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The hArtes CarLab: A New Approach to Advanced Algorithms Development for Automotive Audio

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In the last decade automotive audio has been gaining great attention by the scientific and industrial communities. In this context, a new approach to test and develop advanced audio algorithms for an heterogeneous embedded platform has been proposed within the European hArtes project. A real audio laboratory installed in a real car (hArtes CarLab) has been developed employing professional audio equipment. The algorithms can be tested and validated on a PC exploiting each application as a plug-in of a real time framework. Then a set of tools (hArtes Toolchain) can be used to generate code for the embedded platform starting from plug-in implementation. An overview of the entire system is here presented, showing its effectiveness.

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