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Sep 24, 2022 Luca Padovani
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Mirror of the gtkmathview-0.8.0.tar.gz tarball. Original URL http://helm.cs.unibo.it/mml-widget/sources/gtkmathview-0.8.0.tar.gz
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Sep 22, 2022 Kevin P. Gaffney, Martin Prammer, Larry Brasfield, D. Richard Hipp, Dan Kennedy, Jignesh M. Patel
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SQLite: Past, Present, and Future ABSTRACT In the two decades following its initial release, SQLite has become the most widely deployed database engine in existence. Today, SQLite is found in nearly every smartphone, computer, web browser, television, and automobile. Several factors are likely responsible for its ubiquity, including its in-process design, standalone codebase, extensive test suite, and cross-platform file format. While it sup- ports complex analytical queries, SQLite is...
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Sep 8, 2022 Jatin Chowdhury
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REAL-TIME PHYSICAL MODELLING FOR ANALOG TAPE MACHINES Jatin Chowdhury Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics Stanford University Palo Alto, CA jatin@ccrma.stanford.edu ABSTRACT For decades, analog magnetic tape recording was the most pop- ular method for recording music, but has been replaced over the past 30 years first by DAT tape, then by DAWs and audio inter- faces [1]. Despite being replaced by higher quality technology, many have sought to recreate a "tape" sound...
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Jul 24, 2022 Brendan Eich; Allen Wirfs-Brock
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How a sidekick scripting language for Java, created at Netscape in a ten-day hack, ships first as a de facto Web standard and eventually becomes the world’s most widely used programming language. This paper tells the story of the creation, design, evolution, and standardization of the JavaScript language over the period of 1995-2015. But the story is not only about the technical details of the language. It is also the story of how people and organizations competed and collaborated to shape...
Topics: JavaScript, ECMAScript, Standards, Web browsers, Browser game theory, History of programming...
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Jul 11, 2022 Wireframe Magazine
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Wireframe - Issue 64 - 7 July 2022 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/64 KeokeN give us an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at Deliver Us Mars, its high-stakes sequel to the sleeper hit, Deliver Us The Moon. Meanwhile, we take a look at Finland’s thriving game development scene, from Max Payne and Returnal to low-budget indies. Elsewhere, we take a look at the making of SSI’s underappreciated Buck Rogers RPGs from the 1990s, and in our patented Toolbox section, show you how to...
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Wireframe - Issue 63 - 2 June 2022 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/63 Inkle, the acclaimed studio behind Heaven’s Vault and 80 Days, gives us an exclusive inside look at its survival-adventure opus, A Highland Song. Then, in a handheld gaming special, we check out the burgeoning community of game makers surrounding Panic Inc’s portable wonder, the Playdate, and meet the people making new parts for ageing handheld consoles. Elsewhere, we chart Nintendo’s seldom-discussed...
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Wireframe - Issue 62 - 5 May 2022 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/62 The creators of The Last Worker give us the guided tour of their comically dystopian sci-fi satire. We track the life and lesser-known games of Castlevania’s reclusive creator, Hitoshi Akamatsu, and meet the developers taking a more nuanced approach to recreating the 1980s in their games. Elsewhere, we chart the history of SNK’s fighting games, all leading up to this year’s The King Of Fighters XV, and...
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Wireframe - Issue 61 - 7 April 2022 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/61 We take a deep dive into Silt: British developer Spiral Circus’s bleakly beautiful adventure-puzzler, and pick out 20 similarly atmospheric platformers you can play right now. Then we meet the enthusiasts behind MiSTer, the hardware project that’s revolutionising the retro gaming scene, and talk to the developers using contentious blockchain tech in their games. Elsewhere, we take an early look at Final...
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Wireframe - Issue 60 - 3 March 2022 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/60 Kicking off a cosy-themed special, indie developer Rendlike introduces the vulpine sci-fi adventure, FixFox, while Merge Games gives us the inside story of Smalland, its whimsical take on the survival sandbox genre. Elsewhere, we explore the past, present and future of warm, wholesome game experiences, and uncover the tricky art of translating toys to video games. In our Toolbox section, you’ll find a guide...
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Wireframe - Issue 59 - 4 February 2022 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/59 Epic Games gives us an exclusive inside look at MetaHuman Creator: the digital character designer that could potentially revolutionise the game and film industries. Then we talk to the studios making scientifically realistic aliens for their games, and discover the effort and research that goes into making a truly plausible lifeform. Elsewhere, we tackle the subject of game difficulty, and how attitudes and...
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Wireframe - Issue 58 - 6 January 2022 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/58 Roll7 chats to us about its gorgeous, welcoming, and totally gnarly skateboarding sequel OlliOlli World. Elsewhere - and maintaining a steady line - we take a look at the world of relaxing skating games, alongside a peek forward at the most exciting and interesting games coming up in 2022, both big and small. Meanwhile, love is in the air as we look at how video games have handled romance over the years, and...
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Jul 8, 2022 Wireframe Magazine
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Wireframe - Issue 57 - 2 December 2021 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/57 Night School Studio gives us an exclusive inside look at 2022’s most anticipated indie sequel, OXENFREE II: Lost Signals. Then, in a coin-op special, we discover the highs and lows of running a modern amusement arcade, and provide a run-down of the games that simply have to be enjoyed in their original, chipboard cabinet form. Elsewhere, we meet the fans who’ve kept Sonic the Hedgehog’s spirit alive...
