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Abstract: that have produced eXpressDSPcompliant algorithms. Go to the DSP Developers' Village and follow the , eXpressDSPCompliant Algorithms Texas Instruments tests algorithms for compliance with the TMS320 DSP Algorithm , eXpressDSPcompliant algorithm. TMS320 DSP Algorithm Standard Demonstration Application (SPRU361) Algorithm , spru427.qxd 2/23/01 1:27 PM Page 1 eXpressDSPTM TM TMS320 DSP Algorithm Standard Quick Start Reference Guide What is the TMS320 DSP Algorithm Standard? The TMS320 DSP Algorithm Standard is 
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DSK6711 SPRA579 SPRU352 SPRU360 SPRA577 SPRU424 EVM6201 DSK540 TMS320C62 TMS320C54 SPRA580 
Abstract: use an algorithm is algorithmindependent. This work includes using an algorithm's IALG methods to , callback functions that can be called by xDAIS algorithms. To maintain coherence of algorithm scratch , framework, making the preemption transparent to the algorithm. Additionally, algorithms implement , xDAISdefined scheme for sharing memory between xDAIS algorithms. Typically the framework does the following: a) Calls the algorithm's algActivate function to allow it to initialize scratch memory buffers from 
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C6000 SPRU007 
Abstract: memory overhead is incurred by using the DSP Algorithm Standardcompliant algorithms? Answer: The , : Why implement the DSP Algorithm Standard? Answer: 1. During the integration process, algorithms , and to give DSP endusers "make vs. buy" choices for DSP algorithms, or simply to make it easier to mix and match algorithms they have developed internally. This will allow programmers to invest their , . Question: What is the DSP Algorithm Standard? Answer: The DSP Algorithm Standard is one of the key 
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C5000 programming tms320c6000 question TMS320C6000 
Abstract: (algorithmspecific), or apply to a specific implementation of an algorithm (vendorspecific). The naming convention , (Algorithm Specific API) The algorithmspecific API is the most convenient access to the algorithm and is a , memory by sharing it between algorithms, by reclaiming it when an algorithm is deactivated, and by reusing it when another algorithm is activated. Algorithms that comply with the TMS320 DSP Algorithm , that TI implements the create function for the copy algorithm. An example of an interface name would 
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tms320 projects Map 6808 ALGExit application note tms320 C6201 SPRA577B 
Abstract: instances of a common algorithm. The last mechanism is referred to as the parent instance technique , section of the internal memory as part of the algorithm's static allocation and have all instances refer , the standard IALG interface and first creates the algorithm's parent instance. This parent instance , SPRA790 As for the applications: 1. Applications are free to utilize any algorithmprovided writeonce , the algorithm's algMoved function with the base field of the IALG_MemRec memory table structure 
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Abstract: Algorithm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 3.7 Algorithm's Extended , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Describing Your Algorithm's , create the XDAIS library deliverable. The sixth section describes how to prevalidate the XDAIS algorithm. Most of the procedures contain examples based on a G.729 encoder algorithm. 1 Preliminary XDAIS , memory block required to run one instance of the algorithm. Go to Appendix C and create a table based 
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led project with name plate TMS320 application manual C5400 SPRU424C 
Abstract: multiple algorithms. In this approach, we used dynamic scheduling instead of preemption to optimize system , /write pointers before executing the algorithms. A structure array THREAD_Tbl is defined to store the , input data structures are defined because an algorithmlike echo cancellation requires two inputs , parameters that control execution of the algorithm. AlgID is the ID of the algorithm. TableID is the ID of the constant table for the algorithm. The use of TableID is discussed in the following paragraphs 
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andrew gsm DSP19 SPRA560A 
Abstract: running any processing methods of the algorithms. If an algorithm's processing functions are always , algorithms.  IALG algorithm interface defines a framework independent interface for the creation of , algorithmic processing supported by eXpressDSPcompliant algorithms. Prior to invoking any of these methods , Status When algorithm instances are created, the client can pass algorithmspecific parameters to the , algorithms and the applications that utilize these algorithms. System integrators will see how to 
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FIR FILTER implementation in c language g729 SPRU360B 
Abstract: () function is the highlevel, algorithmspecific function that creates an algorithm instance and returns the , precious. We can make the most of this precious resource by 'dynamically' sharing it between algorithms. , TI's eXpressDSP (XDAIS) technology initiative, manages algorithms. A Review of TMS320 DSP , for an instance of the algorithm and calls the algorithm's initialization function. Let's step , functions. The last field is the function pointer for the algorithmspecific data processing function 
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VOICE RECOGNITION ALGORITHM circuit diagram of voice recognition voice recognition control voice recognition Voice Activated Switch voice recognition system SPRA580B 
Abstract: : clients (users) of algorithms, producers of algorithms, and creators of algorithmspecific interfaces , rules. The algorithm must also implement an algorithmspecific interface, defined by an algorithm , memory since it can be overlaid among instances of algorithms. Because the algorithm uses the , creators of algorithm specific interfaces. This application note focuses on the producers of algorithms. , Application Report SPRA579B Making DSP Algorithms Compliant with the TMS320 DSP Algorithm 
