Mot-clé : Real

2005

Clock skew is one of the significant issues of real-time networking. We have previously proposed a new algorithm for clock skew detection that operates one a one-way measurement, simply based on time stamped packets. This algorithm was initially targeted to Internet transport context. It has been showed that it is also suitable to low latency transport conditions using an adequate parameters set. This report presents improvements to the algorithm as well as as... read_more

Clock skew is one of the significant issues of real-time networking. We have previously proposed a new algorithm for clock skew detection that operates one a one-way measurement, simply based on time stamped packets. This algorithm was initially targeted to Internet transport context. It has been showed that it is also suitable to low latency transport conditions using an adequate parameters set. This report presents improvements to the algorithm as well as as well as parameters characterization, along with the corresponding performance measurements.

Dominique Fober, Yann Orlarey, Stéphane Letz

Mots-clés :
Clock, Networking, Real, Skew, Time

2003

This document presents the language FAUST, its syntax and grammar as well as several commented examples. FAUST (the name stands for Functional Audio Streams) is a programming language specifically designed to develop and implement efficient real time digital signal processors.

Etienne Gaudrain, Yann Orlarey

Mots-clés :
Audio, Block-diagrams, Functionnal, Processing, Programming, Real, Signal, Time

1991

Hierarchical Real Time Interapplication Communications

International Computer Music Conference, 1991, Montréal, Canada. pp.408-415

Real time interapplication communications are a key feature in musical multi-task operating systems. Independent applications can therefore be connected and collaborate by exchanging messages and data through communication channels. All these collaborating applications define a virtual network the user can dynamically configurate. The topology of such virtual network specifies the way applications can be connected together. This paper introduces a new hierarchi... read_more

Real time interapplication communications are a key feature in musical multi-task operating systems. Independent applications can therefore be connected and collaborate by exchanging messages and data through communication channels. All these collaborating applications define a virtual network the user can dynamically configurate. The topology of such virtual network specifies the way applications can be connected together. This paper introduces a new hierarchical topology we recently implemented in our MidiShare multi-task operating system. This approach offers several advantages and particularly when a large number of applications are involved or in a multi-user context.