The “guru” interface to FFTW is intended to expose as much as possible of the flexibility in the underlying FFTW architecture. It allows one to compute multi-dimensional “vectors” (loops) of multi-dimensional transforms, where each vector/transform dimension has an independent size and stride. One can also use more general complex-number formats, e.g. separate real and imaginary arrays.
For those users who require the flexibility of the guru interface, it is important that they pay special attention to the documentation lest they shoot themselves in the foot.
|• Interleaved and split arrays
|• Guru vector and transform sizes
|• Guru Complex DFTs
|• Guru Real-data DFTs
|• Guru Real-to-real Transforms
|• 64-bit Guru Interface