## How to perform 2-D DFT via 1-D DFT

on 22 Jun 2012

### Wayne King (view profile)

Take the 1-D DFT of one image, first row-wise 1-D DFT and followed by column-wise 1-D DFT to create the resulting F1(u,v) .

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### Wayne King (view profile)

on 28 Jun 2012

It actually doesn't matter, but you can do this

``` X = randn(8,8);
Y = fft2(X);
% ok let's first take the DFT along the rows
rowdft = fft(X,[],2);
% now take it along the columns
coldft = fft(rowdft,[],1);
max(max(abs(coldft-Y)))```

See the maximum difference in absolute value is only on the order of 10^(-15)

P

### P (view profile)

on 30 Jan 2013

Can you perform this same function without using fft2 or fft? that is doing the 2d dft first along the row and then along the col without using fft2 or fft.

### Wayne King (view profile)

on 22 Jun 2012

Here is an example that shows you how to do it

```    X = randn(8,8);
fft2(X)
% now use fft
fft(fft(X).').'```

Khoa

### Khoa (view profile)

on 22 Jun 2012

but there is something like "first row-wise 1-D DFT and followed by column-wise 1-D DFT to create the resulting F1(u,v) ". I really dont understand this.

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