Design for Electrical and Computer Engineers: Theory Concepts and Practice

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McGraw-Hill Companies,Incorporated, Mar 31, 2005 - Technology & Engineering - 300 pages
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This book is written for students and teachers engaged in electrical and computer engineering design projects, primarily in the senior year. It guides students and faculty through the steps necessary for the successful execution of design projects. The objective is to provide a treatment of the design process with a sound academic basis that is integrated with practical application. The foundation of the book is a strong vision—that a solid understanding of the Design Process, Design Tools, and the right mix of Professional Skills are critical for project and career success. This text is unique in providing a comprehensive design treatment for electrical and computer engineering.

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Contents

The Engineering 1 Design Process Chapter 3 The Requirements 31 Specification
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Project Selection and 15 Needs Identification 3 7 Standards
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System Reliability 145
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