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Wireframe - Issue 56 - 4 November 2021 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/56 Developer Stray Fawn tell us about their giant village-building sim, The Wandering Village. Former Kerbal Space Program developer Felipe Falanghe introduces his latest project, Balsa Flight Simulator. And the retro FPS, Wizordum, leaves us spellbound. Elsewhere, we pay tribute to Sir Clive Sinclair’s greatest hit, the ZX Spectrum, explore the lost art of handheld console demakes, and discover how...
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Wireframe - Issue 55 - 7 October 2021 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/55 We take a deep dive into the serene and fishtastic world of Moonglow Bay, Bunnyhug’s ode to angling, friendship, and the strength of a small community. We chart the making of the game from its beginnings to recent release. Elsewhere we take an extended look at the upcoming Wartales, the RPG with a harsh edge from Northgard creator Shiro Games, there’s a focus on gods in gaming and how the two have mixed...
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Wireframe - Issue 54 - 2 September 2021 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/54 In a world exclusive, we go hands-on with FAR: Changing Tides, Okomotive’s stunning platform-adventure. We uncover its all-new mechanics, and chat to the devs about making a bigger, better sequel to FAR: Lone Sails. Elsewhere, we check out the ingredients that go into making a classic James Bond game, chart the curious rise of comedy golf sims, and provide a run-down of cracking sports titles for people...
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Wireframe - Issue 53 - 5 August 2021 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/53 Developer Fabraz and publisher Playtonic Friends introduce their 3D platformer with attitude, Demon Turf. Continuing the theme, we take a whistle-stop tour of the 3D platformer’s rise, fall and welcome return, while Shedworks gives us an update on its free-roaming explore-‘em-up, Sable. Elsewhere, we take a look at the indie games that put photography at the centre of their experiences, and take a look...
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Wireframe - Issue 52 - 1 July 2021 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/52 Celebrating its tenth anniversary, we explore the history and impact of Kerbal Space Program, chat exclusively to the developers of the original game, and find out what to expect from the upcoming sequel. Then we catch up with Frogwares to find out how Sherlock Chapter One will take the sleuth right back to his youthful roots. Elsewhere, we explore the world of type-in listings in 1980s games mags, and unveil...
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Jul 7, 2022 Wireframe Magazine
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Wireframe - Issue 51 - 3 June 2021 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/51 In a crime-themed special, we take a look at the chaotic history of the early Grand Theft Auto titles, and provide a run-down of the best GTA-style sandboxes of all time. Glitchpunk is this month’s cover star – we chat to the developers of the upcoming cyberpunk, GTA2-influenced crime sim. Elsewhere, we looks at the varied – and often inaccurate – ways protests, riots, and civil uprisings are depicted in...
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Wireframe - Issue 50 - 6 May 2021 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/50 Colombian developer Dreams Uncorporated talks to us about the past, present, and future of its JRPG-inspired epic, Cris Tales. We meet the designers and programmers who’ve realised their dreams of building a career in Japan. And we round up the most influential Japanese games of all time - whether they’re shooting games or brawlers, these titles have captured the imaginations of players and developers all...
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Wireframe - Issue 49 - 1 April 2021 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/49 Italian developer LKA takes us on a guided tour of Martha is Dead, its haunting adventure-thriller set in 1940s Tuscany. Carrying on the mystery theme, we delve into the murky world of film noir, and find out why this ageing cinematic genre still has such an impact on game design. Elsewhere, we find out how designers use hidden rooms and side paths to add depth and intrigue to their platform games, and find out...
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Wireframe - Issue 48 - 4 March 2021 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/48 Midwinter Entertainment talks us through Scavengers, its upcoming online shooter: we find out just what to expect from this player-versus-environment-versus-player extravaganza, and how former devs from the likes of Visceral, EA, and 343 Industries are bringing all their experience to bear on their debut title. Elsewhere, we talk to Team NINJA’s Fumihiko Yasuda about the challenges of making the hit Nioh and...
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Wireframe - Issue 47 - 4 February 2021 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/47 Lince Works tells us all about its new and improved ninja-stealth opus, Aragami 2 – start with the phenomenal artwork on the cover, then work your way inside to read up on the challenges of bringing the sequel to life. There’s a look at Amanita Design, where we chat to studio founder Jakub Dvorský about the studio’s 17-year history and artist-led approach. Heading to the ever-useful Toolbox section,...
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Wireframe - Issue 46 - 7 January 2021 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/46 Tarsier Studios tells us about its upcoming sinister sequel, Little Nightmares II, from its cinematic influences to the challenges of turning the previous game’s star into an AI sidekick. Then we chat to the main players at Sierra On-Line to find out about the history of the King’s Quest series, while Night School Studio open up about their breakout indie hit, Oxenfree. In our Toolbox section, we break...
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Wireframe - Issue 45 - 3 December 2020 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/45 We talk to Larian Studios about reviving an RPG classic with Baldur’s Gate III. Find out how the franchise ended up in the Belgian team’s hands, the challenges behind making its biggest game yet, and more in our in-depth, eight-page preview. Elsewhere, we track down the key people behind Enter The Matrix, the flawed yet ambitious movie tie-in from 2003, and share our pick of 25 of the finest games from...
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Wireframe - Issue 44 - 5 November 2020 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/44 Team17 sits down with us and chats up the future of the Worms franchise with Worms Rumble, while also taking time to look back at the series’ 25-year history. We hear about how Worms became all-encompassing at the studio, about abandoned spin-offs, and about why this has been the longest break ever seen between Worms releases. Elsewhere there’s a look back at Trilobyte Studios’ work on The 7th Guest;...
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Wireframe - Issue 43 - 1 October 2020 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/43 The developers behind hit ninja-platformer The Messenger return with the epic action RPG, Sea of Stars: Sabotage’s Thierry Boulanger and Philip Barclay tell us all about their homage to the likes of Chrono Trigger and Illusion of Gaia. Then we turn the clock back to 1990 with a celebration of the Monkey Island series - we track down the original developers to talk about its unique humour and design....
