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Microcontrollers, Advanced Advanced Challenges With Real-Time Systems

Microcontrollers, Advanced Advanced Challenges With Real-Time Systems

Microcontrollers, Advanced Advanced Challenges With Real-Time Systems . January 30, 2012 Jack Ganssle. Design for Speed. Keep ISRs Short! Avoid loops Remove all unneeded code Understand the cost of a LOC. Hart 7.3 digit cos(x):.

By nelly
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Making of Micromouse

Making of Micromouse

Making of Micromouse. P.Raghavendra Prasad Final Yr EEE. www.raghu.co.nr. INTRODUCTION. Micromouse is an autonomous robot designed to reach the center of an unknown maze in shortest possible time and distance . www.raghu.co.nr. M I C R O C O N T R O L L E R. MOTOR DRIVER.

By pooky
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Network Programming Nov 21, 2002

Network Programming Nov 21, 2002

Network Programming Nov 21, 2002. 15-213 “The course that gives CMU its Zip!”. Topics Programmer’s view of the Internet (review) Sockets interface Writing clients and servers. class26.ppt. A Client-Server Transaction. Every network application is based on the client-server model:

By tessica
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Ashutosh Shukla Lecture 3 Network Programming

Ashutosh Shukla Lecture 3 Network Programming

Ashutosh Shukla Lecture 3 Network Programming. CS 640: Computer Networking. Topics. Client-server model Sockets interface Socket primitives Example code for echoclient and echoserver Debugging With GDB Programming Assignment 1 (MNS). Client/sever model.

By Olivia
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7. BASIC TYPES

7. BASIC TYPES

7. BASIC TYPES. Systems of numeration. Numeric Types. C’s basic types include integer types and floating types. Integer types can be either signed or unsigned. A value of a signed type can be either negative, zero, or positive. A value of an unsigned type must be zero or positive.

By tamika
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Estruturas Fundamentais

Estruturas Fundamentais

Estruturas Fundamentais. Sumário. Objetivo do Curso Estruturas de Dados Fundamentais Implementação Java A classe Array A classe LinkedList Implementação C++ A classe Array A classe LinkedList. Objetivo do Curso. Estudo de tipos abstratos de dados tais como Pilhas Filas Deques Listas

By solana
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CSE 5311 Fundamentals of Computer Science

CSE 5311 Fundamentals of Computer Science

CSE 5311 Fundamentals of Computer Science. C++ Programming. C++ Profile. C++ was developed by Bjarne Stroustrup in the early 80’s at Bell Labs. C++ is a high-level language hybrid language. It supports both object-oriented programming and procedural-based (structured) programming.

By bela
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Apple acknowledges reception woes

Apple acknowledges reception woes

inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~cs61c UCB CS61C : Machine Structures Lecture 9 – Introduction to MIPS Procedures II, Logical Ops, & Instruction Format I. 2010 - 07-06. Instructor Paul Pearce.

By karma
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Today

Today

Today. Welcome Reading: Chapter 1 MOS P1: Administrivia Gentle Introduction: History, OS Roles, H/W basics Break: Meet your classmates, form a team 2-3 P2: Systems structures, OS Components . What To Do This Week. 1 . Read Chapter 1, 2 of MOS 2. Look at the course web

By mandy
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V. P. Nelson

V. P. Nelson

C programming for embedded microcontroller systems. Assumes experience with assembly language programming. V. P. Nelson. Outline. Program organization and microcontroller memory Data types, constants, variables Microcontroller register/port addresses Operators: arithmetic, logical, shift

By goro
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Mobile Apps Programming

Mobile Apps Programming

Mobile Apps Programming. Chin-Sung Lin Eleanor Roosevelt High School. Mobile Apps Programming. Mobile Platforms Mobile Programming Tools Objective-C Language iPhone Apps Development Architecture iPhone App – Elro Movie Channel iPhone App – Quadratic Calculator

By ting
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Data Representation in Memory CSCI 224 / ECE 317: Computer Architecture

Data Representation in Memory CSCI 224 / ECE 317: Computer Architecture

Data Representation in Memory CSCI 224 / ECE 317: Computer Architecture. Instructor: Prof. Jason Fritts. Slides adapted from Bryant & O’Hallaron’s slides. Data Representation in Memory. Basic memory organization Bits & Bytes – basic units of Storage in computers

By xuan
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Introduction to C Programming

Introduction to C Programming

Introduction to C Programming. Overview of C Hello World program Unix environment C programming basics. Overview of C. Preceded by BCPL and B Developed by Dennis Ritchie Bell Labs in 1972 Portable (machine-independent) Used in UNIX, networks. Hello World Program.

By tiana
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CMPE-013/L Unions and Bitfields

CMPE-013/L Unions and Bitfields

CMPE-013/L Unions and Bitfields. Gabriel Hugh Elkaim Spring 2013. Unions. Definition. Unions: May contain any number of members Members may be of any data type Are as large as their largest member Use exactly the same syntax as structures except struct is replaced with union.

By erik
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Binary Logic (review)

Binary Logic (review)

Binary Logic (review). Basic logical operators: (Chapter 7 expanded) NOT AND – outputs 1 only if both inputs are 1 OR – outputs 1 if at lest one input is 1 XOR – outputs 1 if exactly one input is 1. Binary Logic. Logic operators in C : && and

By crescent
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C language2

C language2

C language2. C data types. Qualifier . long - long int (4 bytes) short – short ing (2 bytes) signed – signed int = int unsigned –unsigned int =int (0-65535). Basic input/output function. Output printf (“format”,arg1,arg2,…) putch (char) puts (string) Input

By liuz
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Bit Fields & Bitwise Operations

Bit Fields & Bitwise Operations

Bit Fields & Bitwise Operations. CS-2301, System Programming for Non-Majors (Slides include materials from The C Programming Language , 2 nd edition, by Kernighan and Ritchie and from C: How to Program , 5 th and 6 th editions, by Deitel and Deitel). Bitwise Operations.

By guido
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ecs30 Summer 2014: Programming and Problem Solving # 06: Chapters 3-8

ecs30 Summer 2014: Programming and Problem Solving # 06: Chapters 3-8

ecs30 Summer 2014: Programming and Problem Solving # 06: Chapters 3-8. Dr. S. Felix Wu Computer Science Department University of California, Davis http://www.cs.ucdavis.edu/~wu/ wu@cs.ucdavis.edu. “sorting”. Input: three non-negative integers Output:

By march
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Chapter 1 The First Flight

Chapter 1 The First Flight

Chapter 1 The First Flight. Creating the first project and saying “ Hello to the World ”. Checklist. The following tools will be used throughout the course: MPLAB X, Integrated Development Environment (v1.8 or later, free) MPLAB XC16, C compiler (v1.11 or later, free)

By nevaeh
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Lecture 21

Lecture 21

Lecture 21. _getproc proc near pushf ;Secure flag register contents push di ;== Determine whether model came before or after 80286 === xor ax,ax ;Set AX to 0 push ax ;and push onto stack

By espen
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