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Computer Methods Course for Engineers

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With the advent of the computer, engineering education had to be altered to accommodate the use of the computer as an engineering tool. Being aware of this need, the Electronic Engineering Department at Monmouth College, West Long Branch, N. J., has developed and is experimenting with a course which prepares students to use both the analog and the digital computer in engineering analysis. The content, purpose, development and laboratory facilities utilized in this course are described. The principal emphasis in the course is on the use of the computer as a tool in analysis and design.

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Education, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 1 )

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March 1969

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