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Systems Design for Data Acquisition and Control

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In the design of systems for data acquisition and control, the hardware and software tradeoff is governed by a number of interrelated factors. The availability and capability of hardware, the effective decrease in hardware costs with similar increases of software costs force quantitative decisions on the determination of the system parameters that effect the design efficiency. This paper discusses many of the system characteristics abstracted from several computer aided experiments which may be used as a guide in design.

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Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:17 ,  Issue: 1 )