Maggie was slowly becoming unsatisfied with Sunnyside, the island community in the Florida Keys that her and her husband Jim had been calling home for the past five years. She was hungry for intrigue and adventure and she wasn't getting it at the Bed and Breakfast they owned and operated. Even if it only lasted a weekend, Maggie was in search of excitement. So when her deceased grandmother's old friend suddenly hands her a set of mysterious files, Maggie is more than willing to dive right in and play the role of amateur sleuth. Only, as the pieces of the puzzle are put together, Maggie slowly realizes that this mystery hits closer to home than she would've preferred and it may be too late to back out now. With her best friend and neighbor Sophia's help, Maggie sets out into the town of Sunnyside to uncover the truth about a family tragedy, and gets a bit more intrigue and adventure than she bargained for!
Embedded Processor-Based Self-Test is a guide to self-testing strategies for embedded processors. Embedded processors are regularly used today in most System-on-Chips (SoCs). Testing of microprocessors and embedded processors has always been a challenge because most traditional testing techniques fail when applied to them. This is due to the complex sequential structure of processor architectures, which consists of high performance datapath units and sophisticated control logic for performance optimization. Structured Design-for-Testability (DfT) and hardware-based self-testing techniques, which usually have a non-trivial impact on a circuit's performance, size and power, can not be applied without serious consideration and careful incorporation into the processor design.
Embedded Processor-Based Self-Test shows how the powerful embedded functionality that processors offer can be utilized as a self-testing resource. Through a discussion of different strategies the book emphasizes on the emerging area of Software-Based Self-Testing (SBST). SBST is based on the idea of execution of embedded software programs to perform self-testing of the processor itself and its surrounding blocks in the SoC. SBST is a low-cost strategy in terms of overhead (area, speed, power), development effort and test application cost, as it is applied using low-cost, low-speed test equipment.
Embedded Processor-Based Self-Test can be used by designers, DfT engineers, test practitioners, researchers and students working on digital testing, and in particular processor and SoC test. This book sets the framework for comparisons among different SBST methodologies by discussing key requirements. It presents successful applications of SBST to a number of embedded processors of different complexities and instruction set architectures.
Make Christmas Morning Breakfast Stress Free with Make-Ahead Breakfast CasserolesChristmas morning is often busy with the excitement of gift giving and opening presents. One of the last things you want to be doing is slaving over a stove making breakfast and missing out on the excitement. Let Christmas casseroles take out all the hard work of preparing a warm delicious breakfast for your family. Breakfast casseroles are crowd and family pleasers and are very easy to prepare.Breakfast casseroles can help start a morning right. You get to do all the work the night before and enjoy the fruits of your labor in the morning. Pop the casserole in the oven and enjoy Christmas morning as you wait for the casserole to bake. It's a great way to ease into your morning and it won't be long before your house is smelling of delicious morning goodness.Make this Christmas a Christmas to remember ... beginning with breakfast! Your favorite Christmas recipes should include these 30 Overnight Breakfast Casseroles.Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn...
Lester Cottages Articles
Lester Cottages Books