DICE: The DSPCAD Integrative Command Line Environment

Maryland DSPCAD Research Group

This webpage describes the DICE Project at the University of Maryland, College Park.

1. Overview

DICE (the DSPCAD Integrative Command Line Environment) is a package of utilities that facilitates efficient management of software projects. Key areas of emphasis in DICE are cross-platform operation, support for model-based design methodologies, support for projects that integrate heterogeneous programming languages, and support for applying and integrating different kinds of design and testing methodologies. The package is being developed at the University of Maryland to facilitate the research and teaching of methods for implementation, testing, evolution, and revision of engineering software. The package is also being developed as a foundation for developing experimental research software for techniques and tools in the area of computer-aided design (CAD) of digital signal processing (DSP) systems. The package is intended for cross-platform operation, and is currently being developed and used actively on the Linux, Mac OS, Solaris, and Windows (equipped with Cygwin) platforms.

For a detailed overview of DICE and its key features, see the Introduction to DICE Version 1.1.

2. Current Project Participants

3. Previous Project Participants

4. Other Contributors and Collaborators

5. Software Download and Setup

For instructions on downloading and setting up DICE, see the User's Guide for DICE Version 1.1, and the DICE User's Guide Online Supplement.

6. E-mail List and Contact for Questions

News about DICE, including information about updates and new releases, is broadcast on the DSPCAD News Email List. To subscribe to this list, send email to the DSPCAD Manager.

For questions about installing, using, or updating DICE, send email to the DSPCAD Manager.

7. Publications

A list of publications related to the DICE project, and PDF versions of selected publications can be found on the DICE Project Publications Page.

8. Sponsorship

This work is sponsored in part by the U. S. National Science Foundation under grant NSF-ECCS0823989, the Laboratory for Telecommunication Science, and the US Air Force Research Laboratory.

9. Document Version

This webpage was last updated on July 4, 2011.