Programmable computing comes of age at NIWeek

Wilson, Andrew
October 2004
Vision Systems Design;Oct2004, Vol. 9 Issue 10, p9
Reports on the developments in programmable computing discussed at the annual NIWeek of National Instruments in Austin, Texas in 2004. Use of the LabVIEW dataflow concept in design and embedded control; Expansion of virtual instrumentation into embedded software development and industrial control; Trends in embedded system design. INSET: TRENDS IN EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN.


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