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Graphical Programming Using LabVIEW™

Graphical Programming Using LabVIEW™

Fundamentals and advanced techniques  

by Julio César Rodríguez-Quiñonez, Oscar Real-Moreno

In this book, the authors focus on efficient ways to program instrumentation and automation systems using LabVIEW™, a system design platform and development environment commonly used for data acquisition, instrument control, and industrial automation on a variety of operating systems.

Starting with the concepts of data flow and concurrent programming, the authors go on to address the development of state machines, event programming and consumer producer systems. Chapters cover the following topics: Introduction to LabVIEW™, debugging tools, structures, SubVIs, structures - LabVIEW™ features, organizing front panel and block diagram, using software resources, using hardware resources, implementing test machines with a basic architecture, controlling the user interface, error handling, responding to the user interactions, the ATM review project, communication between loops at different rates, preventing race conditions, advanced use of software resources, and real-time programming.

This book helps undergraduate and graduate students learn how to identify the most suitable design patterns depending on the application, and how to implement them in conjunction with data acquisition and instrumentation control systems. It is also a useful resource for entry-level engineers working in relevant fields.

About the Author

Julio César Rodríguez-Quiñonez is head of the Extension and Liaison Department in the Engineering Faculty of the Autonomous University of Baja California, Mexico. He is involved in the development of optical scanning prototype in the Applied Physics Department and a research leader in the development of a new stereo vision system prototype. He is a guest editor of IEEE Sensors Journal, International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems and Journal of Sensors.

Oscar Real-Moreno is teaching at the Technological University of San Luis Rio Colorado and studying to obtain his doctorate degree at the Autonomous University of Baja California, Mexico. His current research work is based on a new camera calibration method for active stereo vision systems by triangulation in real time. He received his Master of Engineering degree from the Autonomous University of Baja California, Mexico.



Item Subjects:
Computing and Networks

Publication Year: 2022

Pages: 368

ISBN-13: 978-1-83953-460-7

Format: HBK

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