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On linux you have the libfft. I never use it but i know it exist.

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A 2D FFT (Fast Fourier Transform) in c is a mathematical algorithm used to quickly calculate the discrete Fourier transform of a two-dimensional signal or image. It is often used in signal processing and image processing applications.

A good 2D FFT in c is important because it allows for efficient and accurate analysis of two-dimensional signals or images. This can be useful in various fields such as image and signal processing, data compression, and pattern recognition.

A 2D FFT in c differs from a 1D FFT in that it operates on two-dimensional data instead of one-dimensional data. This means that it takes into account both the amplitude and phase information of the signal, resulting in a more comprehensive analysis.

Yes, there are various 2D FFT algorithms in c that differ in terms of computational complexity and speed. Some common ones include the Cooley-Tukey algorithm, the Chirp-Z algorithm, and the Prime Factor algorithm.

You can find a good 2D FFT implementation in c by searching for libraries or packages that provide this functionality. Some popular options include the FFTW library, the cuFFT library (for GPU-accelerated computing), and the Intel Math Kernel Library. It is also possible to find open-source implementations on platforms such as GitHub.

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