Circuit Cellar Issue 075 October 1996 - PDF

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ISSUE 75
October 1996
Theme: FUZZY LOGIC

Task Manager—Blowing Candles, by Janice Marinelli, 2.
Reader I/O, 6.
New Product News, 8.
An Introduction To Fuzzy Logic, by Chris Sakkas, 12..
Practical Fuzzy-Logic Design—The Fuzzy-Logic Advantage, by Constantin von Altrock, 16.
A Fuzzy-Logic Thermostat, by Constantin von Altrock, 22.
Designing Medical Electronic Prototypes—Part 2: Testing for Electrical Safety, by David Prutchi, 28.
Getting Started With Xilinx EPLDs—Part 2: Hands-On Project—Concept and Design, by David Rector, 38.
Firmware Furnace—Tuning Up—Part 3: Zerobeat Power, by Ed Nisley, 48.
From the Bench—Just One Mile More—Creating a PIC-Based Pedometer, by Jeff Bachiochi, 54.
Silicon Update—Stop Me Before I Crash Again, by Tom Cantrell, 58.
ConnecTime—Excerpts from the Circuit Cellar BBS, conducted by Ken Davidson, 91.
Priority Interrupt—The Radical Fringe, by Steve Ciarcia, 104.
EMBEDDED PC SECTION
Nouveau PC, edited by Harv Weiner, 64.
Embedded PCs Go Industrial—Part 1: PCs and Automation, by Naren Nachiappan, 69.
Embedding QNX In Flash, by Mike Baylis, 73.
PC/104 Quarter—Where No ’104 Module Has Gone Before—The Advent of PCI-PC/104, by Rick Lehrbaum, 79.
Applied PCs—The Black Art of Embedded Peripherals, by Fred Eady, 85.