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Parallel Digital Signal Processing for Audio Engineering
Large digital signal processing systems utilizing in the order of a hundred processors are required to realize the all-digital successor to today's analog mixing consoles. We address the problem of efficiently allocating the functionality of such consoles onto multiprocessor hardware architectures. Alternative allocation strategies are assessed with regard to the hard real-time constraints imposed by the audio engineering environment.
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