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Dennis Feucht

Microcomputer-Based Instrument Model, Part 2: Instrument Architecture Philosophy

Dennis Feucht
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10/6/2014 1:24:05 AM
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interesting post
Nice discussion. Physicists a definitely more in line with philosphy of their field as opposed to engineers. Physics is more elegant to begin with which is conducive to that thought process. Most early Greek and Roman philosophers were physical scientists as well.

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10/4/2014 10:21:36 AM
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Enhancing User Interface
Once customers are accustomed to with the mobile device, all tools might be interacting with some of touch and gesture for knob and instrument control. Adding the touch screen could be one of examples.  They might expect that all features might be one box for testing so that all tools could be minimized on working bench with the help of virtual bench. Also, Cloud based software service could enhance virtual testing bench.    

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