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Biologically Sound Neural Networks for Embedded Systems Using OpenCL

Presenting our paper I. Fehervari, A. Sobe, W. Elmenreich. Biologically Sound Neural Networks for Embedded Systems Using OpenCL. Proceedings of the International Conference on NETworked sYStems (NETYS 2013), Marrakech, Morocco, Springer 2013. in the format of a short announcement was … Continue reading

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Efficiently detecting a frequency using a Goertzel filter

The Goertzel algorithm detects a specific, predetermined frequency in a signal. This can be used to analyze a sound source for the presence of a particular tone. The algorithm is simpler than an FFT and therefore a candidate for small … Continue reading

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