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.

# Monthly Archives: July 2012

# The mathematical induction; Project Euler Problem 6

When I saw the sixth problem of project euler, there was only one thought in my mind. This problem requires no programming at all.

# Project Euler Problem 5

What is the smallest number divisible by each of the numbers 1to 20? Let’s brute force…

# Project Euler Problem 3

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.

# Project Euler Problem 2

Last night, I got nostalgic about Project Euler. So, I decided to set a (very) long term goal. Solve as many project euler problems as I can. Since problem 1 is already out of my list, here we go with problem 2.

# Guess who’s back, new project

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.