Retired DSP engineer.

Re: Matlab Home-use version

Reply posted 4 years ago (11/08/2016)
Something I recently discovered is that the Node.js library is functionally isomorphic to the Matlab library and it is complete. You can almost transliterate .m...

Re: Matlab to NodeJS

Reply posted 4 years ago (09/18/2016)
May I thank you Dr. Mike, for responding?Is it relatively new as a stable web serving platform? Is Matlab more of a single user platform? Is it true that that...

Matlab to NodeJS

New thread started 4 years ago
I find that #Matlab is surprisingly isomorphic to NodeJS functionally down to the library functions. Syntax problems in converting .m to ,js are largely batch fixable....

Re: Best Real Time Convolution Algorithm?

Reply posted 4 years ago (08/16/2016)
Yes, I see that now too. With a cascade implementation of convolution no transform is needed. That looks like my best bet. Thanks for clarifying my thinking.

Re: Best Real Time Convolution Algorithm?

Reply posted 4 years ago (08/16/2016)
That should have been "windowed kernel" in case there is any kind of windowing involved in speeding it up. Fixed.Yes, using partitioned methods latency can be reduced...

Best Real Time Convolution Algorithm?

New thread started 4 years ago
What is the best current algorithm computationally for implementing a zero delay (partitioned) #Convolution of an audio rate signal with a fixed windowed kernel?Is...

Re: Application of computer with invertible arithmetic?

Reply posted 4 years ago (07/28/2016)
Sorry, Robert. I was suddenly taken ill. Not yet recovered and will get back to this when the daze clears.First thing I've got to decide is whether what I posted...

Re: Application of computer with invertible arithmetic?

Reply posted 4 years ago (07/25/2016)
Yeah, same Bob Cain. It was Gary Sokoloich. He began watching for anything to appear by me anywhere on the internet and responding with his joyous personal attacks....

Re: Application of computer with invertible arithmetic?

Reply posted 4 years ago (07/25/2016)
Thanks, Stephan(e).

Re: Application of computer with invertible arithmetic?

Reply posted 4 years ago (07/25/2016)
Thanks, I will look into that as a platform. Got a link to an outfit that could do the fab and provide DIY design tools that don't require a Ph.D? Maybe even provide...

Re: Application of computer with invertible arithmetic?

Reply posted 4 years ago (07/25/2016)
It will take very special hardware to make this computationally advantageous. I have designed such hardware myself that performs the basic arithmetic operations...

Re: Application of computer with invertible arithmetic?

Reply posted 4 years ago (07/25/2016)
Thanks, Shahram. My implementation of this is incomplete although the characteristics stated are assured. I won't be making any of the type of contact you are proposing...

Re: Application of computer with invertible arithmetic?

Reply posted 4 years ago (07/24/2016)
Yes, exactly. Or any other stepwise linear transform. Please talk further. :-)

Re: Application of computer with invertible arithmetic?

Reply posted 4 years ago (07/24/2016)
Thanks, that is what provided me the motivation to start looking at QBism but is actually of little relevance to the question. I'm hoping to see a narrower discussion...
I've put together a computing system in which all arithmetic is perfectly invertable. (Will appear as a Node.js application.) The inputs are as determined by the...
I knew this once, did it all the time but it's been so long away from that field that I can't reconstruct it in the time I have to think about it. Have no fear though,...

Re: A digital filter question

Reply posted 4 years ago (07/04/2016)
Long time since I tuned into a channel with you in it, Jerry. Glad you're still kicking. I'm 71 now and kicking too. Working harder than ever but DSP is a small...

Use this form to contact DonGateley

Before you can contact a member of the *Related Sites:

  • You must be logged in (register here)
  • You must confirm you email address