CELP and LPC 

This short article provides information on CELP (stands for "code excited linear prediction") and LPC ("linear predictive coding"). They are compression algorithms used for low bit rate (2400 and 4800 bps) speech coding. Submitted: Dec 24, 2003

ACELP (Algebraic Code Excited Linear Prediction) 

ACELP (Algebraic Code Excited Linear Prediction) is an efficient technology for speech compression at bit rates around 8kbps. ACELP achieves its efficiency through the use of algebraic codebook that requires no storage with fast searching procedure. ACELPâ technology is widely used. Some examples are GSM EFR, G.729 and 723.1. Submitted: Feb 09, 2001

Evaluation of some DTFM Algorithms 

Performance evaluation and realtime implementation of subspace, adaptive, and DFT algorithms for multitone detection. Evaluation of MUSIC, LMS, and the Goertzel algorithms for dualtone multiplefrequency estimation. The issue rates their computational requirements, estimation errors, and their compliance with the CCITT Q.23 and Q.24 standards through MATLAB simulations and realtime implementations on the ADSP2101 and Motorola 56001 processors. Submitted: Dec 24, 2003

Perfectly Scientific, Inc. the scientific algorithm company! 

PSI offers software, documents and books on the subjects of: compression, FFT, general transforms, wavelets, color graphics, Monte Carlo, fractals, convolution, signal processing, matrix algebra, genetic algorithms, number theory as used in factoring & cryptography, and more. Submitted: Dec 24, 2003

Online Algorithms 

A list of Jeff Vitter's papers concerning online algorithms and dynamic data structures. Submitted: Dec 24, 2003

Combinatorial Algorithms and Optimization 

This is a list of links to Jeff Vitter's papers concerning combinatorial algorithms and combinatorial optimization. The publications are stored in both gzipcompressed postscript format and in Adobe pdf format. Submitted: Dec 24, 2003

RealTime Versus EquivalentTime Sampling 

This technical brief describes two of the fundamental modes of waveform acquisition and has an explanation of the Sin(x)/x interpolation method. Submitted: Dec 24, 2003

Parallel Algorithms 

This is a list of links to Jeff Vitter's papers concerning parallel algorithms and scientific computing. The publications are stored in both gzipcompressed postscript format and in Adobe pdf format. Submitted: Dec 24, 2003

Jorgs useful and ugly HFLOAT page 

Here you can find the HFLOAT package (HUGEFLOAT is used for computations with very long (huge!) floating point numbers), algorithms for pi & e, digits of pi, cryptic (arctan and ramanujanish) formulas. Submitted: Dec 24, 2003

