ffitch, J. P., Dobson, R. and Bradford, R., 2009. The Imperative for High-Performance Audio Computing. In: Proceedings Linux Audio Conference, 2009-01-01. Parma: Istituzione Casa della Musica, pp. 73-79.
It is common knowledge that desktop computing power is now increasing mainly by the change to multi-core chips. This is a challenge for the software community in general, but is a particular problem for audio processing. Our needs are increasingly towards real-time and low latency. We propose a number of possible paths that need investigation, including multi-core and special accelerators, which may offer useful new musical tools. We define this as High-Performance Audio Computing, or HiPAC, in analogy to current HPC activity, and indicate some on-going work.
|Item Type ||Conference or Workshop Items (UNSPECIFIED)|
|Creators||ffitch, J. P., Dobson, R. and Bradford, R.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Computer Science|
|Additional Information||Slides and video recording available from http://lac.linuxaudio.org/2009/cdm/Friday/09_ffitch/index.html|
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