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ASTM Selected Technical Papers
Computerized Laboratory Systems
By
JW Frazer
JW Frazer
1
Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, University of California
,
Livermore, Calif. 54550
;
symposium co-chairman
.
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FW Kunz
FW Kunz
2
Ford Motor Company, Central Laboratory Services
,
Dearborn, Mich. 48121
;
symposium co-chairman
.
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ISBN-10:
0-8031-0268-2
ISBN:
978-0-8031-0268-2
No. of Pages:
270
Publisher:
ASTM International
Publication date:
1975

In this paper an overview of control system design is presented to provide the chemist with some background on the topic. This background is necessary when writing specifications for a chemistry control system. Then procedures for characterizing and specifying error due to roundoff in digital control algorithms are discussed.

1.
Harrar
,
J. E.
and
Pomernacki
,
C. L.
, “
Linear and Nonlinear System Characteristics of Controlled-Potential Electrolysis Cells
,”
Analytical Chemistry
 0003-2700,
01
1973
2.
Melsa
,
J. L.
and
Shultz
,
D. G.
,
Linear Control Systems
,
McGraw-Hill
,
New York
,
1969
.
3.
Cadzow
,
J. A.
,
Discrete Time Systems
,
Prentice Hall
,
Edgewood Cliffs, N.J.
,
1973
.
4.
Dixon
,
M.
and
Webb
,
E. C.
,
Enzymes
, second edition,
Academic Press
,
New York
,
1964
.
5.
Liu
,
B.
, “
The Effect of Finite Word Length on the Accuracy of Digital Filters
,”
Transactions on Circuit Theory
 0018-9324, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers,
11
1971
.
6.
Brubaker
,
T. A.
and
Loendorf
,
W.
, “
Implementation of Digital Control Algorithms
,”
Computers and Electrical Engineering
 0045-7906,
01
1974
.
7.
Brubaker
,
T. A.
,
Computers and Electrical Engineering
 0045-7906, Vol.
1
,
07
1974
, pp. 501–511.
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