Die elektronische Welt mit Raspberry Pi entdecken

Author: Erik Bartmann

Publisher: O'Reilly Germany

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 992

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Der preiswerte Single-Board-Computer Raspberry Pi hat innerhalb kürzester Zeit die Herzen der Bastler und IT-Tüftler erobert. Das Board verfügt über zahlreiche Anschlussmöglickeiten, die einem großen PC in nichts nachstehen. Dass Linux als Betriebssystem gewählt wurde, trägt sicherlich zur großen Beliebtheit dieses kleinen Technikwunders bei und erlaubt zahlreiche Anwendungsmöglichkeiten, die zuvor mit einem Mikrocontroller nicht möglich waren. Elektronisches Grundwissen, wann man es braucht. Der Erfolgsautor Erik Bartmann verbindet auch in seinem neuesten Buch Die elektronische Welt mit Raspberry Pi entdecken die faszinierende Mikrocontroller-Welt mit elektronischen Grundlagenthemen. So lernt der Leser quasi spielerisch die physikalischen Grundlagen der Elektronik – und zwar genau an der Stelle, an der er sie braucht. Fünf Bücher in einem großen Werk. Der Autor hat gleich fünf Bücher in einem geschrieben: Es ist eine ausführliche Einführung in den Single-Board-Computer Raspberry Pi mit allen denkbaren Anschluss- und Erweiterungsmöglichkeiten; es ist gleichzeitig eine Einführung in die Elektronikgrundlagen. Um den Raspberry Pi selbst programmieren zu können, führt der Autor den Leser direkt in zwei Programmiersprachen ein: in Python und in C. Dabei setzt er keine Programmierkenntnisse voraus, sondern führt strukturiert in die Welt der Programmbefehle ein, und zwar von der geeignete Programmierumgebung über die Verwendung von Modulen bis hin zu eigenen, auf dem Raspberry Pi lauffähigen Programmen. Und wer noch nicht so firm in Linux ist, bekommt vom Autor eine Einführung in das Betriebssystem spendiert. Das Herz des Buches sind jedoch die fast 30 Elektronikprojekte, die der Autor mit zahlreichen vierfarbigen Abbildungen und Fotos, Schaltplänen und unzähligen wertvollen Insider-Tipps detailliert darstellt. Den Raspberry Pi erweitern. Zahlreiche Erweiterungs-Boards sind mittlerweile auf dem Markt, um die Funktions- und Leistungsmöglicheiten des Raspberry Pis zu erweitern. Der Autor zeigt dabei das Zusammenspiel vom Raspberry Pi mit dem Gertboard, dem PiFace-Board, dem Quick2Wire-Board, dem AlaMode-Board, dem Pi Cobbler-Board und dem Prototyping-Board auf. Wie Raspberry Pi mit dem Arduino-Mikrocontroller zusammen arbeiten kann, wird ebenso ausführlich dargestellt wie das Erstellen eines eigenen Simple-Boards, um noch mehr Leistung und Möglichkeiten aus dem Raspberry Pi herauszuholen. Server-Anwendungen für den Raspberry Pi. Mit einem Raspberry Pi und einer alten Festplatte kann man sich für kleines Geld einen voll funktionsfähigen Musik- oder Fileserver bauen. Wie Samba und die Web-Serversoftware Apache auf dem Raspberry Pi lauffähig gemacht wird, damit man sich den Single-Board-Computer zu einem Server oder Multimedia-Center ausbauen kann, stellt der Autor detailliert und umfassend dar. Langlebiges Raspberry-Pi-Nachschlagewerk in Farbe. Die elektronische Welt mit Raspberrry Pi entdecken ist komplett vierfarbig. Zahlreiche Farbfotos, farbige Abbildungen und farblich hervorgehobener Code machen das Lesen zu einem Augenschmaus. Detailfotos von Bauteilen helfen dir beim eigenen Zusammenbau ebenso wie farbige Schaltpläne. Noch nie war es so reizvoll, Elektronik zu verstehen – und anzuwenden.

