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Optimizing Massive Parallel Architectures for Real-Time Digital Audio
Large digital signal processing engines are required to meet the hard real-time constraints imposed by digital audio applications. Appropriate topologies and resource allocation strategies are necessary to efficiently utilise a sea of processors: Task scheduling is considered in the context of allocating complex console taskforces onto such hybrid multiprocessors. Novel scalable architectures are assessed and the impact of design decisions evaluated.
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