DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING PROCESSOR FOR SIGNAL PROCESSING APPLICATIONS
AffiliationMissouri University of Science and Technology, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
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AbstractMany signal processing, data analysis and graphical user interface algorithms are computationally intensive. This paper investigates a method of off-loading some of the calculations to remotely located processors. Inexpensive, commercial off the shelf processors are used to perform operations such as fast Fourier transforms and other numerically intensive algorithms. The data is passed to the processors, and results collected, using conventional network interfaces such as TCP/IP. This allows the processors to be located at any location, and also allows potentially large caches of processors to be shared between multiple applications.
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