I have a 1024 samples and I chucked it into 32 chunks in order to perform FFT on it, below is the output from FFT: (3.13704,2.94588) (12.9193,14.7706) (-4.4401,-6.21331) (-1.60103,-2.78147) (-0.84114,-1.86292) (-0.483564,-1.43068) (-0.272469,-1.17551) (-0.130891,-1.00437) (-0.0276415,-0.879568) (0.0523422,-0.782884) (0.117249,-0.704425) (0.171934,-0.638322) (0.219483,-0.580845) (0.261974,-0.529482) (0.300883,-0.48245) (0.337316,-0.438409) (0.372151,-0.396301) (0.40613,-0.355227) (0.439926,-0.314376) (0.474196,-0.27295) (0.509637,-0.23011) (0.54704,-0.184897) (0.587371,-0.136145) (0.631877,-0.0823468) (0.682262,-0.021441) (0.740984,0.0495408) (0.811778,0.135117) (0.900701,0.242606) (1.01833,0.384795) (1.18506,0.586337) ..

#### Category : absolute-value

I need a C++ function to iteratively find the position of the minimum absolute value within an array. Example: input = [2, 7, -3, 5, 9, 1, 3] Expected output: 5 (1 is minimum Absolute value) Source: Windows Que..

I’m at the beginning of learning c++ and I’m understanding functions. I have a problem with an exercise. I have to use 3 functions, the first for input, the second for calculating the absolute value of the input number and the third to communicate it. Here’s what i tried. #include <iostream> #include <stdlib.h> using namespace ..

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