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Abstract: postprocessing on the same processor as the algorithm. A number of scenarios make the adapter approach a good , run xDAIS algorithms. (Note that CE documentation also refers to algorithms as "codecs" as its , interchangeably.) It provides an API to facilitate interactions with xDMcompliant xDAIS algorithms. It also , (SPIs 1), so that CE can be expanded to handle new classes of algorithms. Given an SPI, independent of , codecalled an adapterthat fits between the Codec Engine Runtime and the algorithm. Its purpose is to adapt 
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spraae7 SPRUEC8 ARM926EJS TMDXEVM6446 SPRAAE7B nm6x 
Abstract: source code addition/modification to successfully integrate the XDAIS FIR algorithm. The sample , specifically to interface with XDAIS algorithms. Hence, the individual coding effort will be minimal because , standard IALG interface, the same framework code can be used with any standard algorithm. 4 A Consumer's Guide to Using eXpressDSPCompliant Algorithms SPRA810 The FIR_TTO algorithm package also , . Define a `params' structure variable and an algorithm instance handle. Every compliant algorithm's 
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SPRA791 SPRA799 
Abstract: that should be applied to all algorithm IP. In addition, all algorithms must comply with a generic , of TI DSPs. Algorithms provide one or more algorithm standard demonstrations that contain several , commercial offtheshelf (COTS) algorithms. Since an application often requires the use of several such COTS , for passing data to, from, and between algorithms. Some frameworks contain their own OS, or tasking , "separates" the framework from the algorithms. It is this "separation" that defines the basis for the 
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Design analysis and algorithm TI320 SPRA581B 
Abstract: algorithms. By publishing and supporting the TMS320TM DSP Algorithm Standard, TI will aid in decreasing , algorithms. Demonstration The TMS320 TM DSP Algorithm Standard Demonstration and Example API , repetitive and timeconsuming system integration that was previously associated with algorithms. This is , consistently use algorithms across a similar set of applications. TMS320 TM DSP Algorithm Standard , challenges of integrating algorithms into complex DSP systems, and how the TMS320TM DSP Algorithm 
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TMS320C5000TM C6000TM TMS320C5000 Architecture of TMS320 ti naming rules TMS320C6000TM C5000TM SPRT187 
Abstract: () function is the highlevel, algorithmspecific function that creates an algorithm instance and returns the , precious. We can make the most of this precious resource by 'dynamically' sharing it between algorithms. , TI's eXpressDSP (XDAIS) technology initiative, manages algorithms. A Review of TMS320 DSP , for an instance of the algorithm and calls the algorithm's initialization function. Let's step , functions. The last field is the function pointer for the algorithmspecific data processing function 
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dsp based echo cancellation 
Abstract: that should be applied to all algorithms. In addition, all algorithms must comply with a memory , distribute commercial offtheshelf (COTS) algorithms. Since today's applications often require the use of , algorithms are combined, problems may occur; for example, when one algorithm assumes the use of certain , to more easily assemble productionquality systems from one or more algorithms. 3 Who Stands , is that the system integrator can more quickly monitor the performance of an algorithm. If the 
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SPRA793 SPRA581C 
Abstract: productionquality systems from one or more algorithms. Who Stands to Gainfrom the eXpressDSP Algorithm Standard , general rules and guidelines that should be applied to all algorithm IP. In addition, all algorithms must , , market, and distribute commercial offtheshelf (COTS) algorithms. Since an application often requires , to, from, and between algorithms. Some frameworks contain their own OS, or tasking kernel, tailored , rectangle that "separates" the framework from the algorithms. It is this "separation" that defines the 
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SPRA581 
Abstract: data is properly restored prior to running any processing methods of the algorithms. If an algorithm's , defined by the XDAIS specification that apply to all algorithms.  IALG algorithm interface defines a , algorithmic processing supported by eXpressDSPcompliant algorithms. Prior to invoking any of these methods , algorithm instances are created, the client can pass algorithmspecific parameters to the algAlloc() and the , framework can more optimally assign memory to the required algorithms. Once an algorithm object instance is 
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SPRU360C 
Abstract: memory overhead is incurred by using the DSP Algorithm Standardcompliant algorithms? Answer: The , : Why implement the DSP Algorithm Standard? Answer: 1. During the integration process, algorithms , and to give DSP endusers "make vs. buy" choices for DSP algorithms, or simply to make it easier to mix and match algorithms they have developed internally. This will allow programmers to invest their , . Question: What is the DSP Algorithm Standard? Answer: The DSP Algorithm Standard is one of the key 
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Abstract: algorithm provides an alternative to the Fast algorithm. The slight increase in V cc and V p p during , algorithm is an improvement on the Rapid Pulse algorithm. While it exhibits the same excellent throughput as , programming margins over the Rapid Pulse algorithm. ©1990 Microchip Technology Inc. 381 DS11138A , ® M icrochip EPROM PROGRAMMING ALGORITHM 27Cxxx EPROM FAMILY PROGRAMMING ALGORITHM O v e rv ie w Microchip Technology Inc supports three programming algorithms for its CMOS EPROM Family. The 
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