What is JDSP?
JDSP is a library of digital signal processing tools written in Java aimed at providing functionalities as available in scipy-signal package for Python.
JDSP is a tool in the Java Tools category of a tech stack.
JDSP is an open source tool with 50 GitHub stars and 5 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to JDSP's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses JDSP?
- Frequency-based Filters
- Kernel-based Filters
- Fourier Transform
- Hilbert Transform
- Pre-Processing Tools
- Peak and Spike Detection
- Signal Generation
- Matlab-style Plotting
- Java equivalent of many Numpy helper functions
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