### 17 releases

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0.10.0 | Oct 7, 2022 |

0.9.3 | Jun 16, 2021 |

0.9.2 | Jan 11, 2021 |

0.4.1 | Nov 20, 2016 |

#**1183** in Math

Used in basic_dsp

**MIT/Apache**

770KB

18K
SLoC

`basic_dsp`

`basic_dsp`

Digital signal processing based on real or complex vectors in time or frequency domain. Vectors come with basic arithmetic, convolution, Fourier transformation and interpolation operations.

## ⚠ no active maintenance ⚠

This lib was mostly developed and supported by a single person over years. This isn't sustainable anymore and I'm lacking the time and energy to continue doing this. Therefore I will only rarely respond to issues and won't develop further patches. Feel free to continue using the lib and please continue to open issues if you find something wrong. Possibly at some point one or more people will take over this project ☺️.

## Usage

Add this to your

:`Cargo.toml`

`[``dependencies``]`
`basic_dsp ``=` `"`*`"`

and this to your crate root:

`extern` `crate` basic_dsp`;`

See also advanced building options.

## Vector flavors

This crate brings vectors in different flavors.

- Single precision (

) or double precision (`f32`

) floating point numbers. This can be used to trade precision against performance. If in doubt then it's likely better to start with double precision floating numbers.`f64` - Vectors track the meta data about the domain (time/frequency) and number space (real/complex) inside the vector in Rust's type system and therefore prevent certain errors. There is also a vector type available which tracks meta data at runtime but if it's used then

needs to be checked for error handling too and therefore the advice to not use this type unless absolutely required.`self``.``len``(``)`

## Goal for version 1.0

- Wait for SIMD to stabilize in Rust and incorporate this solution
- Collect feedback regarding the API

## Long term goal

The long term vision for this lib is to allow GNU Octave/MATLAB scripts for DSP operations on large arrays/vectors to be relatively easily be rewritten in Rust. The Rust code should then perform much faster than the original code. At the same time a C interface should be available so that other programming languages can make use of this lib too. "Relatively easily be rewritten" implies that the API will not look like GNU Octave/MATLAB and that there is a learning curve involved from changing to this lib, however all necessary vector operations should be provided in some form and definitions should be close to GNU Octave/MATLAB. GNU Octave/MATLAB toolboxes are excluded from this goal since they are rather application specific and therefore should get an own Rust lib. There are already libs available for matrix operations so the aim for this lib will likely be to support matrix operations for matrices of large size and to integrated well the other libs. Thus not all matrix calulations will be implemented in this lib.

This is a very ambitious goal and it's likely that this lib will not make it there. Contributions are therefore highly appreciated.

## Design principals

The main design goals are:

- Prevent some typical errors by making use of the Rust type system, e.g. by preventing that an operation is called which isn't defined for a vector in real number space.
- Provide an interface to other programming languages which might be not as performant as Rust.
- Optimize for performance in terms of execution speed.
- Avoid memory allocations. This means that memory used in order to optimize the performance of certain operations will not be freed until the vector will be dropped/destroyed. It's therefore recommended to reuse vectors once created, but to drop/destroy them as soon as the input data into the DSP processing chain changes in size.

## Contributions

Welcome!

#### Dependencies

~3–5MB

~80K SLoC