[Jack-Devel] graph simplification using mathematics?
Stéphane Letz
letz at grame.fr
Sun Jul 3 00:44:15 CEST 2016
Yes indeed : a starting point here : Sarah Denoux, Yann Orlarey, Stéphane Letz, Dominique Fober, CALCUL D’UNE EXPRESSION FAUST ÉQUIVALENTE À PARTIR D’UN GRAPHE D’APPLICATIONS
http://jim2016.gmea.net/actes
(although in french)
And in function here : http://faust.grame.fr/faustplayground/ when you export the final equivalent patch.
Stéphane
> Le 3 juil. 2016 à 00:20, Thomas Brand <tom at trellis.ch> a écrit :
>
> On Sat, July 2, 2016 23:14, StÃ©phane Letz wrote:
>> Faust : http://faust.grame.fr
>>
>
> Faust was the first thing that came to mind indeed. The introduction
> paragraphs in the documentation says
>
> -specification language
> -describe signal processors from a mathematical point of view
> -free from implementation details
>
> But right after that:
> -FAUST programs are fully compiled, not interpreted.
>
> I can imagine to bundle FAUST code from different processors
> semi-automatically or handcrafted to one unit relatively easily. However i
> was thinking in a direction where the units live in a host still as single
> units, to be connected in different ways, and the host would dynamically
> derive a single math operation of the current graph. I understand this
> would include recompilation or some kind of JIT compilation in order to
> work. If possible at all, i think Faust would currently be the best fit,
> since it already offers some of the fundamental concepts needed to even
> think about doing something like this. That would allow large graphs with
> almost no context switches (this is pure speculation).
>
> Greetings
> Tom
>
>>
>>> Le 2 juil. 2016 Ã 22:58, Thomas Brand <tom at trellis.ch> a Ã©crit :
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>> i wondered if the following scenario could work. Assuming DSP is
>>> basically maths, and the formula and variables for every plugin would be
>>> known, would it then be possible to magically simplify all formulas of
>>> all plugins to one single formula doing all in one step? Does this sound
>>> weird? Greetings
>>> Tom
>
>
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