Abstract

Three methods have been described for computing the two-dimensional, discrete Hartley transform. Two of these employ a separable transform; the third method, the vector-radix algorithm, does not require separability. In-place computation of the vector-radix method is described. Operation counts and execution times indicate that the vector-radix method is fastest.

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