One of the most amazing and useful theorems in Circuit Theory is the Miller’s Theorem (named after John Milton Miller). It helps a lot when you want a quick analysis of the high frequency performance of an amplifier.
When I saw the sixth problem of project euler, there was only one thought in my mind. This problem requires no programming at all.
What is the smallest number divisible by each of the numbers 1to 20? Let’s brute force…
Ok, so what do we have here? We have a number, a really big number, and we must prime factorize it. This example is just a glimpse of MATLAB’s superiority over other languages when it comes to maths, because we can instantly take advantage of one of the many ready-to-use functions.
That’s right! After 20 days of exhausting exams, I managed to survive and write this post.
So, what’s the new_project(slash)summer_project? A homemade computer! I know, not so original, but building your own mini-computer is something worth your time. Just imagine the feeling of having a customizable computer system under your full control. Yes, that’s my motivation.
To begin with, it is going to be based on a pic. External ram, lcd screen, some more storage space and, maybe, a keyboard. More to be added is expected in the future. In case you are interested, I’ll be posting updates, frequently.