The bit-twiddling magic of two's complement, explained

Circuit Scaling for Analog Computing

T* makes for a poor optional<T&>

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12/15/2021

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The bit-twiddling magic of two's complement, explained

Published: 14 December 2021
Tags: math


I had to slog through learning binary mathematical operations for my electrical engineering degree, and now you can too! Kevin Galligan does a great job of explaining how two's compliment works and why it's relevant to programming.


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Circuit Scaling for Analog Computing

Published: 14 December 2021
Tags: hardware


"A differential equation-solving analog device is a reconfigurable computing platform that leverages the physics of the underlying substrate to implement dynamical system computations". Sara Achour's extensive article goes into the details on behavior of such a device and its functionality.


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T* makes for a poor optional<T&>

Published: 13 December 2021
Tags: cpp


In this informative article, Barry Revzin explains the nuances of why T* and why have the optional meta function would make it easier for programmers to write algorithms.


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