[time-nuts] Simulating Oscillator Noise: DifficultiesSimulatingFlicker FM Noise
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Sat Apr 24 09:46:43 EDT 2010
I seem to vaguely recall there being a fairly specific commitment being discussed in my case. More or less porting the same code base over to something like Red Hat (this was the 1980's). One of many projects that never really got off the ground.
On Apr 24, 2010, at 9:22 AM, Magnus Danielson wrote:
> On 04/24/2010 02:36 PM, Bob Camp wrote:
>> .... I think I was the one going to do that ... back in the mid 1980's ... Based on progress to date, I don't think it will be here any time soon ...
> Well, I have been spending some time to implement several of the algorithms. There are many pieces to the puzzle thought. The stuff I have written lately is more to prove algorithmic correctness and lacks input tau0, provided sequences of data (assumes the fixed location and all that) and also a lot of supporting transformations and processing.
> I fill in the blanks every now and then.
> For my own sake, I don't invest in programs that forces me to run an operating system I don't want to run and depend on. If I have to write the code myself, then that happens to support my wish to learn the field even deeper. This set of priorities may or may not coincide with other peoples choices.
> NIST SP 1065 is a good starter for anyone wishing to do their own coding.
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