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i think it should be 5 as minimum
I want to build a reference archive where if i wanted to see how a kalman filter was used i could look it up in an index and see a working code example with psuedocode/block diagrams.
That's a board, I have designed, yet to materialize it, but I think it's in working condition...
what kinda algorithms can i donate ??
TrikyNekro:I was talking about an abstract CAD robot which would be a standard design to show layout of sensors , etc. on the robotIt would not have to be built. Just add sensors through Google SketchupAs for standard electronic circuitHow about we just make it like a module . Have line outputs or inputs with labels saying something like " this connects to an analog port" or "this connects to +5"
also include a regular schematic , not only the PCB layout ill work up a guideline this weekend
If people are submitting code in a variety of languages BASIC, C, etc etc and for a number of different controllers then aren't you producing something that is only 10% relevant to Joe Bloggs? (Sorry not intentially being negative). Surely you should aim it at either one language/controller or give ALL of your examples in ALL of the languages/controllers that the book says it supports. So rather than having one person looking at algorithm 'A' in 'C' then you may actually also need other people to translate it into the other platforms/languages that the book is aimed at. Otherwise it will just end up as a random collection of ideas and will not have a target market. Who is your target? What languages/platforms/controllers will ALL of your examples support? I'm trying to program my controller but am I using a Mac, Windows Xp/Vista/ Linux The options are endless. I believe (and sorry if you've already stated this somewhere else), that as well as focusing on 'What the robot will do' you MUST identify who IS, and ISN'T, supported by the book.
You MUST have pseudo codeThen include code in either BASIC or C ( or both)
Upgrading to Vista - wow - speak to you in a few weeks !!!