Design for Electrical and Computer Engineers

ISBN-10: 0471391468

ISBN-13: 9780471391463

Edition: 2002

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Description: This is a step-by-step methodology for doing design, providing the theoretical basis and practical tools for defining the design problem to be solved, synthesising solutions and evaluating alternatives.

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List price: $61.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/19/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 192
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.682
Language: English

List of Figures
List of Tables
Introduction
The Engineering Profession
The Role of the Design Engineer
Objective of This Book
The Design Process
General Engineering Process
Applying the General Engineering Process
Evaluation of Alternative Solutions
Design Methodologies
A Methodology for High Quality
Exercises
Requirements Analysis
The Importance of the Requirements Specification
Developing the Requirements Specification
Two Scenarios
A Two-Stage Approach to Developing the Requirements Specification
Real-World Considerations
Needs Assessment--Stating the Problem
Question the Customer
Differentiate Needs and Wants
Explore Project Boundaries
Input/Output Analysis
Preview the User Interface
Survey Design Attributes
Identify Conflicting Needs
Prepare a Draft Operations Manual
Prepare the Requirements Specification
Translating Needs to Specifications
Specification of Interface Points
Excessive Requirements
Verification
Documenting the Requirements Specification
Summary
Exercises
System Design
The Importance of System Design
System Block Diagrams
The System Design Process
Conceptualization
Synthesis
Analysis
The Synthesis/Analysis Cycle
Block-Diagram Basics
Documentation
Example
Summary
Exercises
Managing the Design Process
The Project Management Approach
Project Organization
Elements of Project Management
The Project Plan
Defining the Work
Scheduling
Network Diagrams
Reviewing the Work Description
Bar Charts
Additional Comments on Scheduling
Planning Resources and Estimating Costs
Costing Practices
Estimating Personnel Requirements
Budget Preparation
Putting the Plan Together
Managing the Project
Performance Monitoring
Task Progress
Schedule Status
Budget Status
Reporting
Problem Resolution
Summary
Exercises
Detailed Design, Testing, and Design Management
Block Design
Design Management
Communication
Documentation Control
Design Reviews
Principles of Testing
Stages of Testing
Test Practices
The System Test
Conclusion
Case Study
Introduction
Needs Analysis
Questioning the Customer
Previewing the User Interface
Input/Output Analysis
Preparing the Draft User's Manual
Statement of the Problem Document
The Requirements Specification
Engineering the Tolerances
Specifying the Prototype Testing
Specifying the Deliverables and Dispute Resolution
Finalizing the Requirements Specification
System Design
Background
Getting Organized
Job 1: Model the Vibration of a Plucked String
Job 2: Develop Concepts
Job 3: Give Some Structure to the Concepts
Job 4: Prioritize the Concepts
Job 5: Synthesize a DSP Solution
Job 6: Analyze the System
Job 7: Revise and Reanalyze the System
Finalizing the System Design
Completing the Project
Data Used in the System Design
System Design Exercise
Bibliography
Index
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