Nicolas.Brisset at eurocopter.com
Wed Nov 2 16:36:43 CET 2005
> The one we use is the same speed as fftw, but is *much*
> easier to install and use. As a consequence, we have never
> had problems with people unable to install fftw first (for
> some, installing fftw is a bit of an adventure...).
> As I said, as far as I know, the only downside is the
> restriction to 2^N ffts.
Well, 'sounds good :-) I was looking at their benchmark with fftw 3.0 vs
other known libraries, and it seems it got even faster. That being said,
I second the idea that we should avoid creating installation hassles
when we don't need to...
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