Algorithms to Optimisation
A one-day supplement to the Digital Signal Processing (theory and application) course that takes the theory and translates it into practice.
- The course will include a mixed lecture and demonstration format and has been written to be independent of target processor architecture.
- The course will show how to take common DSP algorithms and map them onto common processor architectures. It will also give a guide line for how to choose a DSP device, in particular how to choose and use the correct data word length for any application.
- In addition to the algorithmic coding issues, the course will also cover the use of hardware specific functionality such as the use of internal or external memory and how to use DMA engines to optimise the use of both.
This course can be taken in conjunction with the Digital Signal Processing (theory and application) course.
What people say about the course...
Very detailed, well organised and clearly presented
- David Irvine, Senior Engineer, Ultra Electronics - CIS
Good supplement, key points were well made
- Ian Weeks, Principal Engineer, Semtech Northern Europe
Very interesting and engaging, will be directly applicable to my work
- Mark Ellis, AWE Plc