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Jack Crenshaw

Jack Crenshaw is a systems engineer and the author of Math Toolkit for Real-Time Programming. He holds a PhD in physics from Auburn University. E-mail him at jcrens@earthlink.net.

Mea Culpa

After apologizing for certain misdeeds and offering a glimpse of the future, Jack asks whether an RTOS is even worth the trouble. I begin this…

Bad Trip

A move gone awry adds names to the list of Good Guys and Bad Guys. You might be surprised to see who ends up where….

Black Tuesday

This month, Jack discusses the tragedy of September 11, a storm in Florida, and-we kid you not-the final function minimizer. This is not going to…

Where Do We Stand?

The minimizer series is winding down. This month, Jack adds the features that make this addition to your toolbox safe for the road. Imagine that…

Making It Work

We often take wireless communications for granted, without considering the underlying complexity and technological barriers. It's worth taking a closer look at those aspects. You…

Looking at Clouds

It turns out that Brent was wrong when he combined bisection with parabolic interpolation. There's a better way to converge on a minimum. The lyrics…