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Forward Declarations. More...
#include <Convolver.h>
Public Member Functions  
Convolver ()  
When using the default constructor the psf MUST be specified using the setPsf function prior to doing any convolution. More...  
Convolver (const Array< FType > &psf, Bool cachePsf=False)  
Create the cached Transfer function assuming that circular convolution will be done. More...  
Convolver (const Array< FType > &psf, const IPosition &imageSize, Bool fullSize=False, Bool cachePsf=False)  
Create the cached Transfer function assuming that linear convolution with an array of size imageSize will be done. More...  
Convolver (const Convolver< FType > &other)  
The copy constructor and the assignment operator make copies (and not references) of all the internal data arrays, as this object could get really screwed up if the private data was silently messed with. More...  
Convolver< FType > &  operator= (const Convolver< FType > &other) 
~Convolver ()  
The destructor does nothing! More...  
void  linearConv (Array< FType > &result, const Array< FType > &model, Bool fullSize=False) 
Perform linear convolution of the model with the previously specified psf. More...  
void  circularConv (Array< FType > &result, const Array< FType > &model) 
Perform circular convolution of the model with the previously specified psf. More...  
void  setPsf (const Array< FType > &psf, Bool cachePsf=False) 
Set the transfer function for future convolutions to psf. More...  
void  setPsf (const Array< FType > &psf, IPosition imageShape, Bool fullSize=False, Bool cachePsf=False) 
Set the transfer function for future convolutions to psf. More...  
const Array< FType >  getPsf (Bool cachePsf=True) 
Get the psf currently used by this convolver. More...  
void  setFastConvolve () 
Set to use convolution with lesser flips. More...  
Private Member Functions  
void  makeXfr (const Array< FType > &psf, const IPosition &imageSize, Bool linear, Bool fullSize) 
void  makePsf (Array< FType > &psf) 
IPosition  defaultShape (const Array< FType > &psf) 
IPosition  extractShape (IPosition &psfSize, const IPosition &imageSize) 
void  doConvolution (Array< FType > &result, const Array< FType > &model, Bool fullSize) 
void  resizeXfr (const IPosition &imageShape, Bool linear, Bool fullSize) 
void  validate () 
Private Attributes  
IPosition  thePsfSize 
IPosition  theFFTSize 
Array< typename NumericTraits < FType >::ConjugateType >  theXfr 
Array< FType >  thePsf 
FFTServer< FType, typename NumericTraits< FType > ::ConjugateType >  theFFT 
FFTServer< FType, typename NumericTraits< FType > ::ConjugateType >  theIFFT 
Bool  valid 
Bool  doFast_p 
Forward Declarations.
A class for doing multidimensional convolution.
Public interface
The convolver class performs convolution!
This class will perform linear or circular convolution on arrays.
The dimension of the convolution done is determined by the dimension of the point spread function (psf), so for example, if the psf is a Vector, one dimensional convolution will be done. The dimension of the model that is to be convolved must be at least the same as the point spread function, but it can be larger. If it is then the convolution will be repeated for each row or plane of the model.
Tip: This class strips all degenerate axes when determining the dimensionality of the psf or model; So a psf with shapes of [1,1,16] or [16,1,1] is treated the same as a Vector of length 16, and will result in one dimensional convolutions along the first nondegenerate axis of the supplied model;
Repeated convolution can only be done along the fastest moving axes of the supplied image. For example, if a one dimensional psf is used (so that one dimensional convolution is being done), and a cube of data is supplied then the convolution will be repeated for each row in the cube. It is not currently possible to have this class do repeated one dimensional convolution along all the columns or along the z axis. To do this you need to use an iterator external to the class to successively feed in the appropriate slices of your Array.
The difference between linear and circular convolution can best be explained with a one dimensional example. Suppose the psf and data to be convolved are:
then their linear and circular convolutions are:
The circular convolution "wraps around" whereas the linear one does not. Usage of the fullSize option is explained below. As can be seen from the above example this class does not normalise the convolved result by any factor that depends on the psf, so if the "beam area" is not unity the flux scales will vary.
The "centre" of the convolution is at the point (NX/2, NY/2) (assuming a 2 dimensional psf) where the first point in the psf is at (0,0) and the last is at (NX1, NY1). This means that a psf that is all zero except for 1 at the "centre" pixel will when convolved with any model leave the model unchanged.
The convolution is done in the Fourier domain and the transform of the psf (the transfer function) is cached by this class. If the cached transfer function is the wrong size for a given model it will be automatically be recomputed to the right size (this will involve two FFT's)
Each convolution requires two Fourier transforms which dominate the computational load. Hence the computational expense is n Log(n) for 1 dimensional and n^2 Log(n) for 2 dimensional convolutions.
The size of the convolved result is always the same as the input model unless linear convolution is done with the fullSize option set to True. In this case the result will be larger than the model and include the full linear convolution (resultSize = psfSize+modelSize1), rather than the central portion.
If the convolver is constructed with an expected model size (as in the example below) then the cached transfer function will be computed to a size appropriate for linear convolution of models of that size. If no model size is given then the cached transfer function will be computed with a size appropriate for circular convolution. These guidelines also apply when using the setPsf functions.
Tip: If you are intending to do 'fullsize' linear convolutions you should also set the fullsize option to True as the cached transfer function is a different size for fullsize linear convolutions;
For linear convolution the psf can be larger, the same size or smaller than the model but for circular convolution the psf must be smaller or the same size.
The size of the cached transfer function (and also the length of the FFT's calculated) depends on the sizes of the psf and the model, as well as whether you are doing linear or circular convolution and the fullSize option. It is always advantageous to use the smallest possible psf (ie. do not pad the psf prior to supplying it to this class). Be aware that using odd length images will lead to this class doing odd length FFT's, which are less computationally effecient (particularly is the length of the transform is a prime number) in general than even length transforms.
There are only two valid template types namely,
and the user may prefer to use the following typedef's:
rather than explicitly specifying the template arguements.
Tip: The typedefs need to be redeclared when using the gnu compiler making them essentially useless;
When this class is constructed you may choose to have the psf explicitly stored by the class (by setting cachePsf=True). This will allow speedy access to the psf when using the getPsf function. However the getPsf function can still be called even if the psf has not been cached. Then the psf will be computed by FFT'ing the transfer function, and the psf will also then be cached (unless cachePsf=Flase). Cacheing the psf is also a good idea if you will be switching between different sized transfer functions (eg. mixing linear and circular convolution) as it will save one of the two FFT's. Note that even though the psf is returned as a const Array, it is possible to inadvertently modify it using the array copy constructor as this uses reference symantics. Modifying the psf is NOT recommended. eg.
Calculate the convolution of two Matrices (psf and model);
I needed to do linear convolution to write a clean algorithm. It blossomed into this class.
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When using the default constructor the psf MUST be specified using the setPsf function prior to doing any convolution.
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casacore::Convolver< FType >::Convolver  (  const Array< FType > &  psf, 
Bool  cachePsf = False 

