I have a question about VDK,wether could I change a normal project to a VDK project?
Is that possible to do that?
How to change .ldf?
The complexity of porting a project to VDK depends upon the complexity of the project itself. When implementing a multi-threaded system, a fundamental aspect is deciding how to partition the application into threads. This is a decision which is up to the programmer to make depending on their specific needs, and hence we cannot provide a guide to porting your project to VDK. We would strongly recommend that you consult the VDK User's Guide, together with the VDK Examples provided with VisualDSP++ for a greater understanding of how the VDK works, and how this will apply to porting your code. The VDK Examples can be found at:"<VisualDSP++ Installation Directory>\214xx\Examples\No Hardware Required\VDK" The VDK Manual can be found from within the IDDE via:'VisualDSP Help'->'Manuals'->'Software Tool Manuals'->'VDK Manual'.
I finished that problem，now i am doing fir accelerate with more than 1024taps，i cant find examples ，and i do not know how to do it
在 2017年5月30日，21:47，Kader.M <firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>> 写道：
Re: Question about VDK
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You can generate FFT, FIR and IIR accelerator code in C using the Expert Code Generator for SHARC Processors. The Expert Code Generator is explained in detail in the below linked EE-note (EE-322 - Expert Code Generator for SHARC Processors) and the Expert Code Generator plugin, along with the example code referenced in the EE-note is attached.
http://www.analog.com/media/en/technical-documentation/application-notes/EE-322rev5.pdf Also please refer the below linked Ezone which might help you to found out some examples:https://ez.analog.com/message/5259https://ez.analog.com/message/145161https://ez.analog.com/message/8317
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