Commit f3b1f1f4 authored by Antonin Dudermel's avatar Antonin Dudermel
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......@@ -17,10 +17,6 @@ an operator type and the LSB of its inputs and outputs were drastically
suboptimal, as even on small examples, the optimal LSB index was depending on
the implemented processor.
\todo{Résumer le tout de manière compacte, parler de ce qu'on n'a pas utilisé,
les unités, une approche top-down avec la précision des sliders et les erreurs
de quantification en entrée, approche statistique avec papiers de D. Ménard}
\subsection{Short-term Perspectives}
......@@ -75,8 +71,6 @@ echoes), but are there others ?)
\subsection{Long-term Perspectives}
\todo{statistical approach}
\subsubsection{External tools for pattern design}
......@@ -24,18 +24,14 @@ report. The mathematical abstraction that manipulates signals is called
\(x(t)\) will be used for input signals and \(y(t)\) for output
signals.\footnote{All notations are gathered in the appendix
\subsection{The Faust Programming Language}
\todo{ajouter le logo de Faust qqprt}
% \label{sec:faust-progr-lang}
% \begin{figure}
% \centering
% \includegraphics[width=0.5\textwidth]{../pictures/metronome-ide}
% \caption{A metronome written in Faust}
% \end{figure}
Faust\cite{faustprogramming} (Functional Audio Stream) is a compiled
domain-specific language describing sound processors. Being purely functional,
it does not manipulates samples as values in arrays, but works at high level on
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\title{Signal Annotation for Fixed-Point FAUST targets}
\author{Antonin Dudermel,\\ENS Lyon\\ supervised by \\Florent de Dinechin, Stéphane Letz,
Yann Orlarey, Tanguy Risset, \\ FAST Project}
Yann Orlarey, Tanguy Risset\footnote{official internship supervisor}, \\ FAST Project}
\date{February - June 2021}
\todo{Ne pas dépasser 20 pages, ajouter le code Faust des exemples}
%\todo{Ne pas dépasser 20 pages, ajouter le code Faust des exemples}
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