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Wireframe - Issue 42 - 3 September 2020 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/42 Sweden’s 10 Chambers Collective tell us all about their singularly scary co-op shooter, GTFO. We chat to the developers taking the FPS genre back to a nineties era of low polygon counts and pixelated gore. Then we check out some of the most wholesome games either in development or available now, and look at the latest efforts to tackle industry racism and make gaming more inclusive. In our Toolbox...
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Wireframe - Issue 41 - 6 August 2020 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/41 We check out Endling, Herobeat Studios’ intense 2D survival game about a family of foxes searching for food and avoiding extinction. Continuing a similar theme, we talk to the developers who are using the cinematic platformer genre to tell stories about escaping oppression. Then we turn our attention to Kickstarter, and find out exactly why it’s so hard to make a successful crowdfunded game. Over in our...
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Wireframe - Issue 40 - 2 July 2020 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/40 ROCKFISH Games talks us through the bold decision to fundamentally shift the focus of its upcoming sequel EVERSPACE 2. We keep our eyes in the skies as we take a look at Cygni and more. Beyond the stars we have a look at how games have been adapted to TV over the years and an in-depth look at an art project that comments on gun violence in the USA – via the medium of Grand Theft Auto V. In our bumper sized...
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Wireframe - Issue 39 - 4 June 2020 From https://wireframe.raspberrypi.com/issues/39 Sumo Digital and Lucky Mountain Games talk about channelling the spirit of nineties arcade classics like Ridge Racer and Daytona USA in the upcoming Hotshot Racing. We chart the long and sometimes strange history of movie tie-in games, from the infamous E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial, via the classic GoldenEye 007, right up to the licenced games of the present. Over in our new, bigger Toolbox section, you’ll find...
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Jul 5, 2022 The MagPi
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The MagPi - Issue 119 - July 2022 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.com/issues/119 Inside The MagPi magazine #119 Raspberry Pi Pico W. In-depth guide to Raspberry Pi’s new RP2040 microcontroller-based development board with engineering interviews. Bringing KITT back to life. How one maker is using voice recordings and LED displays to bring the inspirational AI assistant from Knight Rider to life. Build an abstract art installation. Use Raspberry Pi to create abstract images and display them on...
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The MagPi - Issue 118 - June 2022 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.com/issues/118 Inside The MagPi magazine #118 Raspberry Pi Photography. Set up a Camera Module and build image-based projects. Capture, edit and adjust images with code and read through our time-lapse and batch-convert tutorials. Craft wearable kit. Use tiny computers and microcontrollers to make tech projects you can carry around. Make your own SpecDeck. Load programs to an original Spectrum computer by playing audio files with...
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The MagPi - Issue 117 - May 2022 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.com/issues/117 Inside The MagPi magazine #117 Build a Raspberry Pi Smart Garden. Automate your plants, power up your patio, and have fun with outdoor gadgets. Have fun in the sun with your microcomputer. High-end audio special. Set up a whole house audio system with Raspberry Pi. Monitoring shipwrecks. Makers in Athens use Raspberry Pi to keep track of underwater archaeological sites. Emulate a C64 with Pico. How Raspberry Pi Pico...
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The MagPi - Issue 116 - April 2022 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.com/issues/116 Inside The MagPi magazine #116 Hidden Hacks for Raspberry Pi. We unearth the Rasperry Pi secrets every owner should know Capture the night sky with astrophotography. Take incredible photos of starry skies with Raspberry Pi The top 10 Raspberry Pi robots. An incredible collection of mechanical friends built by The MagPi readers Raspberry Pi Spectrum inside a cassette tape. Celebrate 40 years of Sinclair’s classic...
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The MagPi - Issue 115 - March 2022 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.com/issues/115 Inside The MagPi magazine issue #115 Serious Fun with Electronics. Get out your kit and components and start prototyping your own circuits with Raspberry Pi. #MonthOfMaking 2022. Get involved with other Raspberry Pi fans in this year’s incredible maker event. Raspberry Pi OS 64-bit. Raspberry Pi’s operating system finally goes mainstream with 64-bit functionality. Discover just how much this will affect your...
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Jul 5, 2022 HackSpace Magazine
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HackSpace - Issue 56 - July 2022 From https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/issues/56 From component choice, to packaging, to marketing, to the million other things that you need to do when you scale up production, we’ll help you turn your project into a product – and along the way it’ll help you be a better maker. Build a rocket-powered wing-wing glider out of balsa wood and 3D printed parts (it’s like the space shuttle, but smaller and cheaper, and dare we say it, better) Discover new...
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HackSpace - Issue 55 - June 2022 From https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/issues/55 There’s a huge range of computer-controlled machines used by makers – 3D printers, laser cutters, CNC mills and more – but the plotter is the easiest to make. This makes it a great build for getting started in the world of computer-controlled machines. For around £15 you can create your own drawing machine with our guide Learn how hydraulics work All you need to know about lubrication Make your own...
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HackSpace - Issue 54 - May 2022 From https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/issues/54 What could be more satisfying than building a whole computer, from scratch? You might think it’s impossible these days, but we’ve found a band of makers who are re-creating the clicky switches and flashing LEDs of a bygone age. Have a go yourself! Design, sustainability and ethics with Jude Pullen Add much-needed safety features to a cheap off-the-internet laser cutter Send communication signals through the...
