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Bouchan__Thomas
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Double precision wavelet transform

Hi, 

I'd like to know if it was possible to use the wavelet transform in double precision (64bits).

Thanks

Thomas

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Alice_H_Intel
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Hello,

Thanks for your question. Wavelet transform function support 16s, 32f and 64. You can refer this document for more detail information. 

https://software.intel.com/sites/default/files/ipps_0.pdf ;

Thanks,

Alice

Bouchan__Thomas
Beginner
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Hello, 

Sorry my question was not very precise, I was talking about a 2D wavelet transform, for images. 

In the documentation it is only mentioned 32bits but I wonder what would happen if my inputs are of double precision.

Thanks

Thomas

Alice_H_Intel
Employee
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Hello Thomas,

Right. for 2D wavelet transform, it only supports 32f so far. I will file it as feature request for future review.  

Thanks,

Alice

Bouchan__Thomas
Beginner
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Thanks! That would be really useful indeed.

Gennady_F_Intel
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