It is said the ARM Cortex-A5 processor is the smallest, lowest cost and lowest power ARMv7 application processor capable of delivering the internet to the widest possible range of devices: from low-cost entry-level smartphones, feature phones and smart mobile devices, to pervasive embedded consumer and industrial devices.
My company MYIR offers a DevKit MYD-SAMA5D3X for the high-performance Atmel SAMA5D3 series ARM Cortex-A5 processors which has one carrier board to support four different CPU modules respectively for SAMA5D31, SAMA5D33, SAMA5D34 and SAMA5D35 processors. It is capable of running Linux and Android operating systems and offered with optional 4.3- and 7-inch LCD panels. It can work in harsh environment supporting -40 to +85°C extended temperature operation.
More details about MYIR's SAMA5D3 DevKit can be found at:
Really interesting support for Quantified Self. I personally didn't know what it was till a few weeks ago. This is actually good article summarizing what the whole movement is about (http://bit.ly/PY3EG3). I've begun trying to quantify more of my workouts and fitness, we'll see what happens!
I have written a numerical optimizer for LTSpice. It automatically adjusts component values to optimize circuit objectives you set.
It uses an evolutionary algorithm as the search engine, which is not such an unusual thing these days.
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