April 29th, 2000, 05:30 AM
SETI: fast fourier transform is for digital signal processors?
i thought i read somewhere that fast fourier transform is not suited for general purpose processors but for digital signal processors. if so, then it would be easy as hell to build a DSP parallel processing system. it would be a record setting, WU crunching, steping-on-the-other-teams'-balls machine! i'm not saying that it wouldn't cost a **** load of $$$, but it would be awesome. there is a machine that was built similar to what i am proposing called Project Deep Crack. It has 1536 custom chips made specifically for crackign DES or Data Encryption Standard (56-bit encryption) for more info see http://www.eff.org/descracker.html
it has been winning tons of contests and a SETI supercomputer could do the same. now does anyone got a half a million dollars that they dont have anything to do with?
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