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Altera Quartus Prime 16.0  Software

Posted by scutter at May 15, 2016
Altera Quartus Prime 16.0

Altera Quartus Prime 16.0 | 54.5 Gb

Altera, now part of Intel, announced the production release of the new Quartus Prime Pro design software, which further accelerates FPGA design performance and design team productivity.

Altera Quartus Prime 16.0 Update 1  Software

Posted by scutter at June 18, 2016
Altera Quartus Prime 16.0 Update 1

Altera Quartus Prime 16.0 Update 1 | 13.9 Gb

Altera, now part of Intel, has released update of the new Quartus Prime Pro 16.0 design software, which further accelerates FPGA design performance and design team productivity.

Altera Quartus Prime 16.1  Software

Posted by scutter at Nov. 10, 2016
Altera Quartus Prime 16.1

Altera Quartus Prime 16.1 | 56.2 Gb

Altera, now part of Intel, announced the production release of the new Quartus Prime 16.1 design software, which further accelerates FPGA design performance and design team productivity.

Altera Quartus Prime 16.0 Update 2  Software

Posted by scutter at Aug. 9, 2016
Altera Quartus Prime 16.0 Update 2

Altera Quartus Prime 16.0 Update 2 | 14.4 Gb

Altera, now part of Intel, has released update of the new Quartus Prime Pro 16.0 design software, which further accelerates FPGA design performance and design team productivity.

Altera Quartus Prime 15.1 Update2  Software

Posted by scutter at March 5, 2016
Altera Quartus Prime 15.1 Update2

Altera Quartus Prime 15.1 Update2 | 9.6 Gb

Signaling a new era in design productivity for a new generation of programmable logic devices, Altera Corporation has released 15.1.2.193 version of Quartus Prime Design software. Altera’s new software environment builds upon the company’s proven, user-friendly Quartus II software and incorporates the new productivity-centric Spectra-Q engine.

Altera Quartus Prime 16.1 Update1  Software

Posted by scutter at Dec. 21, 2016
Altera Quartus Prime 16.1 Update1

Altera Quartus Prime 16.1 Update1 | 6.2 Gb

Altera, now part of Intel, announced the update production release of the new Quartus Prime 16.1 design software, which further accelerates FPGA design performance and design team productivity.

Altera Quartus Prime 16.1 Update 2  Software

Posted by scutter at Feb. 11, 2017
Altera Quartus Prime 16.1 Update 2

Altera Quartus Prime 16.1 Update 2 | 8.5 Gb

Altera, now part of Intel, announced the update production release of the new Quartus Prime 16.1 design software, which further accelerates FPGA design performance and design team productivity.

Hands-on Experience with Altera FPGA Development Boards  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AvaxGenius at Nov. 9, 2017
Hands-on Experience with Altera FPGA Development Boards

Hands-on Experience with Altera FPGA Development Boards By Jivan S. Parab
English | PDF,EPUB | 2017 (2018 Edition) | 159 Pages | ISBN : 8132237676 | 17.28 MB

This book is built around the use of readymade soft processor cores for FPGA design. In particular, the book focuses on Altera FPGA boards. The book explores many different embedded systems needs and prepares its readers for hands-on design and development of such systems. Many worked-out examples and case studies have been included to enable a clear understanding of design concepts.

ALTERA STELLA  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Barvaz at Sept. 8, 2018
ALTERA STELLA

ALTERA STELLA by Victor Maleski
Italian | 2018 | ISBN: n/a | 83 pages | PDF | 3.4 MB
Geoffrey Douglas Madge - Kaikhosru Sorabji: Opus Clavicembalisticum (1983) Remastered 1999, 5CD Box Set

Geoffrey Douglas Madge - Kaikhosru Sorabji: Opus Clavicembalisticum (1983)
Remastered 1999, 5CD Box Set
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 949 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 552 Mb | Scans ~ 72 Mb
Genre: Classical | Label: BIS | # BIS-CD-1062/1064 | Time: 03:59:13

A work with a name like this can only be unusual. The opus in question is a three-part solo piano epic, lasting a shade under four hours and of a complexity to match. Combine an all-night raga sequence with Bach's Art of Fugue and you're getting close. Is it worth the listen? Yes, if you want to give your heart and mind–not just your brain–a real workout. For all his outsize demands, Sorabji was a front-rank pianist, who understood technique as a physical end to spiritual means. There are stretches of manic complexity here, but also passages of real poetry: try the lengthy "Interludium primum" which opens Part 2, or many of the 81(!) variations which follow the magisterial "Passacaglia" in Part 3. It's music which cries out for transcendental virtuosity, and Geoffrey Douglas Madge gives it just that. He gave four performances over six years and this Chicago one from 1983 assumed mythic status among those who heard it. Remastered for CD release, it is awe-inspiring in its grasp of what's gone into this music: the audience clearly living it with the pianist every step of the way. Hear it for yourself, then why not run the marathon or climb Everest for relaxation?