The various audio coding technologies presented in earlier chapters need to be stitched together to form a complete audio coding algorithm, which in turn needs to be implemented on a physical platform such as a DSP or other microprocessors. Toward this end, a lot of practical issues need to be effectively addressed, including but not limited to the following: Data Structure. The audio samples need to be properly organized and managed in such a way that is suitable for both encoding and decoding processing. Entropy Codebooks. To maximize the efficiency of entropy coding, a variety of entropy codebooks need to be adaptively deployed to match the statistic properties of various sources being coded.
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