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  • Smart Computing Article - How PCs Work
    Today's microcomputers are marvels of engineering. Only a generation ago, equivalent computers would have taken entire laboratory floors and armies of technicians just to keep running. By comparison, the microcomputer's unassuming size and relative reliability can lull people into thinking
  • Smart Computing Article - How PCs Work
    the computer how to do different things. If you think of software as music, then programs are particular songs, and computers are the instruments that play them. The more powerful the computer, the more complex the "songs " it can play, and the faster it can carry the tune. The "brains " of the computer
  • PCI Article on Paint Measurement (.pdf)
    When instrumental computer color control was a pioneering technology in the 1970s, it tackled the issues of that time - accuracy in color measurement, subjectivity in color specification, laborious trial-and-error color matching in the laboratory, and spiraling raw-material, rework and waste costs
  • A Modular Approach to Process Analysis
    and control computer) and the diagnostics and intelligence to optimize their performance. Ultimately, the effort promises to package analytical technologies in modular, shoe-box-size black boxes that contain the sampling system as well as combinations of analytical instruments. "It's a platform
  • Medical Device Link .
    Today, OEMs are busy designing embedded computer board�based devices for a variety of medical applications: medical modality instruments, clinical diagnostic instruments, surgical imaging management systems, point-of-care devices, ultrasound systems, and computer-aided diagnosis and therapy
  • Medical Device Link .
    Today, OEMs are busy designing embedded computer board -based devices for a variety of medical applications: medical modality instruments, clinical diagnostic instruments, surgical imaging management systems, point-of-care devices, ultrasound systems, and computer-aided diagnosis and therapy. So
  • Medical Device Link .
    A small-scale separation and detection technology that puts a diagnostic laboratory on a card holds promise for point-of-care applications. Miniaturization and automation have revolutionized the world of microelectronics. Whereas computers once were room-sized, steady technological advance has led
  • Medical Device Link . Engineers Strive for Partnership between Robots and People Robotics is advancing faster than the ability of health-care personnel to accept it. For the time being, commercialization will require adapting the technology to this r
    and precision than the best-trained technologist or even stand in for a human technologist, allowing staff at a central laboratory to conduct bedside analyses in an ICU. Robots can be programmed to shuttle specimens around in a clinical laboratory. Photo courtesy of California Computer Research (Lake

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