Where will you be when the zombie apocalypse hits? Trapping yourself in the basement? Roasting the family pet? Beheading reanimated neighbors? No way. You ll be building fortresses, setting traps, and hoarding supplies, because you, savvy survivor, have snatched up your copy of The Maker´s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse before it s too late. This indispensable guide to survival after Z-day, written by hardware hacker and zombie anthropologist Simon Monk, will teach you how to generate your own electricity, salvage parts, craft essential electronics, and out-survive the undead.,pTake charge of your environment: Monitor zombie movement with trip wires and motion sensors Keep vigilant watch over your compound with Arduino and Raspberry Pi surveillance systems Power zombie defense devices with car batteries, bicycle generators, and solar power Escape imminent danger: Repurpose old disposable cameras for zombie-distracting flashbangs Open doors remotely for a successful sprint home
This book offers readers a clear guide to implementing engineering applications with FPGAs, from the mathematical description to the hardware synthesis, including discussion of VHDL programming and co-simulation issues. Coverage includes FPGA realizations such as: chaos generators that are described from their mathematical models; artificial neural networks (ANNs) to predict chaotic time series, for which a discussion of different ANN topologies is included, with different learning techniques and activation functions; random number generators (RNGs) that are realized using different chaos generators, and discussions of their maximum Lyapunov exponent values and entropies. Finally, optimized chaotic oscillators are synchronized and realized to implement a secure communication system that processes black and white and grey-scale images. In each application, readers will find VHDL programming guidelines and computer arithmetic issues, along with co-simulation examples with Active-HDL and Simulink. The whole book provides a practical guide to implementing a variety of engineering applications from VHDL programming and co-simulation issues, to FPGA realizations of chaos generators, ANNs for chaotic time-series prediction, RNGs and chaotic secure communications for image transmission. Esteban Tlelo-Cuautle received a B.Sc. degree from Instituto Tecnológico de Puebla México in 1993. He then received both M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees from Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica, Óptica y Electrónica (INAOE) México in 1995 and 2000, respectively. From 2001 he is appointed as Tenure Professor at INAOE. He has authored or edited 13 books and more than 250 works published in book chapters, journals and conferences. He serves as Associate Editor in IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers (2016-2017), Integration - the VLSI Journal (2013-2016), and IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II: Express Briefs (2014-2015). He has been Technical Program Committee member of major conferences in the areas of circuits and systems (CAS). His research interests include modeling, design and synthesis of integrated CAS, design and applications of chaotic systems, CAS optimization by heuristics, symbolic analysis and analog/RF and mixed-signal design automation tools. Jose de Jesus Rangel-Magdaleno received the B.E. degree in electronics engineering and the M.E. degree in electrical engineering on hardware signal processing from Universidad de Guanajuato, Mexico in 2006 and 2008, respectively. He received the Ph.D. degree in mechatronics from the Universidad Autonoma de Queretaro, Mexico in 2011. He is currently Titular Researcher at the Electronics Department at INAOE, Mexico. He has authored 20 journal articles and 21 conferences papers. He is a member of the Mexican national research system (SNI), level 1. His research interests include FPGAs, signal and image processing, instrumentation and mechatronics. Luis Gerardo de la Fraga received the B.Sc. degree from the Veracruz Institute of Technology, Mexico, in 1992, the M.Sc. degree from the National Institute of Astrophysics, Optics and Electronics, Mexico, in 1994, in Electrical Engineering; and the Ph.D. degree from the Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain, in 1998 in Informatics Engineering. From 1998 to 2000, he was Assistant Professor in the Autonomous University of Morelos State, in Cuernavaca, Mexico. Since 2000, he is working as researcher scientist at Cinvestav in the Computer Science Department in Mexico City. His research interests include computer graphics, computer vision, image processing, optimization, network security, and he is very enthusiastic of open-source software and GNU/Linux systems. He has authored more tan fifty technical articles published in journals, book chapters, and international conference proceedings. Dr. De la Fraga is member of IEEE and ACM since 2005.
Formation Methods, Models, and Hardware Implementation of Pseudorandom Number Generators:Emerging Research and Opportunities Stepan Bilan
This book describes a model-based development approach for globally-asynchronous locally-synchronous distributed embedded controllers. This approach uses Petri nets as modeling formalism to create platform and network independent models supporting the use of design automation tools. To support this development approach, the Petri nets class in use is extended with time-domains and asynchronous-channels. The authors approach uses models not only providing a better understanding of the distributed controller and improving the communication among the stakeholders, but also to be ready to support the entire lifecycle, including the simulation, the verification (using model-checking tools), the implementation (relying on automatic code generators), and the deployment of the distributed controller into specific platforms. Uses a graphical and intuitive modeling formalism supported by design automation tools; Enables verification, ensuring that the distributed controller was correctly specified; Provides flexibility in the implementation and maintenance phases to achieve desired constraints (high performance, low power consumption, reduced costs), enabling porting to different platforms using different communication nodes, without changing the underlying behavioral model.
