Manual Reference Pages - ACF (1)
acf - autocorrelation function of contiguous frames.i/p and o/p data in binary shorts, (o/p data n/2 points per frame).
acf [arguments] [file]
The autocorrelation function (acf) is computed using the fft. The output framewidth is the given maximum acf lag, which must not be greater than the input framewidth. Each input frame is padded with zeroes to the next power of 2 larger than either the input framewidth, or twice the required max acf lag, (whichever is the larger). If necessary, extra padding can be enforced using the (silent) padding option to add extra zeroes, padding to a larger power of 2. The amount of extra padding is "exponential", expanding the basic size to:
( framesize + padding ) * 2**n
where the padding option is n.
(n=0 by default, so that no extra padding is added. When n=1 then padding is added to double the size, and when n=2 the size is quadrupled, etc.). The input and output frame sizes in sample points may be printed using the "size" option.
1. To print the input and output frame sizes in sample points, eg for a subsequent plotting program, use the size option:
acf ... size=on
2. An acf of a waveform sampled at 10kHz, computed to a max lag of 12.8ms within a frame of 12.8ms, plotting the 2nd frame in a sequence of frames with frameshift 12.8ms.
acf samp=10kHz width=12.8ms frstep=12.8ms frame=2 lag=12.8ms file | x11plot
3. An animated plot of successive acfs of a waveform sampled at 10kHz, each computed within a frame of 12.8ms, and shifted by 2 sample points.
acf samp=10kHz width=12.8ms frstep=2p lag=12.8ms file | x11play -n128
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