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Timeless problem in real-time audio software design

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Timeless problem in real-time audio software design
 

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Ircam - Centre Pompidou (éditeur)
 
Puckette, Miller (conférencieré)
 

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28 mars 2012, Ircam
 

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Timeless problems in real-time audio software design / Puckette, Miller (conférencier)
 
 

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Computer music researchers have been concerned at least since the 1970s with a fundamental problem: how to build systems that can simultaneously reach high levels of computation throughput, get things done at very short latencies, and offer a clear and consistent programming model (and even, perhaps, a decent user interface). This talk will address the choices and tradeoffs that beset the computer music system designer: how to use multiprocessors efficiently, how the memory model constrains scheduling; how to manage tasks with multiple, different latency requirements; the costs and benefits of making systems run deterministically; and the interface between sporadic event-driven processes and ones running at fixed sample rates. Miller Puckette worked at IRCAM 1985-1994, and is now Professor of music at UCSD. http://crca.ucsd.edu/~msp/
 

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2012-12-11 01:00:00
 

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