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Z Language: A New DSP Dedicated Programming Environment
This paper describes a new programming language, designed to facilitate modelling and testing of DSP algorithms. The unique features of the language are summarized and a comparison to available alternatives is given. Practical examples in noise reduction, artificial reverberation algorithms, and reconstruction of signals distorted by digital clipping are presented.
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