|Thank you Vijay garg 10 for the use of your curve.|
We talked about the trade-offs of Accuracy vs Cost vs Size of components. The plot precision is obviously limited by the clock speed of the sampler and the time intervals cannot change within the samples. Emma gave us some code for writing our own Digital to Analogue converter using PWM (some of which we've encountered before) that would handle two PWMs. She then went on to signal processing and talked about sliding window average using a set of data in an array with a moving starting pointer. (This was pretty geeky stuff.)
Interesting Stuff Learned: Windows 8.1 completely failed to work on me twice so I ended up using Fedora (they have dual boot in the labs). This was interesting and now that I'm a crack linux user I can, of course, feel superior to everyone around me. : )
I also learned about using Git with terminal. I have used github before but not quite so text-basedly. I'm so #l33t
Evening Activity: The Simulation: This is an evening of the geekiest theatre sports of all time. The teams compete to do recognizable renditions of computing processes in timed conditions. It's bedlam! In an effort to maintain full dislosure, I missed it, going out to watch Into the Woods at Randwock Ritz with my family. It's been pretty hard being without them this year so the visits are very welcome.
Murder Game 2.0: still undead. I think everyone's too busy/tired to be playing.