FFTW_Ada - An Ada 95 binding to the FFTW library

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FFTW_Ada is an Ada 95 binding to the FFTW library written at MIT by Matteo Frigo and Steven G. Johnson. FFTW is a library for computing the Fast Fourier transform, which is both fast, and copes with arbitrary sizes of array, in multiple dimensions. FFTW is written in C and the purpose of FFTW_Ada is to allow calls to FFTW from an Ada 95 program.

Copyright information

FFTW_Ada is free software released as source code under the GNU General Public License. It is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY.

Prerequisites

FFTW_Ada is of no use whatever without FFTW, since it is merely an Ada 95 interface to the C code of FFTW. FFTW is obtainable from http://www.fftw.org/

Download

Two versions of FFTW_Ada exist, corresponding to the two latest major versions of FFTW. You must match the version of FFTW_Ada with the correct version of FFTW. Version 2 is a new version of FFTW_Ada (released as 2.0 alpha June 2004) developed to work with FFTW version 3. Updates to version 2 are available at Sourceforge, not here. Version 1.2 (released July 2002) was developed to work with FFTW version 2.1.x. Updates to this version are available at Sourceforge, not here.

FFTW_Ada is distributed as a single zip file. See the FFTW_Ada user manual for details of this format and where to obtain tools to handle it for almost all modern operating systems. The user manual is included in the zip file, but is also available for download separately.

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Version 2Filename
Distribution file (includes manual)fftwa_2-0a1.zip
User and Reference Manual pdf iconfftwa_manual_2-0a1.pdf

Version 1.2 Filename
User and Reference Manual pdf iconfftwa_manual_1-2.pdf
Distribution file (includes manual)fftwa_1-2.zip
Distribution file (includes manual)fftwa_1-2.tar.gz


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Last updated 16 May 2009 (Package moved to Sourceforge)
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