DOI: https://doi.org/10.3103/S073527271992110013
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Principles of creating a signal processing language

V. E. Bocharov, V. G. Galagan

Abstract


The basic principles of construction, set of operators, semantics and syntax of a algorithmic digital signal processing language are presented. The effectiveness of constructing the language on the basis of concepts of a discrete signal as an unlimited sequence of samples, concepts of time scales, current time, etc., is substantiated.

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