RESPITE: The CASA Toolkit Page: Documentation: Block Library Index:Split


Split

The Split block generates sample or 1-D frame sub-frames by splitting a 1-D frame input (i.e. it performs the complimentary operation to Join). The block can take any number of outputs. By default the number of outputs is 2.

To cut a frame into two pieces use the integer parameter CUT to indicate the index at which to split the frame. The cut will occur between this index and the one below. i.e. a frame of size 64, cut at POS=17, will produce two frames, one from indices 1 to 16, and the other using indices 17 to 64.

To cut a frame into more than two piece use the integer vector parameter CUTS to indicate the indices at which to perform each successive cut. i.e an input frame of length 64, cut with CUTS={17, 33, 49} will produce 4 output frames using the index ranges [1,16], [17, 32], [33, 48], [49,64].

If using the CUTS parameter, then the NOUTPUTS parameter must be explicitly set and it must be consistent with the number of outputs implied by the number of elements in the vector CUTS. The values of the elements of the vector parameter CUTS must be in ascending order.

Inputs Meaning Sample 1-D frame $\ge$2-D frame
in1 signal Yes Yes Yes

Outputs Meaning
out1 1st sub-frame
... ...
out n nth sub-frame

Parameters Type Default Meaning
NOUTPUTS Integer 2 Number of outputs
CUT Integer - Position for a single cut
CUTS IntegerVector - Positions for several cuts



Documentation for CTKv1.1.4 - Last modified: Thu Jun 28 14:53:44 BST 2001