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Borys Bradel's Projects
I decided to write several small programs to further my understanding
of various concepts in engineering, computer science, and math. None
of the programs that are listed below have been tested extensively.
The explanations presented on the web pages that the applets are on
have been written quickly and I've tried to keep them short yet
relatively complete. I'm guessing that clarity is not their strength.
Anyway, the list of projects that you see below will slowly expand as time
progresses. I hope you find these projects interesting.
- Boolean Function Minimizer
AppletAn applet that finds the minimum cover of a boolean function
in the sum-of-products form.
- Thin Rod Temperature Applet
An applet that uses numerical approximation of the temperature over time
in a thin, homogeneous bar.
- n-Hill Cipher Applet
A block encryption/decryption applet that is based on the Hill Cipher
- Transmission Line Applet
An applet that performs sinusoidal steady state and transient simulation
of a transmission line.
Data Communications Assignment: Fiber
Data Interface - There's no applet here, but this is still a project
Online80: Information regarding my
online 80 game including bug reports, documentation, and my notes.
regarding my WordChanger program. Since this requires access to files it
cannot be an applet and so I have not included the source code/program, just
the documentation for it.
Lisp: Stuff that's either written
or related to lisp.
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Bradel. Last update: Feb. 15, 2003