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by Taqi Mohiuddin,Matt Nawrocki,Rick Bitter

eBook LabVIEW: Advanced Programming Techniques download ISBN: 0849320496
Author: Taqi Mohiuddin,Matt Nawrocki,Rick Bitter
Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (August 10, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 456
ePub: 1415 kb
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Rating: 4.7
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Whether seeking deeper knowledge of LabVIEW®’s capabilities or striving to build enhanced VIs, professionals know they will find everything they need in LabVIEW: Advanced Programming Techniques.

Whether seeking deeper knowledge of LabVIEW®’s capabilities or striving to build enhanced VIs, professionals know they will find everything they need in LabVIEW: Advanced Programming Techniques.

LabVIEW: Advanced Programming Techniques by Rick Bitter (Author), Taqi Mohiuddin (Author), Matt Nawrocki (Author).

Rick Bitter, Taqi Mohiuddin, Matt Nawrocki, LabVIEW Advanced Proagramming Technique, CRC Press, 2001.

LabVIEW : advanced programming techniques, Richard Bitter, Taqi Mohiuddin, Matthew R. Nawrocki. Users of LabVIEW with varying levels of expertise will find this book beneficial. - 2nd ed. p. cm. ISBN 0-8493-3325-3 (alk. paper) 1. Computer programming. 3. Computer graphics. The first two chapters provide an overview of LabVIEW’s Integrated Development Environment, programming constructs, and main features.

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The graphical nature of LabVIEW makes it ideal for test and measurement applications and its use brings significant improvements in productivity over conventional programming languages. However, comprehensive treatments of the more advanced topics have been scattered and difficult to find-until now.LabVIEW Advanced Programming Techniques offers in-depth coverage of the subjects that move you to the next level of programming-the level that allows full exploitation of LabVIEW's power and utility. These topics include:Active X: Gain the background needed to use Active X in your LabVIEW applications.Object-Oriented Technologies: Get a clear description of object analysis and see examples of how it can apply to LabVIEW applications. Application structure: Discover a three-tiered architecture that results in robust, flexible, and easy to maintain code.State machines: Get extensive coverage of several types of state machines-arguably the most useful programming tool available.Exception handling: Learn how to detect, process, and resolve exceptions in your code.Instrument drivers: See the value drivers bring to code readability and maintenance -Learn the techniques for constructing reusable drivers.Multi-threading: Learn how to look at a LabVIEW code diagram to determine how many threads your application can use, then optimize the performance of the application.
Comments: (7)
Very good book I would recommend to Labview programmers who have taken or are about to take the LV Intermediate courses. The early chapters give a concise, but thorough definition of all the key Labview programming structures. Chapter 3 on state machines gave ideas on how to greatly expand the capabilities of a state machine by using an event matrix. Later chapters get into some of the mechanics of activeX and .net. It also discusses using object oriented techniques in Labview. Only problems I had were some block diagram pictures were missing some of their lines, and the examples on the attached CD were based on a much older version of Labview. However, these issues were minor and I would highly recommend the book.
Good book
I was not impressed. In my opinion it is tot all that advanced. Was not what I was looking for. I learn more by online research.
Not a book for LabVIEW beginners, unless they are (fairly) accomplished programmers as well. To me, a beginner and not much (anymore) of a programmer, it appears to be a well laid out and thought out book. I WILL enjoy it.
Disc is quite dated.
This book is in good condition. Well written for advanced people. I benefited much from this book.
You'll definitely learn from this book, but I'm not crazy about it. It's already at least 10 years old, so many new features of LV are not covered here, or shortcut keys which have changed. The order of material sometimes seems out of place. For example discussing Project files or Global variables early in the introduction seems out of place, as they are unnecessary for most basic VI's.
This seems to be a "breadth first" approach. For example in the initial discussion of front panel controls, it goes into details on refnums and paths, which seems prematurely detailed.
While discussing advanced topics, the examples all show terminals shown as icons, which clutters block diagrams. I don't know many LV programmer who views terminals as large icons, particularly as there has never been a zoom function.
It was an oversight to NOT describe how the context-sensitive multi-tool mode of the Tool Palette works.
In discussing error clusters initially, a fair amount of detail is provided about how they are used for exception handling. But there is no mention of their extensive use in program flow control. Very weird.
Perhaps it is my particular eBook, but the vast majority of the book is in black/white, except for the cover and a couple diagrams.
So I think it's worth a read, I can't say this is a great book at all. It could have used some extensive editing.
This is one of the worst technical books I have had the misfortune of wasting money on. The text was clearly not proofread to any useful extent. This high school term paper that claims to present "advanced" techniques appears to be the result of a class project rather than a professional undertaking to address material of interest to competent, advanced LabVIEW users. It is amazing what people can publish and receive money for these days . . .