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French articles (some under Creative Commons)

This is just a collection of resources I have written over the years...

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I have written my first article in 1995 (which later became the subject of my Master's thesis) then started contributing to the french GLMF (GNU/Linux Magazine France) in 1999.

I have lost track of the number of pages that were published but it's "well over 300". I have written more than 60 articles., often more than 10 pages long. I have tried to keep records on my personal web site but you know how organised I am...

This project should supplement or even replace http://ygdes.com/sources/ but the primary goal is to advertise the articles that have been released later under the Creative Commons licence, because I believe them to be meaningful and important !

This page serves 2 purposes :

  • share the resources I have created for all those articles (because http://ygdes.com/sources/ and http://ygdes.com/GHDL/ are not the most convenient)
  • maintain a somewhat not-too-inaccurate bibliography (since the editor's site often lags and/or misses a thing or two)

I also try to track those articles I asked the editor to publish under CC (and which he forgot).

Some files are available on the web (without the publisher's approval), I provide the links for the sake of completeness.

The publisher maintains its own list at http://connect.ed-diamond.com/auteur/view/9094-guidon_yann

Pub'd

Title

Mag.

pp

files

CC

1996.02 "SOUFFLERIE NUMERIQUE SANS CALCUL" Pascalissime#64
16-42 NO
1999 about the F-CPU project GLMF#15 .
2001 "Développer en VHDL sous Linux" (using Vanilla VHDL & Simili) GLMF#36 NO
2001 a little Xlib-based tool that monitors the CPU load Linux
Loader #2
2004.05 "GDUPS ou la chasse aux fichiers dupliqués"
see #gdups for the most recent version
GLMF#61 56-65 NO
2005.1 "Installation, préparation, entretien et récupération des disques durs"
Groom and mourn you HDD
GLMF#68 30-45 NO
2005.6 "Introduction à la compression de données : validation d'un benchmark libre"
Characteristics of a free benchmark for lossless sound compression (DSP and spectra for dummies)
GLMF#73 16-25 NO
2005.7 "Introduction à la compression de données : mise en évidence de l'entropie"
Entropy exposed (Shannon's principles, coding theory, the nature of information...)
GLMF#74 46-60 NO
2005.9 "Tuning de code : optimisation d’un filtre UNIX sous Linux"
Tuning disk read and write bandwidth (benchmarking of the Linux Kernel with different R/W buffer sizes, multithreaded solutions, "pipe buffer" Unix utility)
GLMF#75 72-83 NO
2005.12 "Réalisation du CRC pour le conteneur MDS"
GLMF#78 70-86 NO
2006.3 "Les nombres pseudo-aléatoires pour les nuls (enfin, pas trop quand même)"
Understanding Pseudo-Random Number Generators (Galois fields, primitive polynomials, optimized PRNG: 500MB/s, P3@700MHz)
GLMF#81 64-76 NO
(but
was
?)
2006.6 "Adieu à Uqbar, le supercluster vectoriel de l’IDRIS" (Interviews, introduction to scientific HPC, vector vs SMP...) GLMF#84 6-18 NO
2006.7 "Sciences/Théorie de l'information : propriétés et dérivés des CRC et LFSR"
(Galois vs Fibonacci configurations etc.)
GLMF#85 84-93 NO
? "Quelques techniques d'optimisation en C" .
2007.04 "Conception de l'algorithme CRC16-64 (première partie : le scanner/balayage à haute vitesse)" GLMF#93 .
2007.05 "Personnalisation (un peu brutale) du système de login et des terminaux virtuels" GLMF#94 .
2007.07 "tGFSR32x4 : un nouvel algorithme pour la signature de données" GLMF#96
.
2007.10 "Prologue et épilogue de l'algorithme de signature rapide tGFSR32x4" GLMF#98 86- .
2007.11 "Algorithme de fragmentation pour MDS" describes a smart algorithm to prevent the "tiny remainder" problem when cutting blocks into smaller ones GLMF#99 86-93 YES
2008.05 "Accéder aux fichiers en JavaScript (ou le Cross-Site Scripting utile)"
(a dirty trick with a PHP loopback to save JS data on a file)
GLMF#105 42-54 .
2008.06 "Introduction...
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