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HackSpace - Issue 53 - April 2022 From https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/issues/53 Things fall apart, the centre cannot hold. That’s why repair skills are so important! This month we’re talking upcycling — the art of making beautiful new projects out of old junk. Plus: what happens when your just-for-kicks project turns out to be something that loads of people want? We talk to Timon Skerutsch, creator of the Piunora, to find out. And can you use open source technology to keep satellites...
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HackSpace - Issue 52 - March 2022 From https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/issues/52 The Raspberry Pi Pico: it costs pennies, it’s simple to program with, and it’s really good at getting data in and out. In short, it’s the ideal board for home projects. We’ve hunted high and low for the best, most innovative, most creative projects around to show off what the Pico can do. What will you build with yours? Discover an innovative spin on PCB design Upcycled LED lights Learn (and use) Morse...
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HackSpace - Issue 51 - February 2022 From https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/issues/51 Human beings come in all shapes and sizes, all abilities and disabilities. So why should we have to fit in with technology, when technology can so easily be changed to suit us? That’s the key question that unites the projects in this issue. From joystick adaptations to prosthetic limbs, we take a look at the ways that open source hardware is making life better for millions of people. Make shiny LED jewellery...
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HackSpace - Issue 50 - January 2022 From https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/issues/50 Machine learning used to be the preserve of university research departments with money to burn on high-power, high-cost kit – but not any more! Thanks to a new breed of affordable dev boards, anyone can get in on the act at pocket money prices. We’ve trawled the makersphere for the best, most creative machine learning projects to show just what can be done. The future of machine learning is awesome – and...
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From https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/issues/49 There’s a lot be said for LEGO: you can make just about anything with it, including functional pieces. It’s easy to build, break down and re-build with it. And now it’s also easy to program it, to make it smart and build it into some seriously advanced tech projects. We’ll show you how!  Play tricks on the puny human brain with stereo photography  Make MIDI beats and bleeps with a Raspberry Pi Pico  Give oomph to your power tools with...
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From https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/issues/48 When you’ve graduated from breadboards and jumper wires it’s time to tackle electronics the way the pros do it: by making your own PCBs! We’ll take you from beginner to slightly more experienced beginner, with a guide to designing, debugging and manufacturing your own custom electronic creation. Learn the secrets of the guitarist’s favourite electronic component: the vacuum tube Build a MIDI synth out of a Raspberry Pi Pico and an empty...
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Jun 13, 2022 Emily M. Bender; Timnit Gebru; Angelina McMillan-Major; Shmargaret Shmitchell
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On the Dangers of Stochastic Parrots: Can Language Models Be Too Big? ABSTRACT The past 3 years of work in NLP have been characterized by the development and deployment of ever larger language models, es- pecially for English. BERT, its variants, GPT-2/3, and others, most recently Switch-C, have pushed the boundaries of the possible both through architectural innovations and through sheer size. Using these pretrained models and the methodology of fine-tuning them for specific tasks, researchers...
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Feb 25, 2022 The MagPi
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The MagPi - Issue 114 - February 2022 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.com/issues/114 Discover the art of programming and put code to work in the latest edition of The MagPi magazine. Inside The MagPi magazine issue #114 Practical Programming. Build better projects by developing your coding skills. Maker Tools. Discover all the gadgets you need to make better projects in 2022. Create a Teletext television. Wire up Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W to an RCA cable and recreate the classic years of Teletext....
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The MagPi - Issue 113 - January 2022 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.com/issues/113 New User Guide 2022. Install Raspberry Pi OS (bullseye) and discover all the features of Raspberry Pi with our starter guide. Plus! Discover electronics, camera support, and accessories. Build a binary clock. Use your binary skills to tell the time with this neat programming project. Raspberry Pi gaming special. Discover a world of entertainment by playing Linux games on Raspberry Pi. Build a simple weather...
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Feb 24, 2022 The MagPi
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The MagPi - Issue 112 - December 2021 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.com/issues/112 Make & Build with Zero 2. Discover 40 incredible projects that make the most out of Zero 2 W’s faster 1GHz quad-core processor. Build radio sets, robots, retro games consoles and more. Build Christmas Gifts with Raspberry Pi. Use your skills to make presents for people this holiday season. Get started with the Raspberry Pi Build HAT. Control LEGO® motors, sensors and buttons and build things with bricks...
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Feb 24, 2022 The MagPi
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The MagPi - Issue 111 - November 2021 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.com/issues/111 If you have a print subscription to The MagPi magazine then a brand new Raspberry Zero 2 W computer is in the post! Not subscribed? Don’t worry - it’s not too late to get your free Zero 2 W computer. Introducing Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W. The new quad-core 1GHz CPU is up to five times as fast as the original Zero and is compatible with all current Zero projects and kits. Zero 2 W specifications and hardware...
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Feb 24, 2022 The MagPi
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 Discover how to set up Raspberry Pi to play classic games in the brand new version of our retro gaming guide. In this 164-page book, you’ll learn how to build a portable games machine, assemble a full-sized arcade cabinet, and emulate classic computers and consoles. Our step-by-step guides make each build easy! Plus you’ll even learn to program your own versions of classic arcade games using Python and Pygame. Inside Retro Gaming with Raspberry Pi Set up Raspberry Pi for retro gaming...
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Feb 19, 2022 Alexander Heinrich, Milan Stute, Tim Kornhuber, Matthias Hollick
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Abstract: Overnight, Apple has turned its hundreds-of- million-device ecosystem into the world’s largest crowd- sourced location tracking network called offline finding (OF). OF leverages online finder devices to detect the presence of missing offline devices using Bluetooth and report an approximate location back to the owner via the Internet. While OF is not the first system of its kind, it is the first to commit to strong privacy goals. In particular, OF aims to ensure finder anonymity,...
