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Simulation and emulation of biomedical instrumentation systems using object-oriented-programming

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4 Author(s)
Clark, D.L. ; California State Polytech. Univ., Pomona, CA, USA ; Cockrum, R.H. ; Ibrahim, E.T. ; Smith, R.F.

Teaching Biomedical Instrumentation Systems has been a difficult task due to the high cost of equipment. This has been most acute for undergraduate programs. With the introduction of computers and object-oriented programming in teaching laboratories it is now possible to simulate and emulate these systems easily and economically. The authors describe an undergraduate engineering course in biomedical instrumentation where object-oriented programming is used. The course explains, develops, simulates, and emulates basic biomedical instrumentation systems such as Biopotential Amplifiers, Cardiovascular Measurement Systems, and Respiratory Measurement Systems

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WESCON/94. Idea/Microelectronics. Conference Record

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27-29 Sep 1994