Design of Applied Measurement Systems (MEP-382)
Course Meeting Times:
Lectures: 2 sessions/week, 1.5 hours/session
Sections: 1 session / week, 1.5 hours/session
Laboratories: 1 session/2 weeks, 1.5 hour/session
After this course you will be able to:
After this course, related courses include:
Electronics for instrumentation (ECE-496)
LabVIEW: Graphical Programing (4thEdition) by Gary W. Johnson
Instrumentation and Measurement by Northrop
There will be a mid-term exam scheduled after Lecture 10. The final exam is 3 hours long.
The purpose of the recitations is to give students experience in the subject by working out examples and expanding on the material presented in the lectures. Attendance and participation in the recitations is obligatory.
Homework problems will typically be assigned every Section and will be due as specified in the assignments section. The problem sets will be provided in the assignments section. Late homework will be accepted but with maximum of half the grade given.
You may discuss the problems with others in class, but you must (a) write up your eventual solution independently, and (b) list the names of students with whom you discussed the problem set.
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