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Oct 22, 2021 Yana Dimova, Gunes Acar, Lukasz Olejnik, Wouter Joosen, and Tom Van Goethem
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Abstract: Online tracking is a whack-a-mole game between trackers who build and monetize behavioral user profiles through intrusive data collection, and anti- tracking mechanisms that are deployed as browser ex- tensions, DNS resolvers, or built-in to the browser. As a response to pervasive and opaque online tracking, more and more users adopt anti-tracking measures to pre- serve their privacy. Consequently, as the information that trackers can gather on users is being curbed, some trackers are...
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Oct 3, 2021 Thomas J. Connelly
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Thomas J. Connelly Cinema of Confinement 2019 https://doi.org/10.25969/mediarep/12913 Citation: Connelly, Thomas J.: Cinema of Confinement. Chicago: Northwestern University Press 2019. DOI: https://doi.org/10.25969/mediarep/12913 .
Topics: cinema, alfred hitchcock, psychoanalysis, film, stanley kubrick, oliver stone, ingmar bergman
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Oct 2, 2021 HackSpace Magazine
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HackSpace - Issue 47 - October 2021 From https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/issues/47 HackSpace magazine issue 47 cover If your 3D printer is looking a little dusty and unloved, now’s the time to put it to work: we’ve 50 of the best 3D prints to improve your home, office, workshop and more. From functional to frivolous, we’ve got ideas for you. It’s time to unleash the awesome power of your printer! Oskitone: where 3D printing meets analogue synth goodness Pure Data: make music with this...
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Oct 2, 2021 HackSpace Magazine
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HackSpace - Issue 46 - September 2021 From https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/issues/46 HackSpace magazine issue 46 cover Anyone can be a scientist, and this issue we’ll show you how. Whether you’re interested in space, traffic, the oceans, or something else, there’s a citizen science project for you. The world has never been more connected – so let’s use that connectivity to make our planet better! We talk to a real-like scientist about the emotional links between making and materials...
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Oct 2, 2021 HackSpace Magazine
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HackSpace - Issue 45 - August 2021 From https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/issues/45 This issue we’re paying homage to some of our favourite projects built on the Raspberry Pi. We’re living in a golden age for experimentation, accessible making and digital discovery – and a large part of that is thanks to this teeny tiny computer. Just add imagination! How one maker achieved perfection (yes, really!) by embracing failure Our pick of the best walking robot kits A deceptively simple hack for...
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Oct 2, 2021 HackSpace Magazine
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HackSpace - Issue 44 - July 2021 From https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/issues/44 When Newton spoke of standing on the shoulder of giants, he might have been thinking of the Raspberry Pi Pico and Arduino. We delve deep into the Arduino ecosystem and find out how to harness its power for your next Pico project. Get excited about the possibilities of machine learning with Shawn Hymel Fame, fortune and glory with Simone Giertz and her brand-new sensible builds WinDIY: a beautiful, Quixotic tilt at...
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Oct 2, 2021 HackSpace Magazine
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HackSpace - Issue 43 - June 2021 From https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/issues/43 The internet of things can work for you: all you have to do is do it yourself! Inside this issue we look at 10 of the best DIY internet of things projects to inspire and delight you, and maybe even give you the idea for the next world-beating device.     Debug hardware on Raspberry Pi Pico and ESP32     Fix stripped threads the quick way     Design complex assemblies in FreeCAD     Tie NASA-grade knots
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Oct 2, 2021 HackSpace Magazine
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HackSpace - Issue 42 - May 2021 From https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/issues/42 What do you do when something breaks – do you fix it, or do you throw it away and replace it with something new and cheap? We reckon we know the answer. Join us as we pay tribute to the makers keeping good old stuff in working order.     Find out how one maker hacked Google for her own ends     The prettiest PCBs ever committed to silicon     Restoring a lathe to satisfying shininess     Our pick of...
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Oct 2, 2021 The MagPi
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The Official Raspberry Pi Handbook 2022 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.org/books/handbook-2022 Get even more from Raspberry Pi with the brand-new official Handbook! Over 200 pages of Raspberry Pi packed with inspirational projects, essential tutorials & guides, practical tips and definitive reviews! Inside The Official Raspberry Pi Handbook 2022     QuickStart guide to setting up your Raspberry Pi computer     Updated with Raspberry Pi Pico     The very best projects built by your...
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Oct 2, 2021 The MagPi
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The MagPi - Issue 110 - October 2021 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.org/issues/110 Inside The MagPi magazine #110 Raspberry Pi Smart Gadgets. Hack your home with these incredible builds. Spooky project upgrades for Halloween. Give the local kids a fright-fest! Build an Android tablet. Make your own tablet computer with Raspberry Pi. Catch a criminal with the Package Thief Deterrent. How one maker is detecting people taking packages from their doorstep. Making a Machine Learning Prosthetic Arm....
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Oct 2, 2021 The MagPi
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The MagPi - Issue 109 - September 2021 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.org/issues/109 Inside The MagPi magazine #109 20 Raspberry Pi Pico projects. The best ideas for new builds using your microcontroller board. Automated model railroad. How one maker is using Raspberry Pi to control a model railroad. Creating a SID-based synthesizer. Using multiple sound chips from the Commodore 64 to build a synth like no other. Raspberry Pi Student Guide. Get back to school in style with our guide to using...
