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how to use a script to retrieve memory blocks (data) and use them to simulate and compare with matlab

Question asked by kftouhi on Dec 14, 2011
Latest reply on Dec 16, 2011 by kftouhi

Hello,

 

After a long absence (I was in school for a training), I return to DSP programming, and also the problems that go with it.
To simulate my code, (FIR filtering for example), I use Memory => Fill (see screenshot) to get my values to be tested, and I have to do it every time I retest the code. Also, I use "Memory => Dump" to generate an output file, I get and I compare with my Matlab's results.I wonder if it's possible to do all these manipulations (repeated each time) using a script, which fetches the data to be processed from memory blocks, inserts them in the place of treatment and generates an output file, which will be compared with Matlab.

I do not know if there is already a script that does that I want, or whether to create one (and especially how do it), I am asking for your help and your talent  to find a solution to my recurring problem.

 

Feel free to give any advice that might advance the discussion.

 

Thanks

kftouhi

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