This will be a very short blog post, but I hope that it helps someone.
I've noticed that many people learning C++ struggle with understanding pointers, references, variables, and the const keyword. So I plan to write a few charts and some words that can be used as a sort of reference to help. I will not try to go above and beyond in explaining what pointers, references, and const are, as there are already many resources that do wonderful jobs of that.
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Lately I've been working on a light temporal sampling algorithm that might be able to avoid some aliasing by adjusting the sampling rate. I usually do things like this strictly in MatLab, because it makes it overwhelmingly easy to build and run these kind of simulations, and then explore the results in potentially interactive graphs. But there are a few problems with that approach:
The MatLab IDE is overwhelmingly slow to startup and to compile and run programs on every machine I have ever