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    Computer Engineering

    Computer engineering is a field of study that integrates electrical engineering and computer science to develop computer hardware and software. Compute engineers have training in electronic engineering, software design and hardware software integration. This type of engineering focuses not only on how computer systems themselves work, but also how they integrate into the larger picture. Typical tasks of a computer engineer include writing software and firmware for embedded microcontrollers, designing VLSI chips, designing analog sensors, designing mixed signal circuit boards and designing operating systems. They also are involved in robotic research and sensors.

    The first computer engineering program at a University was established in 1972 at Case Western Reserve University. Due to the increasing requirements for engineer jobs, some tertiary institutions offer a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering. Similar to other engineering disciplines, having an extensive knowledge of mathematics and science is necessary for computer engineers. There are two major specialities in computer engineering, software engineering and hardware engineering. 

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    An Introduction to Operations Research

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    Linear Programming Solver Salespersons

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    Operations Research: An Introduction

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    Java Programming with Commented Code

    A marketing research company has hired you to develop a program. Analytics Nation, Inc. has gathered information from about five different products. They would like to follow up with 1% of these households. Analytics Nation requires a third party to select 1% of the households for one of the products. Choices must be random.

    Signal processing using MATLAB

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    LVDT, ADC, Strain Gauge, Bellows

    1. An LVDT with associated signal conditioning will be used to measure work-piece motion from -20 to +20 cm. The static transfer function is 2.5 mV/mm. The output will be interfaced to a computer via an ADC. a. What is the range of output voltage? b. If the desired resolution is 0.5 mm, how many bits must the ADC have? c.

    A photocell with a 35-ms time constant is used to measure light flashes.

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    LVDT, Analog signal conditioning, Range of output voltage

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    RAM to support a computer screen display

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    Microprocessor Operating Systems and System Interrupt Services

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    Orthogonality using MATLAB

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    Mfile program

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    Rms current

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    Question 9 Only

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    Nyquist Design

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    Manufacturing Processes: Example Problems

    1. Describe the relative advantages and limitations of cold and hot isostatic pressing. 2. Should green compacts be brought up to the sintering temperature slowly or rapidly? Explain your reasoning. 3. Explain the effects of using fine powders and those of using coarse powders in the making of P/M parts 4. It is possible to i

    Discrete Time Systems

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    Linear Systems and Linearized State Space

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    Address Decoding

    Most computer memories are composed of a large number different devices that are interconnected to form the whole memory array which is accessed using the address bus. All of the chips are also connected to the data bus. To create a simple memory map, each chip must be allocated a range of memory addresses which are unique. This

    Considering Control Systems

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    Matlab Program to Computer

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    MATLAB program

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    MOSFET amplifier with active load

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