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Enables you to understand how such a circuit actually works and play around with the input switches and the bindkeys, just to see what happens.
Use Hamming Weight to play around with a bit counter circuit that contains fifteen input switches. If one of the fifteen input switches is triggered, a « 1 » appears in the binary code output. If all fifteen input switches are triggered, a « 0 » appears in the binary output.
Hamming weight generates random values for the 15 input switches (10 bit binary code values). Then the « 1 » or « 0 » will be randomly generated according to the values entered by you. You can change the random values for the inputs.
When you change the values of the inputs, the result will be displayed in the textarea.
Hamming weight runs in a standalone Java applet. It does not require an internet connection. You can load it into an html page and can view it using Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator.
The « bindkeys » button that enables you to change the way the input switches are arranged. If you choose the « just mix » option, the circuit will be randomly formed with 100% hits. If you choose the « automix » option, the circuit will be randomly formed with 50% hits.
The « randomize » button enables you to randomize the 15 input switches (10 bit binary code values).
The « help » button provides access to some fundamental information about the program and functions. It is not detailed, but does provide some information.
HAMMING WEIGHT ACTIVATION PROMPT:
The Hamming weight activity prompt simply displays a textbox where you can enter a « 1 » or « 0 ».
Entered values appear in the textarea below.
This textarea displays the entered value (from the « 1 » or « 0 ») that you have entered.
WHAT THE APPLET IS DOING:
The Hamming weight activity applet will randomly generate 10 bit binary code values. When one of the fifteen input switches is triggered, the resultant binary value will be randomly generated according to the values in the textarea. If all fifteen input switches are triggered, the binary value will be « 0 ».
HOW IT WORKS:
Enter your own binary values in the textarea. A « 1 » or « 0 » will be generated and displayed in the textarea.
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The input switches are connected to the outputs of 15 light bulbs.
The 15 light bulbs are connected in parallel (because they are identical).
See the interactive Java applet.
Each time you press a button, the light bulbs will blink, just like a bit counter.
As Hamming weight is intended for educational purposes, you might want to take a look at the corresponding wiki page.
Tutorial to build Hamming weight
Hamming weight contains a single class file.
You can use the Hamming weight example as a guideline for building your own JAVA applet:
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The ZIP-archive includes the complete source code, as well as several sample JSP and HTML files that demonstrate how to build the applet using servlets and JSP tags.
The example files are not Java examples, but more like a general tutorial for the creation of web pages.
Building the example files
The example files are written in a custom tag language (as explained below) to control the content of a web page.
For Hamming weight, you’ll start off with the following sample HTML-file:
The following lines of HTML first define a web page, which is called for example.jsp (JSP)
This is a Hamming weight example.
After a small bit of HTML and some comments, the files starts with one single Java import statement:
The following line is the start of the Java code and is located in the part of HTML where the files uses Java.
HammingWeight.show(« Hamming weight input switches », [« A », « B », « C », « D », « E », « F », « G », « H », « I », « J », « K », « L », « M », « N », « O », « P », « Q », « R », « S », « T », « U
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Hamming weight is a lightweight Java applet that enables you to
understand how such a circuit actually works and play around with the
input switches and the bindkeys, just to see what happens.
Hamming weight has two modes: bit-mode and position-mode. To toggle between them, click on the « BS » symbol at the right side of the window.
Each pixel represents a bit.
Each pixel has a state (ON or OFF) which indicates the state of the corresponding bit.
A bit can be switched from OFF to ON or vice versa, by setting it to « 1 » or « 0 », respectively.
A bit can be switched only if all the neighboring bits are OFF and the currently switched bit is OFF, so that only one line (a « 1 ») of the pattern is ON at a time.
A bit can only be switched if it is an input, and its neighbor bits are OFF.
The order of input bits is irrelevant (only the bit’s location matters).
The value of the input bits can not be changed, only their state.
The bindkeys are the switches which control the states of the input bits.
The bindkeys of the first line of the pattern are the ones on which you can make changes.
The value of the bindkeys can not be changed, only their state.
When no switch is bound, the bindkeys do not affect the state of any bit.
When the bindkeys of the first line are on, the switch at position 0 is bound to OFF, and so on.
When the bindkeys are off, the switch at position 0 is bound to ON, and so on.
When the switch at position 0 is bound to OFF, the bindkeys of the second line are bound to ON.
When the switch at position 1 is bound to OFF, the bindkeys of the third line are bound to OFF.
When the switch at position 2 is bound to OFF, the bindkeys of the fourth line are bound to OFF.
And so on.
The left pixels represent the bits of the first input line, the right pixels the bits of the second line, etc.
This way, you can modify the state of each of the input bits independently of each other.
Note that the position of the pixel is its position in the line, not its position in the entire pattern.
To set the state of a bit to 1, simply click on
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The hamming weight is a simple Java applet that illustrates a bit counter circuit with fifteen inputs.
It’s an interactive simulation that shows how the circuit works.
The input pins are connected to the circuit.
You can switch from one input to the next by clicking on the button.
You can change the value of the bound-keys by clicking on them.
Easy applet. You can change configuration by editing the config.jsp file
and uploading it again.
Hamming Weight License:
The hamming weight Java applet, and Hamming Weight as a whole, is released under GNU GPL v3.
This means that its use, distribution, and modification are governed by the GNU General Public License (GPL).
Hamming Weight Homepage:
How to use the applet:
This applet is made to be used in one of these ways:
1: You can play around with the circuit by directly clicking on the buttons.
If you want to study a bit more about the circuit, then you can click on the « hamming-weight-forum » link.
After you click on the « hamming-weight-forum » link, you will be redirected to the Hamming Weight Homepage:
3: You can use the applet as a monitor
…but you need to upload the configuration file.
You need to edit the config.jsp file. If you want to test it directly click on the « Hamming Weight Homepage » link.
Important: When you upload the configuration file, the simulator will be reset to default configurations.
You cannot test or test if the configurations are correct if you don’t use the config.jsp file.
Try to use the hamming-weight-forum to change configurations.
Hamming Weight Configurations:
The following are the most common configurations that you’ll find on this forum:
* 2015.12.10 Created by The_Hammer_Man
// This is the amount of the k-electrons
var currentElectrons = 15;
// The file in which we’ll store the configuration we’ve made
var configFile = « config.php »;
// This is the amount of bytes stored in the config
System Requirements For Hamming Weight:
* 256 MB RAM
* 300 MB HDD
* Minimum Windows Vista x86
* 7 GB free disk space
* Intel Pentium II / AMD Athlon 64 Processor or better
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