Embedded Systems Weekly #120

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  • Facts-about-State-Machines

    I hold the opinion that state machines are underrated

    Facts about State Machines When I was a student at the University, I had been introduced to FSMs and to Petri nets. Nobody emphasises how important these tools are (or I don't remember it) for a career in embedded systems. This article is a good introduction to the StateSmith tool, listed as well in this issue.

  • PipelineC-Graphics

    Graphics demos

    Sphery vs. Shapes, the first raytraced game that is not software With this demo Victor Suarez Rovere and Julian Kemmerer show the potential of their solution to translate C code into a circuit. The effectiveness of the result compared to the same C code executed on a CPU is astonishing. For more details read the paper linked or watched the Sphery vs. Shapes video.

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  • StateSmith

    A state machine code generation tool suitable for bare metal, embedded and more.

    StateSmith StateSmith is a new cross-platform, free and open source tool for generating state machines. The author explains his motivation to develop a new library with this statement: "I couldn't find a state machine code generator that was suitable for low level embedded application use, had an attractive license, and was enjoyable to use." We all hope Adam Fraser-Kruck will continue to work on StateSmith and to maintain it.

  • fprime

    F' - A flight software and embedded systems framework

    F Prime Originally developed at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, it is an open-source flight software framework that has been successfully deployed for several space applications.

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