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Changing Requirements and How to Minimize Their Impact

Authored on: Jun 29, 2006 by K. Williston, J. Eyre, J. Holmes, and J. Bier

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The market for products using DSP technology is growing rapidly, and manufacturers have responded to increased demand by producing an expanding array of DSPcapable processors. System designers now have a wide variety of choices when selecting a processor to use in a DSP-intensive application. An important component of the selection process is determining whether a processor has sufficient DSP performance for the target application. Unfortunately, this evaluation can be complicated, particularly amid the barrage of confusing (and sometimes contradictory) marketing claims made by processor vendors.



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