) 
Create the cached Transfer function assuming that circular convolution will be done.
casacore::Convolver< FType >::Convolver  (  const Array< FType > &  psf, 
const IPosition &  imageSize,  
Bool  fullSize = False , 

Bool  cachePsf = False 

) 
Create the cached Transfer function assuming that linear convolution with an array of size imageSize will be done.
casacore::Convolver< FType >::Convolver  (  const Convolver< FType > &  other  ) 
The copy constructor and the assignment operator make copies (and not references) of all the internal data arrays, as this object could get really screwed up if the private data was silently messed with.
casacore::Convolver< FType >::~Convolver  (  ) 
The destructor does nothing!
void casacore::Convolver< FType >::circularConv  (  Array< FType > &  result, 
const Array< FType > &  model  
) 
Perform circular convolution of the model with the previously specified psf.
Return the answer in result.

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const Array<FType> casacore::Convolver< FType >::getPsf  (  Bool  cachePsf = True  ) 
Get the psf currently used by this convolver.
void casacore::Convolver< FType >::linearConv  (  Array< FType > &  result, 
const Array< FType > &  model,  
Bool  fullSize = False 

) 
Perform linear convolution of the model with the previously specified psf.
Return the answer in result. Set fullSize to True if you want the full convolution, rather than the central portion (the same size as the model) returned.

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Convolver<FType>& casacore::Convolver< FType >::operator=  (  const Convolver< FType > &  other  ) 

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void casacore::Convolver< FType >::setFastConvolve  (  ) 
Set to use convolution with lesser flips.
void casacore::Convolver< FType >::setPsf  (  const Array< FType > &  psf, 
Bool  cachePsf = False 

) 
Set the transfer function for future convolutions to psf.
Assume circular convolution will be done
void casacore::Convolver< FType >::setPsf  (  const Array< FType > &  psf, 
IPosition  imageShape,  
Bool  fullSize = False , 

Bool  cachePsf = False 

) 
Set the transfer function for future convolutions to psf.
Assume linear convolution with a model of size imageSize

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