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Oct 2, 2021 The MagPi
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The MagPi - Issue 108 - August 2021 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.org/issues/108 Inside The MagPi magazine #108     Award Winning Makes     Make games with Raspberry Pi     Create the ultimate home server     Develop an isomorphic keyboard     Build an arcade machine that streams games     Turn Pico into USB controller     10 amazing wearable projects     Hack Bop-It to control Minecraft     Add wireless networking to a campervan     Win! Marty the Robot V2
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Oct 2, 2021 The MagPi
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The MagPi - Issue 107 - July 2021 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.org/issues/107 Inside The MagPi magazine #107 Become a Raspberry Pi genius. Gain a deeper understanding of Raspberry Pi and learn essential maintenance techniques. Make a weather watcher. Use Raspberry Pi and an e-ink display to tap into a Weather API and build an always-on weather watcher. Recreate the Mars helicopter. One maker has used NASA’s F prime open-source operating system (being used to control Ingenuity on Mars) with...
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Oct 2, 2021 The MagPi
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The MagPi - Issue 106 - June 2021 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.org/issues/106 Inside The MagPi magazine #106 Big Builds. Sometimes you feel the need to make something a little bigger. Whether it’s an arcade or pinball machine, photo booth, guitar or magic mirror. These are the builds that make a big impression. Summer Projects. Something for the summer months? Get outside with Raspberry Pi when camping, gardening, or track the weather from home. This collection of amazing projects takes the...
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Oct 2, 2021 The MagPi
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The MagPi - Issue 105 - May 2021 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.org/issues/105 Inside The MagPi magazine #105 50 Hacks & Hints. The Raspberry Pi secrets that make you a better maker. Discover the 3/4 Star Wars arcade cabinet. Just like the amazing original; but smaller. Teach with an LCD chalkboard. Dede Mitchell’s amazing learning resource combines a classic chalkboard with an ultra-modern LCD screen. Assemble your arcade machine. Put the pieces together in the second part of KG’s...
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Oct 2, 2021 The MagPi
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The MagPi - Issue 104 - April 2021 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.org/issues/104 Inside The MagPi magazine #104 Build the home of the future. Our room-by-room guide to a smarter home. Pico-fy your projects. Classic Raspberry Pi projects that you could rebuild with Pico. Grow food with a computer. How makers are using Raspberry Pi to monitor an agriculture chamber. Make a MIDI guitar with with Pico. Use Trill sensors to build a super MIDI guitar. Upcycle an iPod Classic with Spotify. Upgrade an...
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Sep 30, 2021 Ralf Jung; Jacques-Henri Jourdan; Robbert Krebbers; Derek Dreyer
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RALF JUNG, MPI-SWS, Germany JACQUES-HENRI JOURDAN, MPI-SWS, Germany ROBBERT KREBBERS, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands DEREK DREYER, MPI-SWS, Germany Rust is a new systems programming language that promises to overcome the seemingly fundamental tradeoff between high-level safety guarantees and low-level control over resource management. Unfortunately, none of Rust’s safety claims have been formally proven, and there is good reason to question whether they actually hold....
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OpenGL® ES Common Profile Specification 2.0.25 (Difference Specification) (November 2, 2010) (Annotated) Editors: Aaftab Munshi, Jon Leech https://www.khronos.org/registry/OpenGL/specs/es/2.0/ Khronos Group grants express permission to any current Promoter, Contributor or Adopter member of Khronos to copy and redistribute UNMODIFIED versions of this specification in any fashion, provided that NO CHARGE is made for the specification and the latest available update of the specification for any...
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Jul 27, 2021 Bjarne Stroustrup
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Abstract By 2006, C++ had been in widespread industrial use for 20 years. It contained parts that had survived unchanged since introduced into C in the early 1970s as well as features that were novel in the early 2000s. From 2006 to 2020, the C++ developer community grew from about 3 million to about 4.5 million. It was a period where new programming models emerged, hardware architectures evolved, new application domains gained massive importance, and quite a few well-financed and...
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May 21, 2021
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Vamp is an easy system to develop plugins for. It has a standard cross-platform SDK which includes API documentation, example plugins, ready-to-use C++ base classes, the C API header, and a test host. Vamp plugins use a C binary interface for the greatest level of binary compatibility. However, plugins and hosts are strongly encouraged to make use of the set of C++ base classes provided in the SDK. https://www.vamp-plugins.org/develop.html
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Mar 23, 2021 Christopher M. Kelty
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Two Bits "In Two Bits, Christopher M. Kelty investigates the history and cultural significance of Free Software, revealing the people and practices that have transformed not only software, but also music, film, science, and education." https://twobits.net/about/
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Mar 18, 2021 The MagPi
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The MagPi - Issue 103 - March 2021 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.org/issues/103 Inside The MagPi magazine #103 #MonthOfMaking. Discover new ways of making with Raspberry Pi. Easy Raspberry Pi Pico Projects. Don’t get stuck with Raspberry Pi’s new microcontroller. These projects help you get started. Recreate Amiga 600 with Raspberry Pi. Can’t afford a classic computer? 3D-print your own case and use Raspberry Pi on the inside. Make a Pico Pomodoro Timer. Transform Pico into a digital...
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Mar 18, 2021 The MagPi
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The MagPi - Issue 102 - February 2021 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.org/issues/102 Inside The MagPi magazine #102 Build the ultimate media centre Play games, stream movies, listen to music and more. This Raspberry Pi-based media centre is is an amazing addition to your television. Raspberry Pi Pico microcontroller. Discover the story behind the development of Pico, and get great tips on how to set up and get started with Raspberry Pi’s new microcontroller board. Discover electronics with...
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Mar 18, 2021 The MagPi
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The MagPi - Issue 101 - January 2021 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.org/issues/101 Discover the best Raspberry Pi 400 projects and guides! Learn coding and computing with the latest all-in-one computer. Inside The MagPi magazine #101 Retro gaming joystick. Wire up a DB9 retro joystick to Raspberry Pi 400 with a connector. Code an interface. Create your own graphical user interface programs with Python. pi-top [4]’s FHD Touch Display and Bluetooth Keyboard. Surface-style computing with...
