Technology is nothing without knowledge
Digimath is committed to continuous research. Partnering with leading academic institutions and on-going internal research programs keep our knowledge in mathematics, digital audio signal processing and computing architectures at the highest level. We derive innovative technologies from this ever growing knowledge base.
Digimath is very much involved in collaborations with Universities. Digimath conducts research in different areas around audio digital signal processing and computing architectures:
- High performance signal processing algorithms, implementations and architectures
- Multi-core/multi-processor computing systems simulation and development tools
- High definition audio applications
In November 2013, Digimath has started a major research program on DSD and full digital amplifier. Results are expected within one to two years. Stay tuned for more information!
As part of its collaboration with the University of Applied Sciences of Southern Switzerland (SUPSI)
, Digimath has been pivotal in the implementation of the System Designer
rapid prototyping and code generation tool.
Digimath is active in the publication of scientific research paper. Please contact us
for more details or access to articles full text.
Legray F., Heeb T. Genevey S. and Kuo H. 2012. ADAS: A novel, fully specified approach to self-synchronizing converters. 133th AES Convention, San Francisco, AES.
Leidi T., Heeb T., Colla M., and Thiran J-P. 2011. Event-driven real-time audio processing with GPGPUs. 130th AES Convention, London, UK, AES.
Leidi T., Heeb T., Colla M., and Thiran J-P. 2011. Component-based and Model-driven Development of Data-intensive, Time-critical Applications for Multi-core Embedded Systems. In International Journal of Discrete Event Control Systems. IJDECS. Serials Publications.
Leidi T., Heeb T., Colla M., and Thiran J-P. 2010. Event-driven Scheduling for Parallel Stream Processing. Parelec2011, Luton, UK, IEEE.
Leidi T., Heeb T., Colla M., and Thiran, J-P. 2010. Model-driven Development of Audio Processing Applications for Multi-core Processors. 128th AES Convention, London, UK, AES.
Leidi T., Heeb T., Colla M., and Thiran J-P. 2009. Audio n-Genie: Domain Specific Language for Audio Processing. 126th AES Convention, Munich, Germany, AES.
Heeb T. 2006. High Performance Real-Time Software Asynchronous Sample Rate Converter Kernel. 120th AES Convention, Paris, France, AES.