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ESP32 IPC

New

github.com/espressif/esp-idf/blob/master/components/esp_ipc/ipc.c, “ipc%d”
github.com/espressif/esp-idf/blob/master/components/freertos/timers.c, “Tmr Svc”

Old

github.com/pycom/esp-idf-2.0/blob/master/components/esp32/ipc.c

void esp_ipc_init()
{
    s_ipc_mutex = xSemaphoreCreateMutex();
    s_ipc_ack = xSemaphoreCreateBinary();
    const char* task_names[2] = {"ipc0", "ipc1"};
    for (int i = 0; i < portNUM_PROCESSORS; ++i) {
        s_ipc_sem[i] = xSemaphoreCreateBinary();
        xTaskCreatePinnedToCore(ipc_task, task_names[i], XT_STACK_MIN_SIZE, (void*) i,
                                configMAX_PRIORITIES - 1, &s_ipc_tasks[i], i);
    }
}

Forum 1

How to resolve ipc1 task

ipc1,ipc0 tasks are auxiliary tasks used during flash operations. If code on CPU0 is doing flash operation, then ipc1 task runs for the duration of the operation; and vice versa. In the log you have posted, it says that IDLE task on CPU0 has not been running for a while. It means that the task on CPU0 did not yield to IDLE task for that duration of time. Ipc1 task is running on CPU1, so it is not itself responsible for the problem. It just happens to be running on CPU1 at the moment when the task watchdog is printing this message.

Forum 2

Task watchdog getting triggered when opening OTA partition #3775

[Switching to thread 9 (Thread 1073446484)]
#0 0x40083df2 in spi_flash_op_block_func (arg=0x0) at esp-idf/components/spi_flash/cache_utils.c:82
#1 0x40082c6a in ipc_task (arg=0x0) at esp-idf/components/esp32/ipc.c:62
#2 0x40091270 in vPortTaskWrapper (pxCode=0x40082c08 <ipc_task>, pvParameters=0x0) at esp32-arduino-lib-builder/esp-idf/components/freertos/port.c:143

Tumor: Spinaliom, Basaliom, Melanom

  • Amboss

Kregsliga – Basaliom, Spinaliom
Krebsliga – Melanom – Schwarzer Hautkrebs
Patientenbroschuere_Melanom_D_11_2019.pdf

Malignes Melanom
Malignes Melanom: schwarzer Hautkrebs
Malignes Melanom

Spinaliom – bösartiger Hauttumor

Immersion (Mikroskopie)

ONKODIN – Onkologie, Hämatologie

3.1 Histopathologie des malignen Melanoms
3.2 Dermatoskopie pigmentierter Hautläsionen und des malignen Melanoms

Angiogenese

Wie Krebszellen wachsen und sich ausbreiten
Darmkrebs – Zielgerichtete Therapie – Angiogenese-Hemmung
Wie funktioniert die Tumor-Angiogenese?
Angiogenese
Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF)
VEGF

AI

Artificial intelligence in dermatology
Human–computer collaboration for skin cancer recognition
Artificial intelligence for skin cancer diagnosis, from science-fiction to reality

Literatur

Dermatoskopie ohne Dermatoskop
Hautveränderungen einfach und sicherer beurteilen

Hersteller

FotoFinder
Heine
DermoScan
InfraTec GmbH
InfraTec GmbH Schweiz

3D Druck Postprocessing/Nachbearbeitung (Weiterverarbeitung und Veredelung)

  1. Optimierung der UV Resistenz und Witterungsbeständigkeit
  2. Optimierung der Festigkeit
  3. Optimierung der Geometrie (Anpassung von Toleranzen)
  4. Optimierung der Oberflächenqualität
  5. Optimierung der Hitzebeständigkeit

Glowforge

Schnittbereich: 279 x 495 mm

Settings

Platten Speed Power # of Passes
MDF roh, 3mm, 515 x 300 mm 230 100% 2

Glowforge Tech Specs

WORK AREA

Maximum material depth: 18″ (455 mm) for Basic and Plus; unlimited for Pro
Maximum material width: 20″ (515 mm)
Cutting area: approx. 11″ (279 mm) deep and 19.5″ (495 mm) wide
Maximum material height: 2″ (50mm)
Maximum material height with tray: 0.5″ (13mm)