Your indispensable guide to mastering the efficient use of D3.js in professional-standard data visualization projects. You will learn what data visualization is, how to work with it, and how to think like a D3.js expert, both practically and theoretically. Practical D3.js does not just show you how to use D3.js, it teaches you how to think like a data scientist and work with the data in the real world. In Part One, you will learn about theories behind data visualization. In Part Two, you will learn how to use D3.js to create the best charts and layouts. Uniquely, this book intertwines the technical details of D3.js with practical topics such as data journalism and the use of open government data. Written by leading data scientists Tarek Amr and Rayna Stamboliyska, this book is your guide to using D3.js in the real world - add it to your library today. You Will Learn: How to think like a data scientist and present data in the best way What structure and design strategies you can use for compelling data visualization How to use data binding, animations and events, scales, and color pickers How to use shapes, path generators, arcs and polygons Who This Book is For: This book is for anyone who wants to learn to master the use of D3.js in a practical manner, while still learning the important theoretical aspects needed to enable them to work with their data in the best possible way. Tarek Amr achieved his postgraduate degree in data mining and machine learning from the University of East Anglia. He currently works as a data scientist in Amsterdam. He has more than 10 years experience in software development. Tarek participates in training data journalists and he works on promoting open data. Rayna Stamboliyska is a trained scientist whose professional journey has shifted into data-driven innovation and strategy. She consults for international organizations, businesses, media and nonprofits and is a polylingual bookworm. She conducts risk and crisis management assessments using OSINT on a daily basis and frequently works in conflict and post-conflict zones in MENA, Eastern Europe and Africa. She is the founder of the first-ever action research and service consultancy around open knowledge in the MENA region and the curator of Data Colada, the only French-speaking weekly resource on data. Crunching data is an integral part of her existence, and so is data visualization. She frequently trains curious individuals about open data and data journalism.
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This book serves as a single-source reference to sinusoidal oscillators and waveform generators, using classical as well as a variety of modern electronic circuit building blocks. It provides a state-of-the-art review of a large variety of sinusoidal oscillators and waveform generators and includes a catalogue of over 600 configurations of oscillators and waveform generators, describing their relevant design details and salient performance features/limitations. The authors discuss a number of interesting, open research problems and include a comprehensive collection of over 1500 references on oscillators and non-sinusoidal waveform generators/relaxation oscillators. Offers readers a single-source reference to everything connected to sinusoidal oscillators and waveform generators, using classical as well as modern electronic circuit building blocks; Provides a state-of-the-art review of a large variety of sinusoidal oscillators and waveform generators; Includes a catalog of over 600 configurations of oscillators and waveform generators, with their relevant design details and their salient performance features/limitations. Raj Senani received B.Sc. from Lucknow University, B.Sc. Engg. from HBTI, Kanpur, M.E. (Honors) from MNNIT, Allahabad and Ph.D. in Electrical Engg. from University of Allahabad, India. Dr. Senani became a Professor of Electronics and Communication Engineering at Delhi Institute of Technology, now known as Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology (NSIT), New Delhi, in 1990 and has held the positions of Head and Dean of various Departments, as well as Institute Director, a number of times since then. His last assignment as Director, NSIT, was from October 2008 to December 30, 2014. His areas of research interest are Bipolar and CMOS Analog Integrated Circuits and Analog Signal Processing and he has authored/co-authored over 140 research papers in International Journals, 04 book chapters and 02 monographs, namely, `Current feedback Operational Amplifiers and their Applications (Springer 2013) and `Current Conveyors: Variants, Applications and Hardware implementations (Springer 2014). He is serving as the Editor-in-Chief of IETE Journal of Education and an Associate Editor for Circuits, Systems and Signal Processing , since 2003. Professor Senani is a Senior Member of IEEE, Fellow of IE (India), Life Fellow of IETE (India) and was elected a Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences, India (NASI), in 2008. He is the recipient of Second Laureate of the 25th Khwarizmi International Award for the year 2012. D. R. Bhaskar received B.Sc. from Agra University, B. Tech. from IIT, Kanpur, M.Tech. from