Published: Jan 1975
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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.
computers, laboratories, algorithms, chemistry, automation, digital computers, design, instruments
Associate professor, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colo.