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We have seen CMOS before and we will keep on seeing it as long as we are planning to remotely associate ourselves with VLSI. To recall, why we bother with CMOS at all–Let’s look at the following points. Some History Lesson Kids : Silicon is a Group IV element, so it forms covalent bonds with […]
Kadir Nelson’s “Art Connoisseurs” By Françoise Mouly Be it music or painting, there always seems to be a gatekeeping culture when it comes to admiring art. The movies, exhibitions, abstract painting and things which look extremely daunting to start with. Art, it’s as vague as the word gets, it can be anything from arcane texts of […]
Let Python do the thinking for you 🙂 I wanted a way to generate five words, out of the blue with their meaning so that I didn’t have to think about “which five words I use in todays article” Decision Fatigue is a thing, and I want to avoid making any of these decisions. I […]
As the fate might have this, I am here again, a day before my viva, doing VLSI. Welcome to VLSI by an amateur who’s just trying to pass college exams. Warning: I know nothing, everything in this blog may or may not be write–or even make any sense. Taming the beast-Microwind Microwind is a tool […]
Small Tricks to Improve writing : F. Scott Fitzgerald transcribed the novels of writers he admired such as Charles Dickens to get the feel of their writing. Dumb Little Writing Tricks That Work: Transcribe Screenplays When I first read about transcribing screenplay, this seemed like an idea that I have been waiting for. I really […]
Hamming code is linear error block code used to encode input. Hamming codes can detect up to two-bit errors or correct one-bit errors without detection of uncorrected errors. Parity Bits in Hamming Code : TestBench: Expected Output 0000 0000000 0001 1101001 0010 0101010 0011 1000011 0100 1001100 0101 0100101 0110 1100110 0111 0001111 1000 1110000 […]
Week 1 : Plotting a Course MegsObserves : The course has really good music and really well shot. It’s amazing ! Sorta jazzy. Plot : Causal relationship between two events. Character + Action = Plot Hayao Miyazaki, one of Japan’s most celebrated animators, director of Spirited Away, Howl’s Moving Castle, Ponyo, and many others, said that what […]
Some believe that by studying scientific discovery in another day we can learn how to make discoveries. On the other hand, one sage observed that we learn nothing from history except that we never learn anything from history and Henry Ford asserted that history is a bunk.
These are book notes for Introduction to Information Theory by John R Pierce and part 1 of this series. Check the tag History of Information Theory for more blogs similar to this. Hear me rambling on and on about Information Theory here and if you want to check out more book summaries do check the […]