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Re: [vox-tech] Reference books (Was: Re: a comment on Pete's fast-loopquestion

Mark K. Kim wrote:


> Another book I refer to for embedded systems programming tricks is "Math
> Toolkit for Real Time Programming" by Jack W. Crenshaw.  Covers things
> like integer square roots and integer logorithms.  It's more of an
> integer operations book for systems with no floating point math.  Not
> really related to what Peter's doing but still cool nonetheless.

Crenshaw has written pretty extensively on numerical programming
without regard to fixed-point implementation.  Sometimes he seems
overly-long-winded, but he usually tries to come up with "intuitional"
explanations with which to "sanity-check" solutions.
I thought his series on mathematical optimization in particular was
pretty informative, even if he did get "lost" along the way. (Tip:
be sure you find his "second round" on that topic before you
implement his algorithm.)

http://www.embedded.com/, "Programmer's Toolbox".

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