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S12X fuzzy MEM instruction mixed with C

Question asked by Alessandro Audero on Jun 17, 2011
Latest reply on Jun 17, 2011 by Alessandro Audero

Hello All,

I'm focusing myself on fuzzy logic instructions implemented into the S12X micro for solving problems of separating noisy data into sets.

 

I'm programming in C and now it came to implement a fuzzification routine with the MEM instruction (just as a first step).

After having read the Reference  Manual, the forums, the CodeWarrior manual about mixing C and ASM, I cannot get the fuzzification routine to work.

 

Here there is a snip of the code:

 

const uchar membership_functions[] = {       //P1    P2   slp1  slp2 0x40, 0xD0, 0x08, 0x04};#pragma NO_ENTRYvoid ASM_fuzzify_test(char * mfs, char * sis) {  __asm {    TFR  D,Y    LDX  3,SP    LDAA #$70    MEM  }}

Since the ASM_fuzzify_test routine is called using CALL, I have to get mfs by accessing 3,SP and not 2,SP as stated when using the JSR.

As it can be seen, what I do is to set a single membership function and testing the 0x70 value against it, expecting to have in 0,Y the fuzzy input, that in this case should be 0xFF.

 

For checking that, before calling the ASM_fuzzify_test I clear the array  that I'm going to pass to the routine with 0xAA, and after having called it I print it on the serial console.

 

What I get is that the just called routine never modifies the output array values, they remain as I've set them before calling ASM_fuzzify_test (all to 0xAA).

 

This is how I call the routine:

 

// global buffer in default, non banked RAMuchar nb_generic_buffer[1536];

 

for (i = 0; i < 1536; i++) nb_generic_buffer[i] = 0xAA;ASM_fuzzify_test(membership_functions, nb_generic_buffer);for (i = 0; i < 1536; i++) SCI_printf(SCI_1, "%.2X ", nb_generic_buffer[i]);

 

In the for loop I expect to have the first value set to 0xFF, and not to 0xAA.

Anyone can help me in finding where I'm mistaken?

 

Thanks a lot to anyone who can contribute on this..

 

Ale

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