Measurement Systems: Application and Design
This comprehensive text develops measurement as a coherent engineering science and technology which considers all application areas. Computer technology is integrated throughout, including both computer-aided analysis and design and the incorporation of dedicated computers into measurement systems. Coverage includes a unified treatment of measurement system dynamics, emphasis on the increasingly important use of sensors in manufacturing, and material on many electro-optical systems.
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Generalized Configurations and Functional
Instrument FirstOrder Instrument Step Response of First
Motion and Dimensional Measurement
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