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An 8-point inverse discrete cosine transform (IDCT) is decomposed into four 2-point IDCTs. The four 2-point IDCTs are implemented by four parallel-operating product-sum computing circuits. Each product-sum computing circuit comprises a single multiplying means and accomplishes computation of eight points in four clock cycles. Part of the multiplying means may be implemented by bit shift operation, and others by a semifixed multiplier. A two-dimensional 8.times.8 IDCT circuit is constructed which comprises three semifixed multipliers and one ordinary multiplier, and accomplishes IDCT computation of 8.times.8 points in 64 clock cycles.
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