
Brief User' Guide
 Set N (defaut N=8), the number of stages in the register
 Click "Find Coefficients" button will cause the applet to find a set of feedback coefficients
 The set of coefficient correspond to a primitive polynomial. However, there may be other valid sets.
 The user can decide to enter his own set of coefficients by
 Check "Coefficients Editable"
 Enter "c5 c2 ..." as the customized values in the text area for coefficients.
 Enter a initial bit sequence which has exactly N [0/1] values under "Initial data vector"
 Enter an integer under "Sequence length i_max"
 Enter a value, Nw, for "Displayed width". The output will be rendered in lines of Nw values
 Click "Simulate" button to see a bit sequence at the register's output (rightmost stage)
 Read result in the text area window, which is also presented in a plot below
 The plot can be zoomed in by dragging the mouse to form a rectange, and the region will be updated to fill the whole plot. A click on the "fill" button cause the plot to resume its initial scale.
Reference
Paul H. Bardell, William H. McAnney, and Jacob Savir, "BuiltIn Test for VLSI: Pseudorandom Techniques", John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1987.

