Integration and Automation of Manufacturing Systems
by Hugh Jack
Number of pages: 593
A book used for teaching manufacturing automation using Linux and other useful platforms. It is currently being used to teach EGR 474 - Integrated Manufacturing Systems. This book emphasizes programming - this is not found in any other automation books available. At present, half of the book is written chapters, while the other half is in note form.
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