Circuit Cellar Issue 103 February 1999-PDF

Circuit Cellar Issue 103 February 1999-PDF

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ISSUE 103
February 1999
Theme: REAL-WORLD PROGRAMMING

Task Manager—Avoiding the Fuzzy Faux Pas, Elizabeth Laurencot, 2.
Reader I/O, 6.
New Product News, 8.
Fuzzy Logic Becomes Velvet Programming, by Walter Banks, 12.
Truck Speed Limiter Control, by Constantin von Altrok, 16.
Fuzzy Footfalls—Pressure Sensing in a Medical Shoe, by Constantin von Altrok, 20.
C++ LITE—A C++ Dialect for Embedded Systems, by John Carbone, 26.
Multiprocessor Communications—Part 2: Serial Communication Methods, by Stuart Ball, 34.
MicroSeries—TPU—Part 2: Freeing the CPU, by Joe DiBartolmeo, 66.
From The Bench—JTAG Testability, by Jeff Bachiochi, 74.
Silicon Update—Car 1451 Where are You–A look at the 1451 Standard, by Tom Cantrell, 78.
Priority Interrupt—Survey 101, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.
EMBEDDED PC SECTION
Nouveau PC, edited by Harv Weiner, 42.
An OS For Test And Measurement, by Thomas Wall and Mike Bauer, 46.
Real-Time PC—Embedded RT-Linux, Part 4: Developing Under Linux gcc/gdb, by Ingo Cyliax, 51.
Applied PCs—In the Face of Medusa, Part 2: A Whole New Solution, by Fred Eady 59.