Changeset 154 in t29-www for en


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Mar 18, 2010, 2:19:20 AM (13 years ago)
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Entwicklungsprojekte (deutsch und englisch):

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    37 <h3>Paper tape processing with contemporary computers</h3>
     37<h3><a name="papertape"></a>Paper tape processing with contemporary computers</h3>
    3838
    3939<p>We were often in a situation when some data stored on a punched paper needed
     
    9393
    9494<p>You can get further details with a lot of documentation material on the homepage of
    95 <a class="go" href="http://dev.technikum29.de/projekte/paper-tape-project/documentation/"
     95<a class="go" href="http://dev.technikum29.de/projects/wiki/PaperTapeProject"
    9696>The Paper Tape Project</a>. The source code was released as open source can be checked
    9797out from the <a
    98 href="http://dev.technikum29.de/svn/listing.php?repname=paper-tape-project">technikum29.de  subversion repository</a>.</p>
     98href="http://dev.technikum29.de/projects/browser/paper-tape-project/trunk">technikum29.de
     99subversion repository</a>.</p>
    99100
    100 <h3>Reading punch cards with contemprary computers</h3>
     101<h3><a name="punchcard"></a>Reading punch cards with contemprary computers</h3>
    101102<p>There is an historical storage media that is even more important than paper tapes:
    102103Punch cards. They were the one of the pillars of early mass electronic data processing
     
    144145<br/>While modeling 8 bit paper tapes into 8 bit bytes is trivial, a punch card, having
    14514680 columns with 12 rows each, is much more complex. Therefore we wrote the
    146 <a href="http://dev.technikum29.de/projects/paper-tape-project/punch-card/protocols/documation-m200/protocol.htm" class="go">PC Documation M200 µC Serial Communication Protocol</a> that defines the
     147<a href="http://dev.technikum29.de/projects/export/head/punch-card-project/trunk/protocols/documation-m200/protocol.htm" class="go">PC Documation M200 µC Serial Communication Protocol</a> that defines the
    147148way how computer and microcontroller shall communicate autonomously. It defines, that
    148149two punch card columns shall be packed into three octetts, each. This binary format has
     
    160161
    161162<p>You can get further details with a lot of documentation material on the homepage of
    162 <a class="go" href="http://dev.technikum29.de/projects/paper-tape-project/documentation/index.php/punch-card/README.htm"
     163<a class="go" href="http://dev.technikum29.de/projects/wiki/PunchCardProject"
    163164>The Punch Card Project</a>. The source code was released as open source can be checked
    164165out from the <a
    165 href="http://dev.technikum29.de/svn/listing.php?repname=projects&path=/punch-card-project/trunk/">technikum9.de  subversion repository</a>.
    166 <br/>We've written a german paper <i>Lochkartenverarbeitung per Computer</i> (30 pages)
     166href="http://dev.technikum29.de/projects/browser/punch-card-project/trunk">technikum29.de
     167subversion repository</a>.</p>
     168
     169<!--  irgendwie schon sinnlos, auf ein deutsches PDF zu verlinken:
     170<br/>We've published a german paper <a href="http://dev.technikum29.de/projects/wiki/Papers"
     171>Lochkartenverarbeitung per Computer</a> (30 pages)
    167172with an analysis of the problem, modelling and implementation on both microcontroller
    168 and Computer. It will be published in the next days, but there won't be an english
    169 translation (you are referred to the verbose homepage and documentation materials that
    170 will also be published in some time).</p>
    171 
    172 
    173 
     173and Computer (there won't be an english translation).</p>
     174-->
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