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Erscheinungsdatum: 08.11.2012, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Integrated Optical Interconnect Architectures for Embedded Systems, Redaktion: O'Connor, Ian // Nicolescu, Gabriela, Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH // Springer US, New York, N.Y., Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Embedded System // Mikrocontroller // Bauelement // elektronisch // Baustein // Elektronik // Bauelemente // Schaltung // Grundschaltung // Standardschaltung // CAD // Computer Aided Design // Ingenieurwissenschaft // Ingenieurwissenschaftler // Maschinenbau // Computer-Aided Design // Konstruktion // Entwurf // Eingebettete Systeme // Ingenieurswesen // Maschinenbau allgemein, Rubrik: Elektronik // Elektrotechnik, Nachrichtentechnik, Seiten: 269, Herkunft: GROSSBRITANNIEN (GB), Reihe: Embedded Systems, Gewicht: 566 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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The focus of this work is a generic, intraoperative and image-free planning and execution application for arbitrary orthopedic interventions using a novel handheld robotic device and optical see-through glasses (AR). This medical CAD application enables the surgeon to intraoperatively plan the intervention directly on the patient’s bone. The glasses and all the other instruments are accurately calibrated using new techniques. Several interventions show the effectiveness of this approach.

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This thesis summarizes work at the University of Victoria to design and evaluate a prototype instrument called the Confocal Acoustic Holography Microscope. The CAHM will be able to measure small changes in temperature and composition in a fluid specimen, which can be indirectly measured via small fluctuations in the speed of sound. The CAHM combines concepts of confocal microscopy, interferometry, and ultrasonic imaging. The design of the CAHM involved the production of a 3D CAD model and ray tracing simulations using Zemax optical design software. Simulated acoustic holograms and fringe shifts were produced, which were shown to match up well with theoretical calculations. A simplified acoustic holography instrument was also built and tested. The fringe spacing and phase shifts measured experimentally matched up well with the Zemax simulations and the theoretical calculations. To our knowledge, this is the first use of Zemax for acoustic designs. Based on the successful results of the simulations and experiments, the CAHM is expected to have many useful applications, especially in medical diagnostics where it could be used to measure density and temperature within the human body.

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A complete survey of modern design and analysis techniques for optical waveguides This volume thoroughly details modern and widely accepted methods for designing the optical waveguides used in telecommunications systems. It offers a straightforward presentation of the sophisticated techniques used in waveguide analysis and enables a quick grasp of modern numerical methods with easy mathematics. The book is intended to guide the reader to a comprehensive understanding of optical waveguide analysis through self-study. This comprehensive presentation includes: * An extensive and exhaustive list of mathematical manipulations * Detailed explanations of common design methods: finite element method (FEM), finite difference method (FDM), beam propagation method (BPM), and finite difference time-domain method (FD-TDM) * Explanations for numerical solutions of optical waveguide problems with sophisticated techniques used in modern computer-aided design (CAD) software * Solutions to Maxwell's equations and the Schrodinger equation The authors provide excellent self-study material for practitioners, researchers, and students, while also presenting detailed mathematical manipulations that can be easily understood by readers who are unfamiliar with them. Introduction to Optical Waveguide Analysis presents modern design methods in a comprehensive and easy-to-understand format.

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Computer-aided-design (CAD) of semiconductor microtransducers is relatively new in contrast to their counterparts in the integrated circuit world. Integrated silicon microtransducers are realized using microfabrication techniques similar to those for standard integrated circuits (ICs). Unlike IC devices, however, microtransducers must interact with their environment, so their numerical simulation is considerably more complex. While the design of ICs aims at suppressing 'parasitic&#8221; effects, microtransducers thrive on optimizing the one or the other such effect. The challenging quest for physical models and simulation tools enabling microtransducer CAD is the topic of this book. It is intended as a text for graduate students in Electrical Engineering and Physics and as a reference for CAD engineers in the microsystems industry. This text evolved from a series of courses offered to graduate students from Electrical Engineering and Physics. Much of the material in the book can be presented in about 40 hours of lecture time. The book starts with an illustrative example which highlights the goals and benefits of microtransducer CAD. This follows with a summary of model equations describing electrical transport in semiconductor devices and microtransducers in the absence of external fields. Models treating the effects of the external radiant, magnetic, thermal, and mechanical fields on electrical transport are then systematically introduced. To enable a smooth transition into modeling of mechanical systems, an abridged version of solid structural and fluid mechanics is presented, whereby the focus is on pertinent model equations and boundary conditions. This follows with model equations and boundary conditions relevant to various types of mechanical microactuators including electrostatic, thermal, magnetic, piezoelectric, and electroacoustic. The book concludes with a glimpse into SPICE simulation of the mixed-signal microsystem, i.e., microtransducer plus circuitry. Where possible, the model equations are supplemented with tables and/or graphs of process-dependent material data to enable the CAD engineer to carry out simulations even when reliable material models are not available. IVZ LANG: Introduction: Modeling and Simulation of Microtransducers; Illustrative Example; Progress in Microtransducer Modeling; References.- Basic Electronic Transport: Poisson&#8217;s Equation; Continuity Equations; Carrier Transport in Crystalline Materials and Isothermal Behavior; Electrical Conductivity and Isothermal Behavior in Polycrystalline Materials; Electrical Conductivity and Isothermal Behavior in Metals; Boundary and Interface Conditions; The External Fields &#8211; What Do They Influence?; References.- Radiation Effects on Carrier Transport: Reflection and Transmission of Optical Signals; Modeling Optical Absorption in Intrinsic Semiconductors; Absorption in Heavily-Doped Semiconductors; Optical Generation Rate and Quantum Efficiency; Low Energy Interactions with Insulators and Metals; High Energy Interactions and Monte Carlo Simulations; Model Equations for Radiant Sensor Simulation; Illustrative Simulation Example &#8211; Color Sensor; References.- Magnetic-Field Effects on Carrier Transport: Galvanomagnetic Transport Equation; Galvanomagnetic Transport Coefficients; Equations and Boundary Conditions for Magnetic Sensor Simulation; Illustrative Simulation Example &#8211; Micromachined Magnetic Vector Probe; References.- Thermal Non-Uniformity Effects on Carrier Transport: Non-Isothermal Effects; Electrothermal Transport Model; Electrical and Thermal Transport Coefficients; Electro-Thermo-Magnetic Interactions; Heat Transfer in Thermal Microstructures; Summary of Equations and Computational Procedure; Illustrative Simulation Example &#8211; Micro Pirani Gauge; References.- Mechanical Effects on Carrier Transport: Piezoresistive Effect; Strain and Electron Transport; Strain and Hole Transport; Piezojunction Effect; Effects of Stress Gradients; Galvano-Piezo-Magnetic Effects; The Piezo Drift-Diffusion Transport Model; Illustrative Simulation Example &#8211; Stress Effects on Hall Sensors; References.- Mechanical and Fluidic Signals: Definitions; Model Equations for Mechanical Analysis; Model

