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Tuesday, May 10 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Flowz: towards an EDSL for digital signal processing

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Digital signal processing is ubiquitous in modern digital technology. Ranging from classical signal transmission, neural networks, image and audio processing, to time series analysis. Flowz is a library that strives for writing digital signal processors in a declarative and composable manner that generate efficient code and integrates well with existing C++ code and frameworks. Flowz is inspired by the Faust language and algebra of flownomials and implements a similar concept within C++. This embedded domain specific language allows to describe network layouts and processing of data flowing through these networks. While the user can focus on the 'what should be processed', flowz will take care of connecting the *wires* between processing boxes and creating the state that is described implicitly by the flowz-expressions and which is needed by the signal processing algorithm.

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André Bergner

Principal Software Engineer, Native Instruments
André likes challenges – that's why he enjoys writing C++ and tries to do things with it that it wasn't supposed to do. He works as an principal software engineer at Native Instruments in Berlin. He holds a PhD in theoretical physics and besides C++ is toying a lot with deep learning... Read More →

Tuesday May 10, 2016 11:00am - 12:30pm

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