Mathematics Solving the Stable Marriage problem on an FPGA (Part 2) by Michael Earls In part 1, I introduced the Stable Marriage problem and proposed implementing it on an FPGA. In this post, I will define the approach I am taking to define the preferences in binary

Mathematics Solving the Stable Marriage problem on an FPGA (Part 1) by Michael Earls At my last client, there was an issue that came up that required matching between two groups. It had to be a fair matching based on preferences of both sides. I first started

Electronics How I accidentally learned something unexpected from a simple binary counter by Michael Earls In my previous post, I talked about how I implemented a binary counter with my Mojo FPGA board. I am working on a follow-up post on implementing a reverse binary counter with a

Featured Post What lies beyond the limits of Mathematics? by Michael Earls I’ve been thinking about the universe lately and I’ve started wondering if the limitations of our understanding of the universe lies in the fact that our language of mathematics has limitations.