Pi: A Source Book

Author: J.L. Berggren

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN:

Category: Mathematics

Page: 797

View: 238

This book documents the history of pi from the dawn of mathematical time to the present. One of the beauties of the literature on pi is that it allows for the inclusion of very modern, yet accessible, mathematics. The articles on pi collected herein fall into various classes. First and foremost there is a selection from the mathematical and computational literature of four millennia. There is also a variety of historical studies on the cultural significance of the number. Additionally, there is a selection of pieces that are anecdotal, fanciful, or simply amusing. For this new edition, the authors have updated the original material while adding new material of historical and cultural interest. There is a substantial exposition of the recent history of the computation of digits of pi, a discussion of the normality of the distribution of the digits, and new translations of works by Viete and Huygen.

System-specific PI Control Theory for Fluid and Motion Systems

Author: Kalman I. Krakow

Publisher: Universal-Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 640

View: 186

Several years ago, after many years of writing nonfiction, I decided to write a novel -- a medical thriller in the mold of Robin Cook, Michael Crichton, and Michael Palmer. The problem was that, although I knew how to write and had received a number of awards for nonfiction works, I didn't know how to write fiction. So, before putting fingers to keyboard I did a thorough search of the literature, which included reading numerous books and hundreds of website articles. What I discovered was that there simply wasn't one good source from which to learn the craft of writing genre fiction. "Writing Genre Fiction: A Guide to the Craft" is the book I was looking for when I set out on my quest to learn how to write fiction. It is an attempt to share what I learned from my research. It covers the six key elements of genre fiction; the various genres and subgenres; a large number of genre-fiction writing techniques; plot, subplots, and parallel plots; structure; scene and sequel; characterization; dialogue; emotions; and body language. It also covers additional information about copyrighting and plagiarism, where to get ideas, manuscript formatting and revision, and query letters and synopses. In addition, an appendix covers a large number of grammar tips.

The Number $\pi $

Author: Pierre Eymard

Publisher: American Mathematical Soc.

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 322

View: 591

This is a clever, beautiful book. The authors trace the thread of $\pi$ through the long history of mathematics. In so doing, they touch upon many major subjects in mathematics: geometry (of course), number theory, Galois theory, probability, transcendental numbers, analysis, and, as their crown jewel, the theory of elliptic functions, which connects many of the other subjects. By this device, the authors provide a tour through mathematics, one that mathematicians of all levels, amateur or professional, may appreciate. In many cases, the tour stops at beloved topics from particular special interest groups. Remarkably, $\pi$ is often found at the places of deepest beauty. Anyone from undergraduate mathematics majors through university professors will find many things to enjoy in this book.

Raspberry Pi for Arduino Users

Building IoT and Network Applications and Devices

Author: James R. Strickland

Publisher: Apress

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 427

View: 319

Leverage your Arduino skills in the Raspberry Pi world and see how to cross the two platforms into sophisticated programs. The Arduino and Raspberry Pi communities overlap more than you might think. Arduinos can be expanded to have network capabilities with a variety of “shields,” all of which increase the cost and complexity of the system. By contrast, Raspberry Pis all run Linux, which is a very network-competent platform. The newest Pi, the Raspberry Pi Zero W, is WiFi and Bluetooth capable, and costs around $10 U.S. For network enabled gadgets, it makes far more sense to cross to the Raspberry PI platform, if only someone would make it easy to do. That's what this book is about. You'll learn some survival level Linux system administration, so you know how to set the machine up and how to establish at least minimal security for your gadget. You''ll set up and learn the Geany IDE on your Pi, which is fairly similar to the Arduino IDE. Where the two platforms overlap the most is the GPIO system. You'll see that several projects use and explain the WiringPi system. This is is deliberately similar to the Arduino's 'Wiring' functionality, which is how sketches interact with GPIO pins. You'll learn the differences between the GPIO pins of the two devices, and how the Pi has some limitations on those pins that the Arduino does not. As a final project, in an effort to escape some of those limitations, you'll attach an AtMEGA 328P to the Raspberry Pi and configure it as a real, 8MHz Arduino with the Arduino IDE running on the Pi, and learn how to have the two platforms communicate, giving you the best of both worlds. What You'll Learn Establish security with Linux system administration Set up the Apache webserver Write CGI programs so other computers can connect to your Pi and pull data in from it. Use C/C++ from Arduino sketches to write programs for the Pi Who This Book Is For The Arduino user who's been through all the tutorials and is comfortable writing sketches and connecting hardware to their Arduino.

