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Model-Driven Development of Audio Processing Applications for Multi-Core Processors

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Chip-level multiprocessors are still very young and available forecasts anticipate a strong evolution for the forthcoming decade. To exploit them, efficient and robust applications have to be built with the appropriate algorithms and software architectures. Model-driven development is able to lower some barriers towards applications that process audio in parallel on multi-cores. It allows using abstractions to simplify and mask complex aspects of the development process and helps avoiding inefficiencies and subtle bugs. This paper presents some evolutions of Audio n-Genie, an open-source environment for model-driven development of audio processing applications, which has been recently enhanced with support for parallel processing on multi-cores.

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