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Teaching and programming with Ch for tertiary-level mechatronics engineering education

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Riaan Stopforth ; University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa

Programming in the C language has become critical at the tertiary engineering education and research level. It is used vastly in industry, either at the programming level, or as the underlining instructions being executed. Ch, which is primarily based on the C language, integrates the powerful functions and utilities of other programming languages which could be executed at a command prompt level. Documentation to solve engineering and scientific problems, which are related to the Ch language, are available that allow students and researchers to understand the concept of logical processing. Students and researchers are able to visualize the results of algorithms they are developing, by means of graphs and the monitoring of variable values. Toolkit packages allow for Ch to be used to improve research simulations. Details of how Ch is used at a tertiary education and research level, within a third world country, are explained with the observed ways people have benefited.

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Robotics and Mechatronics Conference (RobMech), 2013 6th

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30-31 Oct. 2013