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This book is the follow-up of the Boost Volume I book and it has been written for software developers who use Boost C++ libraries to create flexible applications. We discuss approximately 20 advanced libraries that can be classified into the following major categories: . Mathematics: special functions, statistical distribu tions, interval arithmetic and matrix algebra. . Special data structures: date and time, circular buffer, UUID, dynamic bitsets, pool memory. . TCP and UDP portable network programming using the software interface. . Interprocess communication and shared memory programming models. . Three chapters on graphs, graph algorithms and their implementation in Boost. The focus is hands-on and each library is discussed in detail and numerous working examples are given to get the reader up to speed as soon as possible. Each library is described in a step-by-step fashion and you can use the corresponding code as a basis for more advanced applications. These libraries are the ideal basis for new applications. We shall use them in Volume III of the current series when we discuss applications to engineering, science and computational finance. About the Authors Robert Demming is software designer, developer and trainer and he has been involved with software projects in the areas of optical technology, process control, CAD and order processing systems since 1993. He has a BSc degree in technical computerscience from Amsterdam Hogeschool. Daniel J. Duffy is founder of Datasim Education BV and has been working with C++ and its applications since 1989 and with software development since 1979. He is designer, algorithm builder and trainer. He has a PhD in numerical analysis from Trinity College, Dublin. One of the projects that he is involved in is applying the Boost libraries to computational finance.

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Diffractive optical elements (DOEs) are becoming more and more widely used in a braod range of fields, including telecommunications, optical computing, consumer electronics, laser material processing and the biomedical sciences, to manipulate light through micro-optical systems. In order to get the most out of such DOEs, knowledge of the design process, fabrication, packaging in a particular system, and operation is required. Digital Diffractive Optics discusses in detail the design and simulation of DOEs, before considering the main fabrication techniques. The increasingly important CAD/CAM tool requirements for the production of DOEs are covered, and a chapter is devoted to the crucial area of systematic fabrication error compensation. Finally, the integration and use of DOEs in a number of different systems, including various opto-electronic and opto-mechanical systems, are discussed. Digital Diffractive Optics will be of great interest to all those involved in the fields of optical engineering and photonics. It presents a clear view of the whole process, from design to fabrication and application, without overstressing the, often complex, mathematics, and will thus be accessible to postgraduate students and those entering the field, as well as more experienced engineers and scientists.

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A complete survey of modern design and analysis techniques foroptical waveguides This volume thoroughly details modern and widely accepted methodsfor designing the optical waveguides used in telecommunicationssystems. It offers a straightforward presentation of thesophisticated techniques used in waveguide analysis and enables aquick grasp of modern numerical methods with easy mathematics. Thebook is intended to guide the reader to a comprehensiveunderstanding of optical waveguide analysis through self-study.This comprehensive presentation includes: * An extensive and exhaustive list of mathematicalmanipulations * Detailed explanations of common design methods: finite elementmethod (FEM), finite difference method (FDM), beam propagationmethod (BPM), and finite difference time-domain method(FD-TDM) * Explanations for numerical solutions of optical waveguideproblems with sophisticated techniques used in moderncomputer-aided design (CAD) software * Solutions to Maxwell's equations and the Schrodingerequation The authors provide excellent self-study material forpractitioners, researchers, and students, while also presentingdetailed mathematical manipulations that can be easily understoodby readers who are unfamiliar with them. Introduction to OpticalWaveguide Analysis presents modern design methods in acomprehensive and easy-to-understand format.

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