IIT, Delhi and Ph.D. from University of Delhi. Dr. Bhaskar has been a full Professor of ECE at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, since 2002 and has served as the Head of the Department of ECE during 2002-2005. Professor Bhaskar is a Senior Member of IEEE, A Fellow of IE (India) and a Life Fellow of IETE (India). His areas of research interest are Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing and he has authored/co-authored over 75 research papers in International Journals, 03 book chapters and 02 monographs, namely, `Current feedback Operational Amplifiers and their Applications (Springer 2013) and `Current Conveyors: Variants, Applications and Hardware implementations (Springer 2014). V. K Singh obtained B.E. and M. E. degrees in Electrical Engineering from M. N. R. Engineering College, Allahabad and Ph.D. in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Uttar Pradesh Technical University, India. He has been a full Professor of Electronics and Communication Engineering at IET, Lucknow since 2004 and has functioned as Head of the Electronics Engineering Department during 1986-1988, 2007-2010 and 2013-onwards. He has been Dean of Research and Development since 2007. He is a member of IEEE and a Fellow of IETE (India). His teaching and research interests are in the areas of Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing. He has authored/co-authored 16 research papers in various international Journals, 02 book Chapters and a monograph namely, `Current feedback Operational Amplifiers and their Applications (Springer 2013). R. K. Sharma received A.M.I.E. (India) in Electronics and Communication Engineering in 1989 from The Institution of Engineers (India) Kolkata, M.E. in Control and Instrumentation in 1994 from MNNIT, Allahabad and Ph.D. from University of Delhi in 2007. Dr. Sharma has been Associate Professor in the
Kurzinfo: Supermicro AOM-TPM-9665H - Hardwaresicherheitschip Gruppe Systemzubehör Hersteller Super Micro Hersteller Art. Nr. AOM-TPM-9665H EAN/UPC Produktbeschreibung: Supermicro AOM-TPM-9665H - Hardwaresicherheitschip Produkttyp Hardwaresicherheitschip Abmessungen (Breite x Tiefe x Höhe) 2.6 cm x 1.56 cm x 1.31 cm Funktionen Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0, Intel Trusted Execution Technology (Intel TXT), horizontale Ausrichtung, Hardware Root of Trust, True Random Number Generator (TRNG), tick counter with tamper detection, protection against Dictionary Attack, Endorsement Key (EK), over/under voltage detection, low frequency sensor, high frequency filter, reset filter, Memory Encryption/Decryption (MED) Ausführliche Details Allgemein Produkttyp Hardwaresicherheitschip Breite 2.6 cm Tiefe 1.56 cm Höhe 1.31 cm Verschiedenes Leistungsmerkmale Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0, Intel Trusted Execution Technology (Intel TXT), horizontale Ausrichtung, Hardware Root of Trust, True Random Number
Der Teensy 3.5 ist ein vollständiges USB-basiertes Microcontroller-Entwicklungssystem mit sehr geringen Abmessungen. Die gesamte Programmierung erfolgt über die USB-Schnittstelle. Es wird kein spezielles Programmiergerät benötigt, nur ein Standard-Mini-B-USB-Kabel und ein PC oder Macintosh mit einer USB-Schnittstelle. Technische Eigenschaften • 120 MHz ARM Cortex-M4 with Floating Point Unit • 512K Flash, 192K RAM, 4K EEPROM • Microcontroller Chip MK64FX512VMD12 • 1 CAN Bus Port • 16 General Purpose DMA Channels • 5 Volt Tolerance On All Digital I/O Pins • 62 I/O Pins (42 breadboard friendly) • 25 Analog Inputs to 2 ADCs with 13 bits resolution • 2 Analog Outputs (DACs) with 12 bit resolution • 20 PWM Outputs • USB Full Speed (12 Mbit/sec) Port • Ethernet mac, capable of full 100 Mbit/sec speed • Native (4 bit SDIO) micro SD card port • I2S Audio Port, 4 Channel Digital Audio Input & Output • 14 Hardware Timers • Cryptographic Acceleration Unit • Random Number Generator • CRC Computation Unit • 6 Serial Ports (2 with FIFO & Fast Baud Rates) • 3 SPI Ports (1 with FIFO) • 3 I2C Ports • Real Time Clock
Der Teensy 3.6 ist ein vollständiges USB-basiertes Microcontroller-Entwicklungssystem mit sehr geringen Abmessungen. Die gesamte Programmierung erfolgt über die USB-Schnittstelle. Es wird kein spezielles Programmiergerät benötigt, nur ein Standard-Mini-B-USB-Kabel und ein PC oder Macintosh mit einer USB-Schnittstelle. Technische Eigenschaften • 180 MHz ARM Cortex-M4 with Floating Point Unit • 1M Flash, 256K RAM, 4K EEPROM • Microcontroller Chip MK66FX1M0VMD18 • USB High Speed (480 Mbit/sec) Port • 2 CAN Bus Ports • 32 General Purpose DMA Channels • 22 PWM Outputs • 4 I2C Ports • 11 Touch Sensing Inputs • 62 I/O Pins (42 breadboard friendly) • 25 Analog Inputs to 2 ADCs with 13 bits resolution • 2 Analog Outputs (DACs) with 12 bit resolution • 20 PWM Outputs • USB Full Speed (12 Mbit/sec) Port • Ethernet mac, capable of full 100 Mbit/sec speed • Native (4 bit SDIO) micro SD card port • I2S Audio Port, 4 Channel Digital Audio Input & Output • 14 Hardware Timers • Cryptographic Acceleration Unit • Random Number Generator • CRC Computation Unit • 6 Serial Ports (2 with FIFO & Fast Baud Rates) • 3 SPI Ports (1 with FIFO) • 3 I2C Ports • Real Time Clock