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NU-Tech: The Entry Tool of the HArtes Toolchain for Algorithms Design
The aim of the hArtes project is to facilitate and automate the rapid design and development of heterogeneous embedded systems, targeting a combination of a general purpose embedded processor, digital signal processing and reconfigurable hardware. In this paper, we present the NU-Tech platform, the main entry tool from the hArtes toolchain, which has the role of assisting the designers in tuning and possibly improve the input algorithm at the highest level of abstraction. A brief description of the project itself will be given and its vocation to audio highlighted through a case study application.
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