Steve reintroduces parallel interfacing, concentrating on application examples.
[author : Steve Ciarcia]
Some interesting design considerations make for a challenging project.
[author : Jonathan Amsterdam]
How do you turn excitation into intoxicate? ANAGRAM.PAS uses a probability table.
[author : Bob Keefer]
This plug-in board provides 32-bit computing power and math processing for IBM PCs and compatibles.
[author : Trevor Marshall, Christopher Jones, and Sigi Kluger]
A walk through Truss2, a BASIC program that assists engineers in the designing of truss-type structures.
[author : Chris Pedicini]
An introduction to the problems inherent in circuit modeling, including linearizing nonlinear elements and solving large simultaneous equations.
[author : Wolfram Blume]
Based on the circuit analysis program SPICE, this modeling and simulation routine runs on a Commodore 64.
[author : David Mc Neill]
An emulator that can help you debug assembly language programs.
[author : George Dinwiddie]
This finite-element method works on an IBM PC
[author : Robert W. Johnson and Fernando G. Loygorri]
A technique for stress analysis using a coupled boundary-element/finite-difference method.
[author : D. Lee Petersen and Steven L. Crouch]
You can weight options and do "what if" searches with this program written in Turbo Pascal.
[author : Brother Tom Sawyer and Michael Pecht]
With these two programs, you can estimate critical properties and liquid viscosities and build a database for physical property estimation.
[author : J. Neil Stone]
[author : Jon Edwards]
A machine with 128K bytes of RAM, two microprocessors, and a C-64 mode.
[author : William Wiese Jr.]
An IBM PC AT clone capable of operating even faster than the AT.
[author : John D. Unger]
An IBM PC XT compatible that is hardware-switchable between 4.77 MHz and 8 MHz.
[author : John D. Unger]
Two implementations of LISP with different levels of functionality and support.
[author : William Wong]
A version of the OPS5 programming language designed for the Macintosh.
[author : William Jacobs]
A look at five software packages for running A/D boards.
[author : Patricia Wirth and Lincoln E. Ford]
A no-nonsense daisy-wheel printer that delivers high-quality output.
[author : Robert D. Swearengin]
Readers respond to previous reviews.
Lapboard computers and new products make portable computing easier.
[author : Jerry Pournelle]
A small segment of the software industry has turned into a significant market.
[author : Bruce Webster]
Dick gives an update on the Transputer and describes the Computing Surface.
[author : Dick Pountain]
[author : William M. Raike]
Is it worth overlooking flaws to get inexpensive software?
[author : Ezra Shapiro]