/* (C) 2007-2008 Jean-Marc Valin, CSIRO
*/
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#ifdef HAVE_CONFIG_H
#include "config.h"
#endif
#include "mathops.h"
#include "cwrs.h"
#include "vq.h"
#include "arch.h"
#include "os_support.h"
/** Takes the pitch vector and the decoded residual vector, computes the gain
that will give ||p+g*y||=1 and mixes the residual with the pitch. */
static void mix_pitch_and_residual(int * restrict iy, celt_norm_t * restrict X, int N, int K, const celt_norm_t * restrict P)
{
int i;
celt_word32_t Ryp, Ryy, Rpp;
celt_word16_t ryp, ryy, rpp;
celt_word32_t g;
VARDECL(celt_norm_t, y);
#ifdef FIXED_POINT
int yshift;
#endif
SAVE_STACK;
#ifdef FIXED_POINT
yshift = 13-celt_ilog2(K);
#endif
ALLOC(y, N, celt_norm_t);
/*for (i=0;i0)
signx[j]=1;
else {
signx[j]=-1;
X[j]=-X[j];
P[j]=-P[j];
}
iy[j] = 0;
y[j] = 0;
sum = MAC16_16(sum, P[j],P[j]);
} while (++j 1)
{
int pulsesAtOnce=1;
int best_id;
celt_word16_t magnitude;
celt_word32_t best_num = -VERY_LARGE16;
celt_word16_t best_den = 0;
#ifdef FIXED_POINT
int rshift;
#endif
/* Decide on how many pulses to find at once */
pulsesAtOnce = (pulsesLeft*N_1)>>9; /* pulsesLeft/N */
if (pulsesAtOnce<1)
pulsesAtOnce = 1;
#ifdef FIXED_POINT
rshift = yshift+1+celt_ilog2(K-pulsesLeft+pulsesAtOnce);
#endif
magnitude = SHL16(pulsesAtOnce, yshift);
best_id = 0;
/* The squared magnitude term gets added anyway, so we might as well
add it outside the loop */
yy = MAC16_16(yy, magnitude,magnitude);
/* Choose between fast and accurate strategy depending on where we are in the search */
/* This should ensure that anything we can process will have a better score */
j=0;
do {
celt_word16_t Rxy, Ryy;
/* Select sign based on X[j] alone */
s = magnitude;
/* Temporary sums of the new pulse(s) */
Rxy = EXTRACT16(SHR32(MAC16_16(xy, s,X[j]),rshift));
/* We're multiplying y[j] by two so we don't have to do it here */
Ryy = EXTRACT16(SHR32(MAC16_16(yy, s,y[j]),rshift));
/* Approximate score: we maximise Rxy/sqrt(Ryy) (we're guaranteed that
Rxy is positive because the sign is pre-computed) */
Rxy = MULT16_16_Q15(Rxy,Rxy);
/* The idea is to check for num/den >= best_num/best_den, but that way
we can do it without any division */
/* OPT: Make sure to use conditional moves here */
if (MULT16_16(best_den, Rxy) > MULT16_16(Ryy, best_num))
{
best_den = Ryy;
best_num = Rxy;
best_id = j;
}
} while (++j MULT16_16(Ryy, best_num))
{
best_den = Ryy;
best_num = num;
best_id = j;
}
} while (++jN0)
for (j=0;j