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/******************* Library for basic calculation routines ******************** | |

Author(s): Manuel Jander | |

Description: LPC related functions | |

*******************************************************************************/ | |

#ifndef FDK_LPC_H | |

#define FDK_LPC_H | |

#include "common_fix.h" | |

#define LPC_MAX_ORDER 24 | |

/* | |

* Experimental solution for lattice filter substitution. | |

* LPC_SYNTHESIS_IIR macro must be activated in aacdec_tns.cpp. | |

* When LPC_SYNTHESIS_IIR enabled, there will be a substitution of the default | |

* lpc synthesis lattice filter by an IIR synthesis filter (with a conversionof | |

* the filter coefs). LPC_TNS related macros are intended to implement the data | |

* types used by the CLpc_Synthesis variant which is used for this solution. | |

* */ | |

/* #define LPC_TNS_LOWER_PRECISION */ | |

typedef FIXP_DBL FIXP_LPC_TNS; | |

#define FX_DBL2FX_LPC_TNS(x) (x) | |

#define FX_DBL2FXCONST_LPC_TNS(x) (x) | |

#define FX_LPC_TNS2FX_DBL(x) (x) | |

#define FL2FXCONST_LPC_TNS(val) FL2FXCONST_DBL(val) | |

#define MAXVAL_LPC_TNS MAXVAL_DBL | |

typedef FIXP_SGL FIXP_LPC; | |

#define FX_DBL2FX_LPC(x) FX_DBL2FX_SGL((FIXP_DBL)(x)) | |

#define FX_DBL2FXCONST_LPC(x) FX_DBL2FXCONST_SGL(x) | |

#define FX_LPC2FX_DBL(x) FX_SGL2FX_DBL(x) | |

#define FL2FXCONST_LPC(val) FL2FXCONST_SGL(val) | |

#define MAXVAL_LPC MAXVAL_SGL | |

/** | |

* \brief Obtain residual signal through LPC analysis. | |

* \param signal pointer to buffer holding signal to be analysed. Residual is | |

* returned there (in place) | |

* \param signal_size the size of the input data in pData | |

* \param lpcCoeff_m the LPC filter coefficient mantissas | |

* \param lpcCoeff_e the LPC filter coefficient exponent | |

* \param order the LPC filter order (size of coeff) | |

* \param filtState Pointer to state buffer of size order | |

* \param filtStateIndex pointer to state index storage | |

*/ | |

void CLpc_Analysis(FIXP_DBL signal[], const int signal_size, | |

const FIXP_LPC lpcCoeff_m[], const int lpcCoeff_e, | |

const int order, FIXP_DBL *filtState, int *filtStateIndex); | |

/** | |

* \brief Synthesize signal fom residual through LPC synthesis, using LP | |

* coefficients. | |

* \param signal pointer to buffer holding the residual signal. The synthesis is | |

* returned there (in place) | |

* \param signal_size the size of the input data in pData | |

* \param inc buffer traversal increment for signal | |

* \param coeff the LPC filter coefficients | |

* \param coeff_e exponent of coeff | |

* \param order the LPC filter order (size of coeff) | |

* \param state state buffer of size LPC_MAX_ORDER | |

* \param pStateIndex pointer to state index storage | |

*/ | |

void CLpc_Synthesis(FIXP_DBL *signal, const int signal_size, const int signal_e, | |

const int inc, const FIXP_LPC_TNS *lpcCoeff_m, | |

const int lpcCoeff_e, const int order, FIXP_DBL *state, | |

int *pStateIndex); | |

void CLpc_Synthesis(FIXP_DBL *signal, const int signal_size, const int signal_e, | |

const int inc, const FIXP_LPC coeff[], const int coeff_e, | |

const int order, FIXP_DBL *filtState, int *pStateIndex); | |

/** | |

* \brief Synthesize signal fom residual through LPC synthesis, using ParCor | |

* coefficients. The algorithm assumes a filter gain of max 1.0. If the filter | |

* gain is higher, this must be accounted into the values of signal_e | |

* and/or signal_e_out to avoid overflows. | |

* \param signal pointer to buffer holding the residual signal. The synthesis is | |

* returned there (in place) | |

* \param signal_size the size of the input data in pData | |

* \param inc buffer traversal increment for signal | |

* \param coeff the LPC filter coefficients | |

* \param coeff_e exponent of coeff | |

* \param order the LPC filter order (size of coeff) | |

* \param state state buffer of size LPC_MAX_ORDER | |

*/ | |

void CLpc_SynthesisLattice(FIXP_DBL *signal, const int signal_size, | |

const int signal_e, const int signal_e_out, | |

const int inc, const FIXP_SGL *coeff, | |

const int order, FIXP_DBL *state); | |

void CLpc_SynthesisLattice(FIXP_DBL *RESTRICT signal, const int signal_size, | |

const int signal_e, const int signal_e_out, | |

const int inc, const FIXP_DBL *RESTRICT coeff, | |

const int order, FIXP_DBL *RESTRICT state); | |

/** | |

* \brief | |

*/ | |

INT CLpc_ParcorToLpc(const FIXP_LPC_TNS reflCoeff[], FIXP_LPC_TNS LpcCoeff[], | |

INT numOfCoeff, FIXP_DBL workBuffer[]); | |

INT CLpc_ParcorToLpc(const FIXP_LPC reflCoeff[], FIXP_LPC LpcCoeff[], | |

const int numOfCoeff, FIXP_DBL workBuffer[]); | |

/** | |

* \brief Calculate ParCor (Partial autoCorrelation, reflection) coefficients | |

* from autocorrelation coefficients using the Schur algorithm (instead of | |

* Levinson Durbin). | |

* \param acorr order+1 autocorrelation coefficients | |

* \param reflCoeff output reflection /ParCor coefficients. The first | |

* coefficient which is always 1.0 is ommitted. | |

* \param order number of acorr / reflCoeff coefficients. | |

* \param pPredictionGain_m prediction gain mantissa | |

* \param pPredictionGain_e prediction gain exponent | |

*/ | |

void CLpc_AutoToParcor(FIXP_DBL acorr[], const int acorr_e, | |

FIXP_LPC reflCoeff[], const int order, | |

FIXP_DBL *pPredictionGain_m, INT *pPredictionGain_e); | |

#endif /* FDK_LPC_H */ |