Digital Signal Processor (DSP) is a digital signal processing Java
applet designed upon principle integration formulas, signal data set and their graphical
presentations. Originally this module was developed as a part of seismic data processing
system WSG for Windows 9x/NT/ME/2000/XP and was written in Microsoft Visual C++. Window
formulas are the kernel of DSP: any window can contain a formula defining its contents.
This formula can reference signal in other Windows, incorporate mathematical functions,
and generate signals. In some cases this program is similar to the DADiSP software package.
Current version of DSP support up to 16 windows. Also 8 graphics may be overloaded on to the