algorithm define partitioning of the basis into cyclic submatrices. The examples of the synthesis of the algorithms for I, IV types of DST using proposed method are considered. The hashing arrays, used in the algorithms for the synthesis technique, are more versatile and generally better in terms of indexing mapping in comparison with the existing algorithms.
Discrete Sine Transform, Types of DST, Fast Algorithm, Hashing Array, Synthesis, Cyclic Convolution
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