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View Resource Using Simple Adaptive Control (SAC) Theory

What is the most important expectation from a Servo Controller worthwhile called a good one? At present, many products named ?Industrial Servo Controller? are in the market; however, to select a goo...

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View Resource FPGAs Under the Hood

High-level design tools offer field-programmable gate array (FPGA) technology to engineers and scientists who have little or no digital hardware design expertise. Whether you use graphical...

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View Resource Model-based Design for Mechatronics Systems

It is now practical to write software for real-time systems long before the actual computer hardware is sitting in a physical prototype.

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View Resource American Society of Mechanical Engineers

The ASME vision for mechanical engineering is to be the premier organization for promoting the art, science and practice throughout the world.

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View Resource Mechatronics - Integrated Mechanical, Electrical, Control, and Embedded Software Design

Mechatronics is a system-level approach to designing electromechanical systems that merges mechanical, electrical, control system, and embedded software design. It represents an industry-wide effort...

http://www.ni.com/mechatronics/
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