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This guide consists of print and electronic resources in ELECTRICAL and COMPUTER ENGINEERING.
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Comprehensive dictionary of electrical engineering. 2nd edition - Editor-in-Chief Phillip A. Laplante
Call Number: A&T REF TK9 .C575 2005
ISBN: 0849330866
Also Available as eBook via CRCnetBASE

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A History of Electrical Power Engineering - Percy Dunsheath
Call Number: A&T STACKS TK15 .D8 1969
ISBN: 9780262540070
Publication Date: 1969

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New Developments in Computer Science Research - Susan Shannon
Call Number: A&T STACKS TK7885 .N464 2005
ISBN: 1594542562
Publication Date: 2005

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Using the Engineering Literature - Bonnie A. Osif (Editor)
Call Number: A&T REF T10.7 .U85 2006
ISBN: 0824729641
Publication Date: 2006
Also Available as eBook via CRCnetBASE


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A prototype intelligent multiagent benchmark maintaining distributed situational awareness with a rule engine. - Monica E. Barnette
Call Number: A&T SPEC COLL LD3914.N7 B28447 2008
Develops a distributed battle tracking system (DBTS) for the U.S. Army CERDEC (Communications-Electronics Research, Development, and Engineering Center) C2D (Command and Control Directorate) as an integral part of the development of a distributed battle command for tracking technology. Uses the JADE (Java Agent Development) multiagent framework to allow multiple agents to maintain awareness of each other, to alert each other when they diverge from the common plan, and to establish a new common plan.

3-D circuit modeling to enhance extraction of junction temperature information from converter output ringing. - Marsha Lee Walters
Call Number: A&T SPEC COLL LD3914.N71 W358 2008
Researches increasing the reliability of power electronic systems by making junction temperature control more practical. Examines a real-time, non-invasive technique to extract metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistor (MOSFET) junction temperature estimation from the ringing waveform on a DC output bus. Investigates how parasitics affect these ringing waveform properties that are junction temperature dependent and proposes printed circuit board (PCB) layout techniques that shape the ringing waveform for ease of detection


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