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base:nmis_and_distributed_jitter-correction_routines [2021-10-21 12:46] (current)
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 The basic idea has a pretty long history.  I've heard of "using the CIA directly to compensate jitter" long ago.  But the first code I saw that really does use this idea was [[http://www.the-dreams.de/articles.html|a very optimized 2x2-fli routine]] by Wolfram Sang (Ninja / The Dreams).  With a working routine on paper it's always a good start to write one's own routine.  Now that I accomplished a 4x4-fli-routine based on this, I'll gladly explain the details. The basic idea has a pretty long history.  I've heard of "using the CIA directly to compensate jitter" long ago.  But the first code I saw that really does use this idea was [[http://www.the-dreams.de/articles.html|a very optimized 2x2-fli routine]] by Wolfram Sang (Ninja / The Dreams).  With a working routine on paper it's always a good start to write one's own routine.  Now that I accomplished a 4x4-fli-routine based on this, I'll gladly explain the details.
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