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Computer Architecture and Interfacing to Mechatronic Systems

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Computer Architecture and Interfacing to Mechatronic Systems
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Publisher: Chrystobel Engineering
ISBN/ASIN: 0646160893
Number of pages: 437

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The purpose of this book is to address the links that need to be bridged between modern electronic and mechanical equipment. In other words, we look at the issue of what a mechanical or manufacturing engineer needs to know in order to sensibly design mechatronic systems.

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