Raspberry Pi User Guide

Author: Eben Upton

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 312

View: 762

Learn the Raspberry Pi 3 from the experts! Raspberry Pi User Guide, 4th Edition is the "unofficial official" guide to everything Raspberry Pi 3. Written by the Pi's creator and a leading Pi guru, this book goes straight to the source to bring you the ultimate Raspberry Pi 3 manual. This new fourth edition has been updated to cover the Raspberry Pi 3 board and software, with detailed discussion on its wide array of configurations, languages, and applications. You'll learn how to take full advantage of the mighty Pi's full capabilities, and then expand those capabilities even more with add-on technologies. You'll write productivity and multimedia programs, and learn flexible programming languages that allow you to shape your Raspberry Pi into whatever you want it to be. If you're ready to jump right in, this book gets you started with clear, step-by-step instruction from software installation to system customization. The Raspberry Pi's tremendous popularity has spawned an entire industry of add-ons, parts, hacks, ideas, and inventions. The movement is growing, and pushing the boundaries of possibility along with it—are you ready to be a part of it? This book is your ideal companion for claiming your piece of the Pi. Get all set up with software, and connect to other devices Understand Linux System Admin nomenclature and conventions Write your own programs using Python and Scratch Extend the Pi's capabilities with add-ons like Wi-Fi dongles, a touch screen, and more The credit-card sized Raspberry Pi has become a global phenomenon. Created by the Raspberry Pi Foundation to get kids interested in programming, this tiny computer kick-started a movement of tinkerers, thinkers, experimenters, and inventors. Where will your Raspberry Pi 3 take you? The Raspberry Pi User Guide, 3rd Edition is your ultimate roadmap to discovery.

Adventures in Raspberry Pi

Author: Carrie Anne Philbin

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 256

View: 517

Start programming quickly with this super-fun guide to Raspberry Pi Adventures in Raspberry Pi, 2nd Edition includes 9 cool projects that show you how to set up and start developing on your Raspberry Pi. Updated for the release of the Rev 3 board, this second edition covers all the latest features and tells you everything you need to know. Written specifically for 11-15 year-olds, this book uses the wildly successful, Raspberry Pi to explain the fundamentals of computing. You'll have a blast learning basic programming and system administration skills, beginning with the very basics of how to plug in the board and turn it on. Each project includes an instructional video so you can jump right in and start going through the lessons on your own. This hands-on book gets you up and running fast, with fun projects that let you explore. Learn how to "talk to" your Raspberry Pi Create games and stories with Scratch Program with Turtle Graphics and Python Code music and create a Raspberry Pi jukebox If you want to get started programming today, Adventures in Raspberry Pi is the ultimate hands-on guide.

CliffsNotes on Martel’s Life of Pi

Author: Abigail Wheetley

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN:

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 30

View: 131

This EBOOK Lit Note from the experts at CliffsNotes on Yann Martel's acclaimed Life of Pi includes plot summaries and commentaries, and character analyses on this best-selling book. Features of this Lit Note from the experts at CliffsNotes include: Focused summaries of the plot and analysis of important themes, symbols, and character development Character analyses of major characters, focusing on what makes each character "tick" and how each character grows throughout the novel Brief synopsis of the entire book Short quiz

Raspberry Pi Mechatronics Projects HOTSHOT

Author: Sai Yamanoor

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 250

View: 481

This book is targeted towards beginners and intermediate designers of mechatronic systems and embedded system design. Some familiarity with the Raspberry Pi and Python programming is preferred but not required.

Penetration Testing with Raspberry Pi

Author: Joseph Muniz

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 208

View: 535

If you are looking for a low budget, small form-factor remotely accessible hacking tool, then the concepts in this book are ideal for you. If you are a penetration tester who wants to save on travel costs by placing a low-cost node on a target network, you will save thousands by using the methods covered in this book. You do not have to be a skilled hacker or programmer to use this book. It will be beneficial to have some networking experience; however, it is not required to follow the concepts covered in this book.