Motion planning is determining how a robot should move to achieve a goal; for example, a to move the arm of a robot to a desired destination avoiding collisions with any obstacles.
The VHDL code snippets list has two new additions:
Saturation counter, and
For each counter, source codes with explanations are provided, as well as test-bench, Modelsim project, waveform .do file, screenshots, etc.
All the files are released under GitHub.
Click here the complete list of VHDL code snippets.
From now on, projects released on FPGA SIte will be available on GitHub. In this way, I hope that the projects will be better mantained (with versioning) and in a standardized format.
For any project, the following directories will be included under GitHub:
- src – VHDL source files
- ip – Special VHDL files generated by Intel/Altera IP Wizard
- sim – Simulation files for Modelsim Altera (including .mpf project file and wave.do – waveform generating do file)
- wfm – Screenshots of waveforms from simulation runs
- tb – VHDL (and other) files for test-benching
The tree for the projects can be seen here
by Bernard Murphy(*)
In Douglas Adams’ iconic series A hitchhiker’s guide to the galaxy a super-intelligent species created a super-powerful computer called Deep Thought to answer the ultimate question – what is the meaning of life (and the universe and everything)?
Life imitates art so it should come as no surprise that a team in London founded a venture in 2010 called (I’m sure intentionally) DeepMind. The company was acquired by Google in 2014.