Description - Handbook of Measuring System Design by Peter Sydenham
The most comprehensive and up-to-date reference work covering the scientific fundamentals and practical considerations for designing, developing and implementing measuring systems in a broad range of engineering and technological fields. Measuring systems lie at the heart of all science, engineering and technology, and are used to quantify physical phenomena such as temperature, pressure, voltage and current. Rapid advances in computing and electronics have enabled the development of highly sophisticated measuring systems that can be utilised across many industrial fields. The Handbook of Measuring System Design provides an authoritative and comprehensive reference that addresses a wide range of measurement-specific design and application problems in the fields of engineering and technology. Building on a thorough treatment of foundational topics the Handbook presents a modern, 'systems thinking' approach and covers many areas that have received little attention elsewhere (systems, safety, design, legal and artificial intelligence).
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Author Biography - Peter Sydenham
Peter Sydenham has the degrees of BE Hons (Adel), ME (Adel), PhD (Warwick) in electronic and instrument systems engineering. His Higher Doctorate, DSc (Warwick), was awarded for contributions to the structure of the measurement discipline. He was the long standing Head of Electronic Engineering, University of South Australia, afterwards developing the Australian Centre for Test and Evaluation that evolved into the Systems Engineering and Evaluation Centre. He is the Adjunct Professor of Systems Test and Evaluation and a Visiting Fellow at University College London, UK. Richard Thorn has MSc and PhD degrees from Bradford University, UK. He has held research or academic positions in Australia, Norway and the UK. He is currently at the University of Derby, UK.