Monthly Archive: January 2009

Jan
16

Site and Myself Being Rejuvenated – Will Return Feb 2

Jan
12

What Have I Learned? – Einstein and the Ultimate Limits for Loop Performance

With all of the advanced algorithms and smart instrumentation available today, we can sometime lose sight of what are the real limits to loop performance. While it doesn’t take an Einstein to figure this out, as a former physicist, I found an interesting analogy. Einstein’s reasoning that nothing can travel faster than the speed of …

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Jan
04

What Have I Learned? – Sharing Knowledge

Reflecting on why my discussions with engineers at Rosemount Analytical and Broadley-James Corporation (see Dec 22 entry) were so personally rewarding, I realized that I was getting access to knowledge of decades of experience from vintage specialists and that this knowledge might otherwise be lost. Every year, hundreds of engineers with a wealth of experience …

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