Comprehensive Dictionary of Electrical Engineering

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Phillip A. Laplante
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 31, 1999 - Technology & Engineering - 702 pages
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This complete lexicon covers all the fields of electrical engineering. The book provides workable definitions for practicing engineers, serves as a reference & research tool for students & offers practical information for scientists & engineers in other disciplines. Areas examined include applied electrical engineering, microwave engineering, control engineering, power engineering, digital systems engineering & device electronics.
  

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PHILLIP A. LAPLANTE is Associate Professor of Software Engineering at Penn State University and codirector of the Software Engineering Group. His research interests include real-time and embedded systems, image processing, and artificial intelligence. He has authored more than 100 papers and nineteen books, and cofounded the journal Real-Time Imaging. He has been building, studying, and teaching real-time systems for more than twenty years. Dr. Laplante received his BS, Meng, and PhD from Stevens Institute of Technology, as well as an MBA from the University of Colorado.

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