For first level and second level physics courses such as Newtonian Mechanics, Optics Thermodynamics and Industrial Controls.
This book of hands-on experiments and simulation exercises covers a wide range of topics including physics, electronic communication, mathematics, Ethernet network and Internet control systems. The volume includes LabVIEW software that has been tested for reliability and experiments end with the analysis section that help students interpret processed data and verify applicable theory.
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LabVIEW®, a product of National Instruments Corporation, is an interactive, hands-on, object-oriented software environment used in instrument control, communications, and a wide range of other applications. It uses graphical language in creating a virtual instrument (VI), which can acquire and process data, display results on a graph, control another instrument and/or an external system, and perform simulation and many other tasks. Because a VI is a software file, it can be easily reconfigured to meet the requirements of a new specification; this ability to alter the functionality of an instrument is an advantage that was never before available to the user.
Applications in LabVIEW is a comprehensive text that includes -a wide range of data acquisition, analysis, and simulation experiments using LabVIEW software. Topics are presented ranging from an introduction to the basic tools and features of LabVIEW to in-depth, practical experiments with the software. Users are required in many of the experiments to modify existing software in order to achieve a specific measurement, a procedure that will help them better understand the use of LabVIEW.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0130161942