Your submission should follow our general guidelines. Please follow
object-oriented principles. Include an executable
for each program.
- Extend your circuit layout program to allow the user to generate a
circuit diagram and corresponding netlist file. Incorporate the dialog from
the previous assignment. Demonstrate by laying out the following circuit.
Add a ground component if you have not previously.
Your File menu should have a New menu item to clear any existing circuit
and a Save or Save As method to save the circuit as a netlist file.
Run your circuit analysis program from the previous assignment to solve for
the nodal voltages.
- Write a demonstration program that formats numbers using standard power-of-ten
abbreviations. For example a value of 1500 should be formatted as 1.5K, and a value
of 0.018 should be formatted as 18m. You should be able to format groups from femto (10-15)
to peta (1015). See Wikipedia reference
for examples. Personally I would use upper-case for scales greater than one and lower-case for scales less than one.
I would also use u for micro, rather than mu. Notice the use of this system in the current source
- Improve your robot controller from asgn07 (if necessary) and incorporate it into
The goal of the game is to steer the robot to the yellow X as quickly as possible.
Modify the code so that that the robot leaves “bread-crumbs” (small circular dots) periodically.
Use your “bread-crumbs” method to document your route to the destination.
- Write a Java program to perform Opening and
Closing on a binary image.
See morphology notes for
examples of dilation and erosion on a binary image.
- Write a Java program to generate an animated gif like the one below.
- Find and demonstrate a sound effect representing celebration.
for example code.
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