archiv~1: Re: SETI Linux signal analysis

Re: SETI Linux signal analysis

MarcusJohn@aol.com
Thu, 26 Nov 1998 10:42:22 EST

In a message dated 11/26/98 2:55:40 AM Eastern Standard Time,
david@djwhome.demon.co.uk writes:

> Specgram2, with some small changes to remove floating point operations,
> spends the majority of its time maintaining the display, even when
> using the relatively efficient SVGA library interface. That time could
> be better spent in more sophisticated searching algorithms.

We will be benchmarking the new software to determine the effect of the
waterfall on the systems performance. We may also put in a power spectrum as
well. If it uses too much system time, the user can turn it off. It will be an
option, and it is in the prototype systems we have now (without bit blitting
yet, someone is working on it).

John Marcus.
KE3SW.