Item description for Comprehensive Dictionary of Electrical Engineering (Electrical Engineering Handbook) by Phillip A. Laplante...
This complete lexicon covers all the fields of electrical engineering. The book provides workable definitions for practicing engineers, serves as a reference and research tool for students, and offers practical information for scientists and engineers in other disciplines. Areas examined include applied electrical engineering, microwave engineering, control engineering, power engineering, digital systems engineering, and device electronics.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10" Width: 7" Height: 1.56" Weight: 3.54 lbs.
Release Date Dec 31, 1999
ISBN 3540648356 ISBN13 9783540648352
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More About Phillip A. Laplante
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.
Phillip A. Laplante has an academic affiliation as follows - Fairleigh Dickinson Univ. Penn State University, PA, USA Penn State Un.
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An invaluable reference for engineers and technicians May 20, 1999
This book is a "must-have" in my collection. In this time of increasing specialization, no engineer or technician can keep up with terminology. I recommend this book to all electrical and electronics engineers and technicians, public libraries, and school libraries.