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|ASSELBORN, Jean-Claude (+ 2011)||
ZUSE et l'invention de l'ordinateur
ZUSE et la racine carrée
(Zuse and the computing of the square root)
presentation for the Computarium, Diekirch, 26 Oct. 2010. In French.
Supplementary part showing the solution of the square root by Zuse.
|L'art du secret: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 (unfinished)||3 first parts
of a 5 part lecture series prepared by Jean-Claude
Asselborn. These conferences could not held due to his illness.
Powerpoint. Mixed French and English.
|BAUMANN, Claude||Das Kalman Filter wird 50||Article in the
Luxemburger Wort (18 March 2010); co-author Francis Massen.
PDF. In German
binaural sound localization based on variations of interaural time delays
and system rotations
(JASA, 138 (2), Aug. 2015)
a Computarium crew member, has published an outstanding paper in JASA, the
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. The co-authors are Chris
Rogers (Tuft University, USA) and Francis Massen (Computarium).
The paper gives new insights on how to locate a sound source in space, using calculations performed on the interaural delay-time. The PDF is here.
[Copyright 2015 Acoustical Society of America. This article may be downloaded for personal use only. Any other use requires prior permission of the author and the Acoustical Society of America. The following article appeared in JASA, vol. 138 (2), August 2015 and may be found at DOI: 10.1121/1.4923448 ]
to life a COLINBUS Profiler CNC_Router
29 Mar 2021
extensive 62-pages report of the restoration of a Colinbus CNC profiler, an
heritage of our late member
This is as a major research project by Computarium
member Claude Baumann and also an original endeavor to combine modern
stepper motor drivers, Arduino and self- developed electronic interface to
revive a dead machine (which many would have thought being unsalvageable)
which was sold in 2009 by the
Elektor magazine as a kit.
46 pictures or schemata.
|MASSEN, Francis||Analog Computers (.ppt) (pdf version)||
Conference at the LCD held the 28th April 2017. Link to
the Powerpoint presentation covering mechanical and electronic analog
computers and calculators. Click
here for the flyer.
last edited: 29 Mar 2021