Like in the previous post about concurrent_vector, I’d like to start
IOMMU's or Input/Output Memory Management Unit is a new entrant to the x86 world. This is something which has existed in the risc based systems for quite some time.
This blog entry is intended to help you better understand the way concurrent vector works with the memory and how to use it wisely for your program to work faster or consume less memory.
Computer Arithmetic has a lot of peculiarities
In Part 2 of this blog, I described a four-bit adder circuit built fro
In Part 1, I described how to put together a basic logic gate using the Intel®
In this multi-part blog, I’m going to show you how to put together a simple logic simulation program using the Intel® Threading Building Blocks flow graph feature.
This is cross-posted from my blog on the Yocto Project website. Please look over there for more Embedded Linux content.