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Most LabVIEW programmers are engineers, scientists, or technicians, including students pursuing degrees in these fields. They develop large applications in test and measurement, data acquisition, embedded control, scientific research, and process monitoring systems. Application development often involves a team approach. Often the applications are of a mission critical nature. If the LabVIEW programmer follows the guidelines in this book, his or her work will be efficient and robust, readable, easier to use, maintain, and review. This book has lots of practical information learned through years of professional LabVIEW development experience; including many source code illustrations, small code snippets as well as complete application examples; and incorporates newer features of LabVIEW versions 6.1 and soon to be released 8.0, which is a major new release.
|Publication date:||21st November 2017|
|Author:||Peter A. Blume|
|Publisher:||Pearson an imprint of Pearson Education (US)|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Engineering measurement & calibration, Instruments & instrumentation engineering,|
Peter Blume is the founder and president of Bloomy, a National Instruments Select Integration Partner that specializes in LabVIEW-based systems development. Since LabVIEW Version 2.5, Blume and his staff of engineers have solved more than a thousand industrial applications for customers throughout the northeastern United States. To promote consistent quality among multiple developers in multiple offices, Blume established and evolved the company's LabVIEW development practices. Blume has written and presented multiple LabVIEW style-related presentations, including Bloomy Controls' Professional LabVIEW Development Guidelines at NIWeek 2002 and Five Techniques for Better LabVIEW Code at NIWeek 2003. He also has published technical articles in various trade ...More About Peter A. Blume