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06-29-2019
10:14 PM

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Separating 2D complex float matrix into N matrices

Hello,

I have a **2D complex **float matrix. It has m rows and n columns.

Each row looks like the following:

E1-1, E1-2, .... E1-12, E2-1, E2-2, ...., E2-12, ..... En-1,.., En-12

In this example, each "element" (out of n) is 12 complex float numbers.

I have to put each complex number (out of 12) in 2 different 2D matrices: One for real and the other for imaginary.

After this stage I will have 24 float 2D matrices.

Is there an IPP primitive I can use for this purpose ?

Thank you,

Zvika

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