Electronic Displays

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Wiley, Mar 22, 1993 - Computers - 640 pages
Extensively rewritten and expanded to cover the proliferation of new information that has appeared and to update the original material where necessary. Commences with human visual perception characteristics which affect display requirements and performance. Describes basic physical principles of the latest technologies used for cathode-ray and flat-panel apparatus. Contains all new material on input and output hard copy devices.

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Human Factors
Cathoderay Devices
Matrix and Alphanumeric Devices

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Sherr (Westland Electronics, USA)

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