What every engineer should know amounts to a bewildering array of knowledge, as engineering intersects with all fields of modern enterprise. This series of concise, easy-to-understand volumes provides engineers with a compact set of primers on practical subjects such as patents, contracts, software, business communication, management science, and risk analysis, as well as more specific topics like embedded systems design. The books in this series address important problems encountered in the line of daily practice—problems concerning new technology, business, law, and related technical fields.
What Every Engineer Should Know about Robots
August 28, 1984
This book covers the entire scope of computer programming and Structured Program Design, from problem identification to maintaining existing programs. It is intended for two audiences: beginning programmers and experienced programmers seeking ways to improve the quality of their software....
July 26, 1984
March 26, 1984
September 01, 1981
This book provides the reader with the information they need to develop into a person who seeks creative opportunities and responds with elegant inventions. It is intended for young inventor and to all those who have the talent and the desire to invent....
July 01, 1979
The need for greater product safety has created new and confusing legal pressures for engineers involved in product design, manufacturing, management and sales. In responding to these challenges, the engineer needs to develop a new and broadened perspective of total design responsibility. The book ...