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DSPACK may be used in the Server/Client mode. DSPACK data are kept in shared memory and the clients communicate with the server via FIFO's.
For many applications it is convenient to use the server with a number of clients which start, perform a specific operation on the server's data and then exit.
A set of simple tools like this is provided. Each tool is a small program which may take command line arguments, connects to the server and passes control to a DSPACK library routine.