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Mar 18, 2021 Raspberry Pi Trading Ltd
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Getting started with Raspberry Pi Pico C/C++ Development with Raspberry Pi Pico and other RP2040-based microcontroller boards. 2021-01-21 edition.
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Mar 18, 2021 Raspberry Pi Trading Ltd
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Pico C/C++ SDK Libraries and tools for C/C++ development on RP2040 microcontrollers. The Pico SDK (Software Development Kit) provides the headers, libraries and build system necessary to write programs for RP2040-based devices such as Raspberry Pi Pico in C, C++ or Arm assembly language. January 2021 edition.
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Mar 18, 2021 Gareth Halfacree, Ben Everard
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Get Started with MicroPython on Raspberry Pi Pico From https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/books/micropython-pico Revision 2 that includes the erratas. Raspberry Pi Pico is a new low-cost, high-performance microcontroller board with flexible digital interfaces. Microcontrollers are computers stripped back to their bare essentials. You don’t use monitors or keyboards, but program them to take their input from, and send their output to the input/output pins. Using these programmable connections,...
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Mar 18, 2021 HackSpace Magazine
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HackSpace - Issue 41 - April 2021 From https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/issues/41 If you thought you had to spend big to get decent prints, think again. There’s a quality printer out there for you for under £100 – and we’ll help you to find it. Put ink on blocks of wood to print things the old fashioned way Connect little smart boxes over the internet to make a simple IoT network Find out from a real artist what's so great about 3D printed carpentry Expand the capability of the Pico...
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Mar 18, 2021 HackSpace Magazine
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HackSpace - Issue 40 - March 2021 From https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/issues/40 So you’re got a Raspberry Pi Pico – what next? Explore some of the possibilities of this $4 microcontroller in the latest issue of HackSpace, that’s what! We’re going further with the Pico to give you more ideas and projects to get stuck into, and we won’t stop until the robot army is complete (or we run out of NeoPixels, which ever is sooner). Mix old tech (screen printing) with new (laser cutting)...
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Mar 18, 2021 HackSpace Magazine
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HackSpace - Issue 39 - February 2021 From https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/issues/39 Introducing Raspberry Pi Pico, the brand new microcontroller from Raspberry Pi. It’s got two cores running at up to 130MHz, a flexible I/O system and it only costs $4 (plus local taxes and shipping). Take a look in HackSpace magazine 39 to find out what’s going on inside Pico and how to get the most our of this new microcontroller board. Free Raspberry Pi Pico with every print magazine Eben Upton talks...
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Mar 18, 2021 Luca Ardito, Luca Barbato, Riccardo Coppola, Michele Valsesia
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Evaluation of Rust code verbosity, understandability and complexity Abstract: Rust is an innovative programming language initially implemented by Mozilla, developed to ensure high performance, reliability, and productivity. The final purpose of this study consists of applying a set of common static software metrics to programs written in Rust to assess the verbosity, understandability, organization, complexity, and maintainability of the language. To that extent, nine different implementations...
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Mar 18, 2021 HispaBrick Magazine
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HispaBrick Magazine - Issue 36 (English) English version. This publication may be freely distributed without alteration. If you would like to use all or part of the content of this magazine, please contact us for appropriate permissions.
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Mar 8, 2021 Yana Dimova, Gunes Acar, Lukasz Olejnik, Wouter Joosen, Tom Van Goethem
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The CNAME of the Game: Large-scale Analysis of DNS-based Tracking Evasion Abstract : Online tracking is a whack-a-mole game between trackers who build and monetize behavioral user profiles through intrusive data collection, and anti-tracking mechanisms, deployed as a browser extension, built-in to the browser, or as a DNS resolver. As a response to pervasive and opaque online tracking, more and more users adopt anti-tracking tools to preserve their privacy. Consequently, as the information that...
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Mar 8, 2021 Yana Dimova, Gunes Acar, Lukasz Olejnik, Wouter Joosen, Tom Van Goethem
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The CNAME of the Game: Large-scale Analysis of DNS-based Tracking Evasion Abstract : Online tracking is a whack-a-mole game between trackers who build and monetize behavioral user profiles through intrusive data collection, and anti-tracking mechanisms, deployed as a browser extension, built-in to the browser, or as a DNS resolver. As a response to pervasive and opaque online tracking, more and more users adopt anti-tracking tools to preserve their privacy. Consequently, as the information that...
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Feb 22, 2021 Conor Kelton, Andrius Aucinas, Matteo Varvello, Benjamin Livshits
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Abstract The median webpage has increased in size by more than 80% in the last 4 years. This extra complexity allows for a rich browsing experience, but it hurts the majority of mobile users which still pay for their traffic. This has motivated several data-saving solutions, which aim at reducing the complexity of webpages by transforming their content. Despite each method being unique, they either reduce user privacy by further centralizing web traffic through data-saving middleboxes or...
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Source: https://arxiv.org/abs/2102.07864v1
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Jan 23, 2021 HispaBrick Magazine
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HispaBrick Magazine - Issue 35 (English) English version. This publication may be freely distributed without alteration. If you would like to use all or part of the content of this magazine, please contact us for appropriate permissions.
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Jan 21, 2021 British Library Digital Preservation Team, Michael Day, David Russo, Simon Whibley
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Mobipocket Format Preservation Assessment British Library Digital Preservation Team This document provides a high-level, non-collection-specific assessment of the Mobipocket file format with regard to long-term preservation risks and the practicalities of preserving data in the format. This format assessment is one of a series of assessments carried out by the British Library's Digital Preservation Team. An explanation of the criteria used in this assessment is provided in italics below most...
