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Topic: FFT routines?
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James Holden

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FFT routines?
Posted: Jul 7, 1996 1:04 PM
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Hello all!

I'm trying to produce some code to do a FFT on realtime audio data,
with me final goal being soemthing along the lines of speech
recognition. I've found several source code examples, in x86 asm, c++,
fortran and pascal, but they are all completely uncommented (eg: this
does the fourier thing, ignore it, it's difficult) I'd like to write
my own routines, but I have no clue as to the basis behind the
process. I'm okay with most aspects of calculus, so a brief outline
would be much appreciated. :)

Thanks in advance, james






Date Subject Author
7/7/96
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James Holden
7/9/96
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