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This project will use 3D Human Emulation using sensors to pickup human movements and displaying them on GUI for analysis.
Custom uav is a complete flight control system in development. The project includes everything required for unmanned flight.
The future of information technology will be based on controlling the flow of natural light. This project is an attempt to establish the code (or software) that will enable this to happen. It involves rewriting an OS from the ground up.
A Computer Algebraic System. Designed to do advanced mathematical operations and calculations with a simple user interface.
Design and implementation of silicon and software for baseband processors conforming to IEEE wireless standards. Initial focus on WiMAX and WiFi.
A lightweight, simple and easy to use embedded system task scheduler. RataOS is written as a high level C, with a simple HAL & API structure, allowing it to be ported between embedded devices easily.
Optimized H.264 baseline codec for PC and TI DSP DM6437.SFIPExe is TI DSP DM6437 based video/audio/command/sensor interface for IP address activities controlling. Information available at: http://www.smallfishdev.com. "SFIPExe" Video availabe in YouTub
this is a anti malware program based on behavoir detection (hips), and something fairly unique instruction analysis. and definitions
You’ve likely added a tool to fix one problem and then a different tool to fix another problem. Pretty soon you have multiple instances of the same tool, different tools with overlapping functionality, no ability to collaborate across teams—all resulting in unknown bottlenecks and complicated or no reporting. As a DevOps leader, it’s up to you to balance the autonomy and flexibility of a DevOps approach. But how?Sponsored Listing
This C library implements all questions generally asked in any technical interview, like finding the second largest number in an array, stack implementation of an in-order tree walk etc.