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# The CASPER Toolflow
Welcome to the CASPER Toolflow repository, `mlib_devel`!
## What is mlib_devel?
The `mlib_devel` repository contains is a set of FPGA DSP libraries and programming tools developed and maintained by the [Collaboration for Astronomical Signal Processing and Electronics Research (CASPER)](http://casper.berkeley.edu/>). Within the collaboration, this collection of software is affectionately referred to as *The Toolflow.*
`mlib_devel` is a set of FPGA DSP libraries and programming tools maintained by the [Collaboration for Astronomical Signal Processing and Electronics Research (CASPER)](http://casper.berkeley.edu/>). Within the collaboration, it is affectionately referred to as *The Toolflow.*
``mlib_devel`` allows you to generate signal processing designs using MATLAB's graphical programming tool `Simulink`. These designs can be turned into FPGA bitstreams and loaded onto a variety of supported hardware platforms to perform real-time digital signal processing systems. CASPER also provides a Python software library for interacting with running designs: [casperfpga ](https://github.com/casper-astro/casperfpga).
The CASPER toolflow allows you to generate signal processing designs using MATLAB's graphical programming tool `Simulink`. These designs can be turned into FPGA bitstreams and loaded onto a variety of supported hardware platforms to perform real-time digital signal processing systems. CASPER also provides a Python software library for interacting with running designs: [casperfpga ](https://github.com/casper-astro/casperfpga).
## Using mlib_devel
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<dd>Codebase for embedded software processors used by the toolflow.</dd>
<dt>jasper_library/yellow_blocks</dt>
<dd>Python classes for each yellow block in the simulink `xps_library`.</dd>
<dd>Python classes for each yellow block in the simulink xps_library.</dd>
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