Experience with a MAP 300 array processor
The paper is a summary of the experience collected during almost two years of programming a CSPI MAP 300 array ' processor in signal processing applications. After a short overview of the most interesting features of SNAP 2, the MAP's signal processing language, the paper illustrates their value to the programmer by describing their use in the implementation of a typical signal processing algorithm. The paper also points out the most frequent sources of problems in MAP programming.
SourceIn: Real-time, general purpose, high-speed signal processing systems for underwater research (SACLANTCEN Conference Proceedings CP-25), Part 1, 1979, pp. 14-1 - 14-8.