Linked by David Adams on Mon 4th Oct 2010 21:24 UTC, submitted by fran
OSNews, Generic OSes Yesterday MenuetOS released a kernel update that includes Fourier transform, sinc and resampling. Fourier transform is significant in that it allow for more efficient computation and is essential for high speed computing.
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RE[3]: In the kernel?
by artworx on Tue 5th Oct 2010 16:38 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: In the kernel?"
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As opposed to writing the whole os in ASM?

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RE[4]: In the kernel?
by tylerdurden on Tue 5th Oct 2010 19:35 in reply to "RE[3]: In the kernel?"
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That compounds it even further.

I understand it is a hobby OS, and as such more power to the people doing it. But they already had put a nail in the coffin with those decisions.

People who don't learn from history... yadda yadda. Alas, it is their time, so they can do with it as they wish. And from a technical stand point I am sure they're gaining some nice experience and insights. Which to me is the most important aspects of these type of projects.

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RE[5]: In the kernel?
by machinist on Thu 7th Oct 2010 12:25 in reply to "RE[4]: In the kernel?"
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Correction to your premises: FFT is available _also_ as a system call. And as a system call, you have a very nice and easy to access tool available for signal processing applications.

Edited 2010-10-07 12:40 UTC

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