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XDAIS Documentation

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XDAIS Documentation

Document Title Description
Design and Implementation of an eXpressDSP-Compliant DMA Manager for C6x1x Following an overview of DMA abstractions for eXpressDSP-compliant algorithms, this application describes a C6x1x-optimized (C6211, C6711) ACPY2 library implementation and DMA Resource Manager, which can also be run on C64x devices. An algorithm and example application is provided including source code) to demonstrate enhancements to DMA access.
DMA Guide for eXpressDSP-Compliant Algorithm Producers and Consumers An overview of the DMA architecture specified by the TMS320 DSP Algorithm Standard (also known as XDAIS). It also describes two sets of APIs used for accessing DMA resources: the IDMA2 abstract interface and the ACPY2 library.
Making DSP Algorithms Compliant with the TMS320 DSP Algorithm Standard A tutorial on how to make an algorithm compliant to the standard.
The TMS320 DSP Algorithm Standard -- a White Paper A high level overview of the algorithm standard.
TMS320 DSP Algorithm Standard API Reference The formal API specification that algorithms must conform to in order to be compliant to the standard.
TMS320 DSP Algorithm Standard Developer's Guide Implementing the TMS320 DSP Algorithm Standard interface. Note that much of this document is out of date and several of the tools are either no longer supported or have been updated.
TMS320 DSP Algorithm Standard Rules and Guidelines The formal specification of the standard's rules and guidelines plus overall descriptions and explanations.
TMS320 DSP Demo Software User Guide The eXpressDSP Demonstration software, including running the demo, description of the target code architecture, and description of the algorithm specific APIs.
Using the TMS320 DSP Algorithm Standard in a Dynamic DSP System Using standard algorithms in a system in which data objects are created and destroyed over the life of the system.
Using the TMS320 DSP Algorithm Standard in a Static DSP System Using standard algorithms in a system in which data objects are created at design time.
Techniques for Implementing Shared Relocatable Buffers Using the TMS320 DSP Algorithm Standard This application note presents several mechanisms supported by the TMS320 DSP Algorithm Standard (referred to as XDAIS) which can be employed by algorithm writers to assist application developers in optimizing their system's performance and sharing of memory resources.
Using External References in Algorithms Compliant with the TMS320 DSP Algorithm Standard This document discusses how eXpressDSP-complaint algorithms can access functions implemented in externally linked modules using registered function pointers. This mechanism of function calls is known as callbacks.