DSP application environments

Shah, Niraj
April 2005
Portable Design;Apr2005, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p22
This paper reexamines the DSP development flow. Design for these systems can be divided into two phases, algorithm development and implementation on DSP hardware. In the algorithm development phase, the goal is to finalize the algorithm that will later be implemented in the final system. During this phase, various signal-processing algorithms are evaluated based on end-system performance criteria and ease of implementation. While the output of this phase isn't the final implementation, algorithm designers usually need to demonstrate that their final algorithm can be feasibly implemented on the target device. During this phase, developers usually use an application environment to design their algorithms. Such an environment provides on intuitive interface that simplifies the process of modeling a design. The interface not only refers to the design entry language, but also a limited number of data types. An example of such an applicafion environment is the MathWorks Matlab.


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