Author: Victor Brena
Description: Contains the thesis template using memoir class,
which is mainly based on book class but permits better control of
chapter styles for example. This template is an adaptation and
modification of Oscar's.
Memoir is a flexible class for typesetting poetry, fiction,
non-fiction and mathematical works as books, reports, articles or
manuscripts. CTAN repository is found at:
UoB guidelines for thesis presentation were found at:
The dissertation must be printed on A4 white paper. Paper up to A3 may be used
for maps, plans, diagrams and illustrative material. Pages (apart from the
preliminary pages) should normally be double-sided.
Memoir class loads useful packages by default (see manual).
FPGA stands for Field Programmable Gate Array. It is an integrated circuit that can be configured by the user in order to implement digital logic functions of varying complexities. This report concerns FPGAs (Field Programmable Gate Arrays). The basic FPGA blocks, I/O, CLBs (Combinational Logic Blocks), and architecture, the advantages of FPGAs are discussed to impart a basic understanding of FPGA operation. Digital signal processing is an important area where FPGAs have found many applications in recent years. Interest in high-level synthesis tools for FPGAs is intensifying as FPGAs and their applications grow larger and more complex. Prospective users want to understand how well high-level synthesis tools work, both in terms of usability and quality of results. To meet this need, I have prepared this paper that presents a brief introduction to the FPGA.
The Raid on Dieppe was one of the bloodiest, and most devastating encounters that the Canadian Military had ever seen. Canadians were the main army involved in this raid, as Canadians back home felt that we weren't doing enough in the war. The raid was mainly seen as a failure as we suffered extreme casualties and were unsuccessful in completing any important objectives.
Poster template downloaded from LaTeXTemplates.com, License: CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/)
The a0poster class was created by Gerlinde Kettl and Matthias Weiser
Midterm research paper for my Adaptive Robotics class at Swarthmore College. Uses the NEAT evolutionary algorithm (http://www.cs.ucf.edu/~kstanley/neat.html) on two robot populations to compete more effectively against each other in a simulated version of capture the flag.