The dispTEC project aims to provide an open-source software library under the BSD license. The library will contain a collection of algorithms for Digital Signal Processing and Digital Image Processing, specifically designed to run on embedded systems that have DSP acceleration capabilities.
dispTEC stands for Digital Image and Signal Processing library. TEC is the short name Costa Ricans use for their Costa Rica Institute of Technology.
The algorithms are designed to be XDAIS compliant, as a way to ensure support for present and future Texas Instruments' DSP architectures.
At this time, no source code is yet available, since as a first academic experiment, students are documenting their experiences developing an XDAIS compliant algorithm from scratch, even having their first steps with embedded systems. The deliverables of this experiences are documented here in form of How-To sites, and will serve to design the library fundamentals as well.
How to compile, install and troubleshoot Ridgerun's SDK.
How to create, compile and run a simple "Hello World" in GPP.
How to implement applications using ALSA for the GPP
How to create an XDAIS codec and server
How to create an application using codecs and servers
How to test your codec