For a detailed explanation of how devices are used to control various appliances, motors, and other real world products, this site is worth a visit. Sixteen...
A paper presented at the 2003 International Cryptology Conference considers the vulnerability of embedded cryptosystems to side channel attacks, which are...
The Center for Robotics and Embedded Systems at the University of Southern California is the source of this paper about networked robots. The paper provides...
The April 2003 issue of ACM Queue, the online magazine of the Association for Computing Machinery, is dedicated to embedded systems. Seven articles are...
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The cells of an onion contain sulphuric compounds and other enzymes. When you cut into an onion, they mix, forming sulfenic acids, which in turn becomes a gas. It is that gas that irritates your eyes.
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