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Audio and Control: Simulation to Embedded in Seconds
In real-time audio or control applications, algorithms are typically developed using simulation tools such as Matlab/Simulink. Traditionally, this development is followed by a conversion to fixed point, and a labour-intensive manual optimisation and conversion to the assembly code of a signal processor or ASIC/FPGA core. The prudent will also run a series of test vector comparisons to check the conversion process. By using custom simulation models, and an automated process of net-list extraction and code generation, these time consuming steps may be eliminated, going from simulation to running embedded DSP code in seconds.
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