[SciPy-User] EPD and fast FFT?

Jochen Schroeder cycomanic@gmail....
Mon Mar 22 06:59:44 CDT 2010

I've written an fftw3 wrapper using ctypes (not cython). In contrast to the
numpy and scipy fft functions it uses plans like the fftw3 c-api. However I've
tried to make it more usable from Python, i.e. types are detected automatically
etc.. You can find the fftw3 wrapper at http://launchpad.net/pyfftw.


On 03/22/10 10:02, Dag Sverre Seljebotn wrote:
> Joseph Anderson wrote:
> > Hello All,
> >
> > Anyone have any hints on speeding up the FFTs on EPD?
> >
> > I've just started to do some larger 1-d convolutions, and am finding the crunching to be somewhat slow for my data sets (Room Impulse Responses * Audio Files).
> >
> > I don't seem to think the EPD installation comes set up with FFTW... and, my first thought is that's what's needed to speed things up.
> >
> > Any advice?
> >   
> The latest EPD comes with Intel MKL; so that's likely what you want to 
> use. It uses the FFTW 3 API, so any code you write would be usable with 
> either MKL (costs money) or FFTW (GPL).
> Personally I'd use Cython to start wrap the FFTW 3 API... at least if 
> you know some C that shouldn't take long.
> Dag Sverre
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