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Digital Signal Processing Implementation Using the TMS320C6000 DSP Platform (With CD-ROM)
[Naim Dahnoun; 2000-10-25] ISBN 0201619164
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Engineering Applications of Noncommutative Harmonic Analysis: WIth Emphasis on Rotation and Motion Groups
[Gregory S. Chirikjian, Alexander B. Kyatkin; 2000-10-23] ISBN 0849307481
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C6X Based Digital Signal Processing (With CD-ROM)
[Nasser Kehtarnavaz, Burc Simsek; 2000-09-15] ISBN 0130883107
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Digital Signal Processing: A Computer Science Perspective
[Jonathan Y. Stein; 2000-09] ISBN 0471295469
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Discrete-Time Signal Processing (2nd Edition)
[Alan V. Oppenheim, et al; 1999-02-15] ISBN 0137549202
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C++ Algorithms for Digital Signal Processing (2nd Edition)
[Paul M. Embree, Damon Danieli; 1998-11-13] ISBN 0131791443
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Understanding Digital Signal Processing
[Richard G. Lyons; 1996-10] ISBN 0201634678
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Simulation Techniques : Models of Communication Signals and Processes
[Floyd M. Gardner, John D. Baker (Contributor); 1996-09] ISBN 0471519642
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DSP Processors Hit the Mainstream ( Jennifer Eyre, Jeff Bier ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1998-08)

- Increasingly affordable digital signal processing extends the functionality of embedded systems and so will play a larger role in new consumer products. This tutorial explains what DSP processors are and what they do. It also offers a guide to evaluating them for use in a product or application.

New Era for Digital Signal Processors ( David Clark ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1998-01)

Grape-II: A System-Level Prototyping Environment for DSP Applications ( Rudy Lauwereins, Marc Engels, Marleen Adé, J.a. Peperstraete ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1995-02)

- Grape-II has been used successfully in three real-world DSP applications. Its structured prototyping methodology reduces programming effort: its use of general-purpose reusable hardware minimizes development cost.

Development of a Multichip Module DSP ( Robert K. Scannell, John K. Hagge ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1993-04)

- The signal processor packaging design (SPPD) general-purpose digital signal processor (DSP) architecture is discussed. SPPD is a highly modular processor architecture that is based on off-the-shelf components and that supports a multichip module (MCM) design implementation that delivers 400 million floating-point operations per second in a 75-g package. The interconnect-substrate design, MCM package assembly, MCM testing, and tradeoffs in size, weight, and cost of the SPPD packaging are described.

An Optimum Parallel Architecture for High-Speed Real-Time Digital Signal Processing ( Gordon R. Lang, Moez Dharssi, Fred M. Longstaff, Philis S. Longstaff, Peter A.S. Metford, Malcom T. Rimmer ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1988-02)

- The authors describe a parallel processing architecture for real-time digital signal processing that has demonstrated virtually 100% data processing efficiency in a number of areas. The Teamed-Architecture Signal Processor (T-ASP) is a field-proven, commercially available optimal system solution to the extremely high computational and I/O rates encountered in modern digital-signal-processing environments. The design of T-ASP involves the consideration and implementation of many architectural concepts used to enhance the performance of a computer, including programmability, parallel processing, vector processing and pipelining, memory interleaving, double cache memories, multiple high-speed I/O interfaces, and segmentation of the processors for elimination of both CPU and data-handling overhead. The authors discuss hardware architecture design and implementation; hardware management; and software architecture design and implementation.

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fxt-2002.03.23 - FFT code and related stuff

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baudline-0.90 - A real-time signal analysis tool and an offline time-frequency browser

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p5-Math-FFT-0.25 - Perl module providing an interface to Fast Fourier Transform routines

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libdsp-4.4.1 - C++ class library of common digital signal processing functions

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