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Algorithms for long fast Fourier transforms on a Connection Machine

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4 Author(s)
Norris, J.P. ; Naval Res. Lab., Washington, DC, USA ; Hertz, P. ; Wood, K.S. ; Anderson, P.

Several fast algorithms are developed for very long one- and two-dimensional fast Fourier transforms (FFTs) on the Connection Machine CM-2. These codes maximally exploit the parallelism afforded by single-instruction multiple-data (SIMD) machines like the CM-2. Explicit advantage is taken of the CM-2 hardware (32-b FPA, 8-kb memory per processor, programmable hypercube connectivity) and software (Paris machine level language) to simulate the butterfly connectivity required for the FFT computation. A central processor unit (CPU) benchmark of 4.6 s for a complex 221-point FFT is established, and an execution time of about 9.5 s is predicted for 222-point FFTs on a 16 K-processor CM-2. Longer FFTs, with lengths of at least 224 points, are possible on a full 64 K processor CM with no increase in CPU time. Also described are algorithms for use on Connection Machines for achieving coherence recovery of frequency-broadened signals

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Frontiers of Massively Parallel Computation, 1988. Proceedings., 2nd Symposium on the Frontiers of

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10-12 Oct 1988

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