Do huge math on small machines Write quick and correct library capabilities Master analytical and numerical calculus Perform numerical integration to any order Implement z-transform formulation Need to study the ins and outs of the basic math capabilities
About the Author
Jack Crenshaw holds a Ph.D. in physics from Auburn University (specialties in math, electronics, and superior dynamics). He wrote his first pc program in 1956 and his first microcomputer software program a real-time, floating-point, Kalman filter-driven controller in 1976. He has been working with real-time software program for embedded techniques ever since, and thinks he is likely to be starting to get the grasp of it. He is presently a senior principal design engineer for Alliant TechSystems, Inc., a contributing editor for Embedded Systems Programming journal, and writer of the favored ‘Programmer’s Toolbox’ column. In his spare time, he likes to dabble in compiler concept, steering and management concept, and assist rehabilitate orphaned and injured wildlife.