GSoc2014 gr-trellis/turboeq proposal

Hey guys,

I finally finished a first draft of my proposal for GSoC 2014 on
improvements for gr-trellis and a turboeq block.
It’s available on github:

https://github.com/SpectreJan/GSoC2014

Please let me know what you think of it.

Best regards,
Jan

On 12.03.2014 08:04, Jan Krmer wrote:

Hey guys,

I finally finished a first draft of my proposal for GSoC 2014 on
improvements for gr-trellis and a turboeq block.
It’s available on github:

https://github.com/SpectreJan/GSoC2014

Please let me know what you think of it.

“Adjust qa_trellis.py if necessary. Implementing VOLK library. Test for
quality and benchmark for speed.”

It seems like you have something specific in mind, but “implementing
VOLK library” is ambiguous. Can you be more specific here?

Also, can we see some of your previous work?

In general, very good proposal. But get rid of the typos if you want me
on your side :smiley:

Martin

Jan Krämer <kraemer int.uni-karlsruhe.de> writes:

Best regards,
Jan

Sounds goods. He has made up some thoughts about it and is driven to
accomplish his goals. i would give him a try :slight_smile: (i didn’t see any typos
btw)

and don’t forget: it’s for his studies :wink:

Martin


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Hey,

thanks for the advice. Though I’m a bit bummed about the typos. Checked
it
multiple times using a grammar/spell checker.

And yes, I already have thought about some tasks in both SISO and
Viterbi
algorithm that could be accelerated by VOLK. Mainly final output
calculations and the calculation of the transition probabilities as both
of them are data parallel tasks.
I will update my proposal accordingly tomorrow.

best regards,
Jan

Hey,

an updated version of my GSoC proposal is now on available:

https://github.com/SpectreJan/GSoC2014

Regarding work that I have done in the past:
Parts of the code of my current master thesis project (Log-MAP decoder
with OpenCL) is now available on Github.

https://github.com/SpectreJan/cel_gpu_logmap
This is also included in my proposal.

I also have done some work on getting a non-proprietary linux
distribution
on the Lyrtech SFF-SDR. A small compendium is available on the
Communication Engineering Lab website. But it is in German, as it was
initially meant as a CEL intern manual only. But maybe Phil might enjoy
this :wink:

http://www.cel.kit.edu/lyrtech.php

best regards,
Jan

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