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Jan 13, 2021 Alexander Sjösten, Peter Snyder, Antonio Pastor, Panagiotis Papadopoulos, Benjamin Livshits
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Filter List Generation for Underserved Regions WWW ’20, April 20–24, 2020, Taipei, Taiwan © 2020 IW3C2 (International World Wide Web Conference Committee), published under Creative Commons CC-BY 4.0 License. ACM ISBN 978-1-4503-7023-3/20/04. https://doi.org/10.1145/3366423.3380239 ABSTRACT Filter lists play a large and growing role in protecting and assisting web users. The vast majority of popular filter lists are crowd-sourced, where a large number of people manually label resources...
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Camomile, enjeux et développements d’un plugiciel audio embarquant Pure Data HAL Id: hal-01791392 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01791392
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Dec 23, 2020 Apple Computer France
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***WARNING*** This emulated Internet Archive item contains a 600+MB Macintosh disk image. Be prepared for a big download! Apple Assistance Numéro 1 Bis CD-ROM Contains Apple France support documentation from 1991 as well as archive of older OS, Apple Utilities, HyperCard, for the whole Apple product range, in both French and US English. This is a raw image of the file system from the CD. While it is bootable, it crashes. So the emulator is configured to boot off a separate system disk so you...
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Dec 12, 2020 HackSpace Magazine
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HackSpace - Issue 38 - January 2021 From https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/issues/38 Create an Internet-connected doorbell (that doesn't break when the internet goes down!) Discover what it takes to build a sea-going 3D printed boat Turn anything at all into a musical instrument
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Dec 12, 2020 Laura Sach, Martin O'Hanlon
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Create Graphical User Interfaces with Python From https://magpi.raspberrypi.org/books/create-guis Add buttons, boxes, pictures and colours and more to your Python programs using the guizero library, which is quick, accessible, and understandable for all. This 156-page book is suitable for everyone, from beginners to experienced Python programmers who want to explore graphical user interfaces (GUIs). There are ten fun projects for you to create, including a painting program, an emoji match game,...
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Dec 12, 2020 Gareth Halfacree
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The Official Raspberry Pi Beginner's Guide (4th Edition) From https://magpi.raspberrypi.org/books/beginners-guide-4th-ed Fully updated for Raspberry Pi 400, Raspberry Pi 4, and the latest software, this 252-page official Raspberry Pi book is crammed with projects and beginner’s guides containing all the information you need to get started using your new computer! Learn how to set up your Raspberry Pi, install an operating system, and start using it. Follow step-by-step guides to code your own...
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Dec 12, 2020 The MagPi
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The Official Raspberry Pi Handbook 2021 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.org/books/handbook-2021 To help you get the most of out of your Raspberry Pi computer, this official Handbook features 200 pages of essential information, inspiring projects, practical tutorials, and definitive reviews. Learn how to set up your Raspberry Pi and start using it Discover the new Raspberry Pi 400 and High Quality Camera Be inspired by incredible projects made by other people Learn how to code and make with our...
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Nov 27, 2020 The MagPi
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The MagPi - Issue 100 - December 2020 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.org/issues/100 The MagPi magazine is 100 issues young. Come with us and celebrate with this special edition of The MagPi magazine. Inside you’ll discover a 20-page feature celebrating 100 moments from Raspberry Pi history. Inside The MagPi magazine #100 Special red-foil cover. Buy The MagPi magazine #100 in print to discover a unique cover that unfolds to reveal all 100 previous editions. 100 Raspberry Pi moments. Read our...
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Nov 27, 2020 The MagPi
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The MagPi - Issue 99 - November 2020 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.org/issues/99 Discover an endless array of amazing gadgets, devices, and projects with our guide the greatest gear from the year. Inside The MagPi magazine #99 Raspberry Pi Ultimate Wishlist. The ideal inventory for a Raspberry Pi owner with a mission to build something new. Compute Module 4 specs and benchmarks. Putting the power of Raspberry Pi 4 in an embedded form factor. Holiday Projects for a Festive season. Add some tech...
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The MagPi - Issue 98 - October 2020 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.org/issues/98 Discover Raspberry Pi portable computing in the latest edition of The MagPi. Inside The MagPi magazine #98 Build a portable computer. Code on-the-go with the Raspberry Pi 2Go portable workstation. Play classic console games. Discover a range of ways to buy and source classic games legally for Raspberry Pi. PiBoy DMG. Is this seemingly ultimate handheld console worth the price? Our review rates it very highly. Learn...
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The MagPi - Issue 97 - September 2020 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.org/issues/97 Inside The MagPi magazine #97 3D Printing & Making. Design, craft, and build your own Raspberry Pi accessories. DOSBox-X legal game emulation. Use GOG, innoextract, DOSBox, and ScummVM to buy, extract, and run PC gaming classics on Raspberry Pi, from Zork to Blade Runner. Flash photography with the HQ Camera. Add an LED flash to your camera setup to shoot images in low light. Extend your Home Music system....
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The MagPi - Issue 96 - August 2020 From https://magpi.raspberrypi.org/issues/96 Inside The MagPi magazine #96 25 No-problem projects. Put a new Raspberry Pi to good use with these inspiring, but do-able projects. Build the ultimate home music system. Want house-wide audio without the price tag? PJ Evans has you covered. This Raspberry Pi touch screen system beats professional builds hands down. Robot car test. We’ve got our hands on a PiCar-V Kit 2.0 and put it through some paces. Is this...
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