IEEE Transactions on Education

Issue 1 • March 1965

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  • Table of contents

    Publication Year: 1965, Page(s): c1
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  • IEEE Education Group

    Publication Year: 1965, Page(s): c2
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  • Research Training for the Engineer

    Publication Year: 1965, Page(s):1 - 4
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    Industrial and government laboratories require much engineering research for which Ph.D. level training in engineering is fully appropriate, but many engineers trained at that level do not want to do engineering. This mismatch between employee and employer is generated on campus. Following World War II, engineering curricula have been revised to provide heavy emphasis in science, for example, phys... View full abstract»

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  • The Closed-Form Expansion of the Inverse Laplace Transform

    Publication Year: 1965, Page(s):5 - 6
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    The closed-form expression for the inverse Laplace transform of a rational fraction f(t)= E (-) p [ F(p)(p-pk) mept] all k (Mn-i1)! dpmlipp is derived simply, without using complex function theory, by application of Leibnitz's theorem for repeated differentiation. View full abstract»

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  • The Application of the Digital Computer in the Control Systems Laboratory

    Publication Year: 1965, Page(s):7 - 17
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    Particularly in undergraduate courses in Control Systems, students are introduced to the three main design criteria, Root Locus, Frequency Response, and Transient Response. These methods are normally applied to analysis rather than synthesis or design due to this type of problem having an easier solution and the lack of student time to attempt the latter type of problem. With this problem in mind ... View full abstract»

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  • Conversion of an Information Transducer into a Teaching Machine

    Publication Year: 1965, Page(s):18 - 20
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    This paper is concerned with the conversion of any information transducer, such as a Flexowriter or an automatic slide projector, into a teaching machine for the presentation of intrinsically programmed material. A design is developed in block form that will serve to accomplish the desired conversion. A working model is detailed, the shortcomings of which are noted. A comparison is made with a con... View full abstract»

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  • Coincidence of Poles and Zeros

    Publication Year: 1965, Page(s):21 - 22
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    The concept of poles and zeros of network functions is taught in many introductory circuit courses, but the methods of presentation vary widely. Among them, the introduction of the network function by way of the differential equation written in operational form offers some pedagogical advantages that justify its use in spite of its lack of mathematical rigor. This method also helps to realize that... View full abstract»

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  • Contributors

    Publication Year: 1965, Page(s): 23
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