24 December 1980 An Interactive And Recursive Signal Processor For 16-bit Microcomputers
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Abstract
An interactive and recursive signal processing system was designed using a top-down approach. The system design is flexible and readily adapts to many types of signals. This is obtained by defining a set of signal processing procedures which permit a rich set of algorithm branches and domains. Recursion paths in the system allow signal enhancement and waterfall displays of intermediate results. Four reentry points into the system provide for interactive or continuous processing. The system has been'implemented with the 16 bit TI 9900 microcomputer and used extensively for both research and instructional purposes. Commonly used signal processing algorithms have been timed and results are presented herein.
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Antal A. Sarkady, Antal A. Sarkady, Errol E. Wallingford, Errol E. Wallingford, } "An Interactive And Recursive Signal Processor For 16-bit Microcomputers", Proc. SPIE 0241, Real-Time Signal Processing III, (24 December 1980); doi: 10.1117/12.959255; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.959255
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