media/libopus/celt/mathops.c
author Mike de Boer <mdeboer@mozilla.com>
Fri, 10 Apr 2015 13:23:14 +0200
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Bug 1132301 - Part 5: Add unit tests for the Social Sharing feature of Loop. r=Standard8, a=lizzard

/* Copyright (c) 2002-2008 Jean-Marc Valin
   Copyright (c) 2007-2008 CSIRO
   Copyright (c) 2007-2009 Xiph.Org Foundation
   Written by Jean-Marc Valin */
/**
   @file mathops.h
   @brief Various math functions
*/
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*/

#ifdef HAVE_CONFIG_H
#include "config.h"
#endif

#include "mathops.h"

/*Compute floor(sqrt(_val)) with exact arithmetic.
  This has been tested on all possible 32-bit inputs.*/
unsigned isqrt32(opus_uint32 _val){
  unsigned b;
  unsigned g;
  int      bshift;
  /*Uses the second method from
     http://www.azillionmonkeys.com/qed/sqroot.html
    The main idea is to search for the largest binary digit b such that
     (g+b)*(g+b) <= _val, and add it to the solution g.*/
  g=0;
  bshift=(EC_ILOG(_val)-1)>>1;
  b=1U<<bshift;
  do{
    opus_uint32 t;
    t=(((opus_uint32)g<<1)+b)<<bshift;
    if(t<=_val){
      g+=b;
      _val-=t;
    }
    b>>=1;
    bshift--;
  }
  while(bshift>=0);
  return g;
}

#ifdef FIXED_POINT

opus_val32 frac_div32(opus_val32 a, opus_val32 b)
{
   opus_val16 rcp;
   opus_val32 result, rem;
   int shift = celt_ilog2(b)-29;
   a = VSHR32(a,shift);
   b = VSHR32(b,shift);
   /* 16-bit reciprocal */
   rcp = ROUND16(celt_rcp(ROUND16(b,16)),3);
   result = MULT16_32_Q15(rcp, a);
   rem = PSHR32(a,2)-MULT32_32_Q31(result, b);
   result = ADD32(result, SHL32(MULT16_32_Q15(rcp, rem),2));
   if (result >= 536870912)       /*  2^29 */
      return 2147483647;          /*  2^31 - 1 */
   else if (result <= -536870912) /* -2^29 */
      return -2147483647;         /* -2^31 */
   else
      return SHL32(result, 2);
}

/** Reciprocal sqrt approximation in the range [0.25,1) (Q16 in, Q14 out) */
opus_val16 celt_rsqrt_norm(opus_val32 x)
{
   opus_val16 n;
   opus_val16 r;
   opus_val16 r2;
   opus_val16 y;
   /* Range of n is [-16384,32767] ([-0.5,1) in Q15). */
   n = x-32768;
   /* Get a rough initial guess for the root.
      The optimal minimax quadratic approximation (using relative error) is
       r = 1.437799046117536+n*(-0.823394375837328+n*0.4096419668459485).
      Coefficients here, and the final result r, are Q14.*/
   r = ADD16(23557, MULT16_16_Q15(n, ADD16(-13490, MULT16_16_Q15(n, 6713))));
   /* We want y = x*r*r-1 in Q15, but x is 32-bit Q16 and r is Q14.
      We can compute the result from n and r using Q15 multiplies with some
       adjustment, carefully done to avoid overflow.
      Range of y is [-1564,1594]. */
   r2 = MULT16_16_Q15(r, r);
   y = SHL16(SUB16(ADD16(MULT16_16_Q15(r2, n), r2), 16384), 1);
   /* Apply a 2nd-order Householder iteration: r += r*y*(y*0.375-0.5).
      This yields the Q14 reciprocal square root of the Q16 x, with a maximum
       relative error of 1.04956E-4, a (relative) RMSE of 2.80979E-5, and a
       peak absolute error of 2.26591/16384. */
   return ADD16(r, MULT16_16_Q15(r, MULT16_16_Q15(y,
              SUB16(MULT16_16_Q15(y, 12288), 16384))));
}

/** Sqrt approximation (QX input, QX/2 output) */
opus_val32 celt_sqrt(opus_val32 x)
{
   int k;
   opus_val16 n;
   opus_val32 rt;
   static const opus_val16 C[5] = {23175, 11561, -3011, 1699, -664};
   if (x==0)
      return 0;
   else if (x>=1073741824)
      return 32767;
   k = (celt_ilog2(x)>>1)-7;
   x = VSHR32(x, 2*k);
   n = x-32768;
   rt = ADD16(C[0], MULT16_16_Q15(n, ADD16(C[1], MULT16_16_Q15(n, ADD16(C[2],
              MULT16_16_Q15(n, ADD16(C[3], MULT16_16_Q15(n, (C[4])))))))));
   rt = VSHR32(rt,7-k);
   return rt;
}

#define L1 32767
#define L2 -7651
#define L3 8277
#define L4 -626

static OPUS_INLINE opus_val16 _celt_cos_pi_2(opus_val16 x)
{
   opus_val16 x2;

   x2 = MULT16_16_P15(x,x);
   return ADD16(1,MIN16(32766,ADD32(SUB16(L1,x2), MULT16_16_P15(x2, ADD32(L2, MULT16_16_P15(x2, ADD32(L3, MULT16_16_P15(L4, x2
                                                                                ))))))));
}

#undef L1
#undef L2
#undef L3
#undef L4

opus_val16 celt_cos_norm(opus_val32 x)
{
   x = x&0x0001ffff;
   if (x>SHL32(EXTEND32(1), 16))
      x = SUB32(SHL32(EXTEND32(1), 17),x);
   if (x&0x00007fff)
   {
      if (x<SHL32(EXTEND32(1), 15))
      {
         return _celt_cos_pi_2(EXTRACT16(x));
      } else {
         return NEG32(_celt_cos_pi_2(EXTRACT16(65536-x)));
      }
   } else {
      if (x&0x0000ffff)
         return 0;
      else if (x&0x0001ffff)
         return -32767;
      else
         return 32767;
   }
}

/** Reciprocal approximation (Q15 input, Q16 output) */
opus_val32 celt_rcp(opus_val32 x)
{
   int i;
   opus_val16 n;
   opus_val16 r;
   celt_assert2(x>0, "celt_rcp() only defined for positive values");
   i = celt_ilog2(x);
   /* n is Q15 with range [0,1). */
   n = VSHR32(x,i-15)-32768;
   /* Start with a linear approximation:
      r = 1.8823529411764706-0.9411764705882353*n.
      The coefficients and the result are Q14 in the range [15420,30840].*/
   r = ADD16(30840, MULT16_16_Q15(-15420, n));
   /* Perform two Newton iterations:
      r -= r*((r*n)-1.Q15)
         = r*((r*n)+(r-1.Q15)). */
   r = SUB16(r, MULT16_16_Q15(r,
             ADD16(MULT16_16_Q15(r, n), ADD16(r, -32768))));
   /* We subtract an extra 1 in the second iteration to avoid overflow; it also
       neatly compensates for truncation error in the rest of the process. */
   r = SUB16(r, ADD16(1, MULT16_16_Q15(r,
             ADD16(MULT16_16_Q15(r, n), ADD16(r, -32768)))));
   /* r is now the Q15 solution to 2/(n+1), with a maximum relative error
       of 7.05346E-5, a (relative) RMSE of 2.14418E-5, and a peak absolute
       error of 1.24665/32768. */
   return VSHR32(EXTEND32(r),i-16);
}

#endif