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DSP Software Development Techniques for Embedded and Real-Time Systems by Robert Oshana

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Software Performance Engineering of an Embedded DSP System Application

Based on “Winning Teams; Performance Engineering Through Development” by Robert Oshana, which appeared in IEEE Computer, June 2000, Vol 33, No 6. ©2000 IEEE.

Introduction and Project Description

Expensive disasters can be avoided when system performance evaluation takes place relatively early in the software development life cycle. Applications will generally have better performance when alternative designs are evaluated prior to implementation. Software performance engineering (SPE) is a set of techniques for gathering data, constructing a system performance model, evaluating the performance model, managing risk of uncertainty, evaluating alternatives, and verifying ...

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