Create more robust, more flexible LabVIEW applications—through software design principles!
Writing LabVIEW software to perform a complex task is never easy—especially when those last-minute feature requests cause a complexity explosion in your system, forcing you to rework much of your code! Jon Conway and Steve Watts offer a better solution: LCOD-LabVIEW Component Oriented Design which, for the first time, applies the theories and principles of software design to LabVIEW programming. The material is presented in a lighthearted, engaging manner that makes learning enjoyable, even if
you're not a computer scientist.
This book is intended for test engineers, system integrators, electronics engineers, software engineers, and other intermediate to advanced LabVIEW programmers. None of the methods discussed are complex, so users can benefit as soon as they are proficient with the syntax of LabVIEW.
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|Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional|
|Copyright Year: 2003|
Summary of How NI Technology is Used:Introduces complex LabVIEW software design techniques to make your LabVIEW programs more robust and better able to handle complexity.
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