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''' Steve Blonstein, Alan Campbell, Texas Instruments, ISBN: xxxx '''
 
''' Steve Blonstein, Alan Campbell, Texas Instruments, ISBN: xxxx '''
  
Free book, available through the TI website (see below).
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Free book, available through the [http://focus.ti.com/dsp/docs/dspsplash.tsp?contentId=52451 TI website].
  
 
It discusses how the OMAP and DaVinci processors are partitioned, how to develop for the platform and discusses how to use the different codecs for these platforms. The book is not as big as the usual Dummy book - it's 110 pages in a smaller form factor. It's well worth reading though.
 
It discusses how the OMAP and DaVinci processors are partitioned, how to develop for the platform and discusses how to use the different codecs for these platforms. The book is not as big as the usual Dummy book - it's 110 pages in a smaller form factor. It's well worth reading though.
 
 
[http://focus.ti.com/dsp/docs/dspsplash.tsp?contentId=52451]
 
 
  
 
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OMAP and DaVinci Software for Dummies

Steve Blonstein, Alan Campbell, Texas Instruments, ISBN: xxxx

Free book, available through the TI website.

It discusses how the OMAP and DaVinci processors are partitioned, how to develop for the platform and discusses how to use the different codecs for these platforms. The book is not as big as the usual Dummy book - it's 110 pages in a smaller form factor. It's well worth reading though.