MATHLIB

DSP Math Library for Floating Point Devices

MATHLIB

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Overview

The Texas Instruments math library is an optimized floating-point math function library for C programmers using TI floating point devices. These routines are typically used in computationally intensive real-time applications where optimal execution speed is critical. By using these routines instead of the routines found in the existing run-time-support libraries, considerably faster execution speeds can be achieved without rewriting existing code. The MATHLIB library includes all the floating-point math routines that are currently provided in the existing run-time-support libraries. These new functions can be called with the current run-time-support library names or the new names included in the math library.

The MATHLIB library includes all the floating-point math routines that are currently provided in the existing run-time-support libraries. These new functions can be called with the current run-time-support library names or the new names included in the math library.

See the benchmarks: DSP core benchmarks

Features
  • Types of functions included:
    • Trigonometric and hyperbolic: Sin, Cos, Tan, Arctan, etc.
    • Power, exponential, and logarithmic
    • Reciprocal
    • Square root
    • Division
  • Natural C Source Code
  • Optimized C code with Intrinsics
  • Hand-coded assembly-optimized routines
  • C-callable routines, which can be inlined and are fully compatible with the TMS320C6000 compiler
  • Routines which accept single sample or vector inputs
  • Provided functions are tested against C model and existing run-time-support functions
  • Benchmarks (cycle and code size)
  • Compiled using Code Generation Tools v7.2.0

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Technical article Leveraging TI’s free libraries in your development Mar. 15, 2017
Technical article Using OpenCLTM to offload to C66x DSPs on Sitara™ AM572x processors Oct. 07, 2016

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