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The Queue[d Message Handler] is a Lie

The Queued Message Handler (QMH) or Queue Driven Message Handler (QDMH) is the most ubiquitous architecture in LabVIEW; so much so that the high-level concept finds itself in significantly more advanced architectures such as [..]
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Erdos Miller Adds Expert Witness Services to Successful Technology Product Design and Automation Services

(Houston, Texas) Erdos Miller, a local Houston technology consulting services firm expands its services to include Expert Witness Services. According to David Erdos, a principal of the firm, “Intellectual property, patents [..]
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Through The Downturn and Back Again

 I am chronicling my thoughts on the Oil and Gas economic downtown for a few reasons.
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PID Anti-windup Techniques

Background Integrator windup is a problem in PID feedback controllers that results in overshoot that would not occur if the system were being controlled only in its linear range. The linear range of a control system can be [..]
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How to Share Data and Mutexes LabVIEW 1

 In LabVIEW, there’s a ton of stuff under the hood that can affect how you code runs and ultimately affect the functionality of your code.  Have you ever debugged some code, turned on highlight execution and found that other [..]
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Sourcing control impacts 3 tenents of Configuration Management

Source control is imperative to businesses with multiple product versions or product lines. In this post, we discuss source control and its impact on configuration management, and ultimately, the health of your product [..]
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Building Test Systems: Where to Get Started

As products become more sophisticated, thorough testing has become critical to success. As a result, many organizations’ test resources have been stretched thin and they’ve been forced to adapt. A well designed test system [..]
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Four Best Practices For Updating Legacy Systems

Inherited legacy systems are often the type of thing that keeps engineers and managers up at night. Quite often this leviathan sits in some dark corner with a mess of tangled wires running about. You don’t know how it works [..]
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