Coursera14 (4/27/2013 9:08:14 AM) comp.dsp I have previously posted about some Coursera courses though
with less interest than I might have expected.
Maybe this one people will find more interesting:
-- ... glen
1250MHz ADC59 (3/29/2013 5:59:17 AM) comp.dsp While following the discussion about 8b10b coding, I happened to see a
page on 10GbaseT. It seems that 1250MHz 7 bit ADCs (and 10 bit DACs)
Much filtering and echo cancellation is done to th... glen
Learning from Data118 (3/27/2013 9:13:24 PM) comp.dsp I previously posted here about the Caltech Machine learning course,
"Learning from Data."
I just learned that the last session ever will start next week.
Registration (free) is at:
Machine Learning Course (free)632 (12/8/2012 12:15:52 AM) comp.dsp This might be a litte bit away from DSP, but maybe not so far away.
A new session will start in January:
In case some here would be interested, and hadn't heard ... glen
Numerical or Analytical960 (6/15/2012 11:05:39 PM) comp.dsp I hope this isn't too far off topic.
I was wondering recently about the changes in how math is taught,
with more numerical emphasis than there used to be.
For those who haven't taken an SAT recently, not... glen
how to make an amplifier255 (4/2/2012 8:59:39 AM) comp.dsp http://www.ehow.com/how_6562564_make-tv-antenna-amplifier.html How to build an amplifier from a magnet and coat hanger. -- glen ... glen
Lytro280 (3/15/2012 2:11:19 AM) comp.dsp After seeing discussino of the Lytro light-field camera, the first thought I had was that DSP would be pretty important in making it work. Yet I don't remember seeing any discussion of it. The article describi... glen
unclipping1466 (3/5/2012 1:12:03 AM) comp.dsp I have a digitized WAV file about 71 minutes long (actually, 10 files totaling 71 minutes) with three samples clipped, I believe not all consecutive. I can't actually hear them, as I usually can with much mor... glen
The or operator and the preprocessor?375 (2/13/2012 2:08:00 AM) comp.lang.c++ error: "or" cannot be used as a macro name as it is an operator in C++ In C, the preprocessor does what its name says, and occurs before the compiler sees tokens and reserved words. Is that not true in C++? ... glen
JBIG2 AT pixels071 (2/8/2012 5:58:10 AM) comp.text.pdf I am working on a JBIG2 encoder, and am considering moving the AT pixels to other positions. I wonder if PDF readers special case the default positions, such that they would run faster for that case. So far, ... glen
integer multiplication #210 (5/20/2013 3:46:11 AM) comp.lang.c
(cross posted to comp.dsp and comp.lang.c.)
are compilers now-a-days smart enough to multiply two N-bit numbers to
a 2N-bit result without wasting instructions in the generated machine
like, we ... rbj(3911)
Gravity Vector Tracking385 (5/1/2013 7:54:06 PM) comp.dsp Looking for suggestions or pointers on how to track the gravity vector
in 6D data.
Digital Signal Labs
Standalone C wrapper to C++ library98 (5/7/2013 10:51:45 PM) comp.lang.c Hi all,
I am not an experienced C developer and would like to know if there are good resources for, or better yet real-world examples of, wrapping a C++ library in C such that application written using it don'... aditya.siram(54)
Clipped before FFT282 (5/10/2013 11:17:08 PM) comp.dsp I have been experimenting with some time-domain pre-processing to
improve the reliability of an FFT application. The application is
extracting the RPM of an engine from the sound it makes. Prior to
these e... no-one5677(19)
FTP Windows 7 to VMS151 (5/13/2013 10:44:46 AM) comp.os.vms Hi all,
Sorry for the Windows(ish) question but what the hell do I have to turn
off to get command line (out-of-the-box) FTP to work PUTing files to VMS?
XP is fine, W2K is fine, but VMS times out tryin... maher_rjSPAMLESS(28)
reference type for C551 (5/16/2013 2:08:43 PM) comp.lang.c I like the reference type that has been introduced with C++
I wondered why isn't that feature retrofitted in C.
Is there something hindering it?
thx - roar -
A purely theoretical question172 (5/16/2013 4:59:48 PM) comp.dsp Hi group
I have a purely theoretical question.
When doing a FFT of an unwindowed pure sine signal, if the frequency
doesn't match a bin frequency, many bins will have a magnitude > 0.
Because the magnit... me6228(314)