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intel isef

Postby krishnashik » Tue Jul 13, 2010 5:31 pm

i wanted to known something before venturing into my project this is basically relating to a project of redesing microprocessors and data priority so basically i cant build a functioning model on my own or the research this in a lab . so basicallyi can write a lot about the theory but cant have functioning model to actully prove it if it actually works so any ideas how should i go about it also can i see the project of this years winner kevin ellis online
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Re: intel isef

Postby amyc » Tue Aug 17, 2010 9:31 am

Hi - You may want to post more information about the project you are considering so that our experts can offer assistance. At Science Buddies, we do not have the winning projects from the 2010 Intel ISEF.

You can find lists of winning projects on the Intel ISEF website:

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Re: intel isef

Postby hhemken » Tue Aug 31, 2010 3:32 pm

Are you designing a microprocessor or modifying an existing design? There are software simulators out there which you can use, although I can't tell if they will be useful to you without more details.
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