ch. 1. Excel ActiveX automation using LabVIEW / Steffan Benamou -- ch. 2. Interacting with Windows applications / Bill VanArsdale -- ch. 3. A general architecture for image processing / Craig Moore -- ch. 4. Radio frequency indentification read/write in sports science / Ian Fairweather -- ch. 5. Pachube : sensing the world through the Internet / Anne M. Brumfield -- ch. 6. Power system applications in LabVIEW / Nesimi Ertugrul -- ch. 7. Recursive computation of discrete wavelet transform / Nasser Kehtarnavaz, Vanishree Gopalakrishna, and Philipos Loizou -- ch. 8. Solar energy / Pedro Ponce. [et al.].
LabVIEW is a popular graphical programming language that is used for many applications, including parallel programming, wireless technologies, and real-time math. This book provides programmers with a comprehensive and practically oriented guidebook on LabVIEW. It presents information on the integration of hardware and third party software. Contributing experts and applications developers present their hands-on experience and knowledge to enable programmers to write better and more versatile programs in LabVIEW. Emphasizing real-world integration throughout, the text includes worked examples of applications in every chapter-- Provided by publisher..
This text is a gathering of diverse chapters written by experienced and practical LabVIEW developers and engineers who have used LabVIEW’s power and ease of use to great advantage in their applications. Many of the chapters provide information on exciting new technologies and how these can be implemented in LabVIEW to provide novel solutions to new or existing problems. The text describes how LabVIEW has been pivotal in solving real world challenges. Novel tricks and tips for integrating LabVIEW with third party hardware and software provide the reader with new approaches and techniques-- Provided by publisher..