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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.

Worth the Wait

It's taken a long time and there's still some tweaking to do, but the basic minimizer is done. Hopefully, the result is worth the wait….

Ramblin’ Jack

Despite making every effort to avoid it, Jack keeps running into new problems with minimization at the heart of the solution. Regular readers know that…

It’s Not Over

The fat lady hasn't sung yet, but she's warming up backstage. This month, Jack unveils part of his long-awaited minimizer. It's ironic, don't you think,…

Oops! I Did It Again

To read original PDF of the print article, click here. Embedded Systems ProgrammingProgrammer's Toolbox Oops! I Did It Again Jack Crenshaw Jack returns from holiday…

A Change of Face

Last month, we finally finished the discussion of interpreters in general, and the Sweet interpreter that I wrote for an embedded project, inparticular. We did…

Carry Me Back

In these days of 32-bit processors and 80-bit floating point numbers, the carry bit almost seems to be an anachronism. Download the full article by…