Article Index – 1988

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DECEMBER 1988
  • Sensing Tool and Drive Element Conditions in Machine Tools
  • Image Preprocessing and Feature Extraction for Machine Vision Systems
  • Using Photodetectors for Position Sensing
  • Security Document Inspection with Machine Vision
  • 3-D Machine Vision for Robot Guidance
  • NOVEMBER 1988
  • Moisture Sensors for Process Organic Liquids
  • High-Speed Industrial Inspection and Scanning in Low Light
  • What Transducer Performance Specs Really Mean
  • Using Transducers for Machinery Fault Detection
  • A Clamp-On Transit-Time Ultrasonic Flowmeter
  • Sensing Applications and Trends in Photocopiers
  • Passive Infrared Motion Detection
  • OCTOBER 1988
  • Using Capacitive Sensing for Noncontact Dimensional Gauging
  • Fiber-Optic Sensing of Physical Parameters
  • Combining Technologies to Compute Tank Inventory, Mass, and Volume
  • Visibility Measurement: An Assessment of Two Techniques
  • Laser Edge Sensing
  • SEPTEMBER 1988
  • Neural Networks Make Cybernetic Multisensor Systems Possible
  • Fiber-Optic Coupler Sensors: Biomedical Applications
  • The New Wave of Silicon Accelerometers: A Background Summary
  • A Self-Identifying Modal Accelerometer
  • Eye-Tracking for Man/Machine Interfaces
  • Temperature Sensing: Solving Sensitivity and Drift Problems
  • Process Control in Drying Hardwood Lumber
  • Using Piezo Film in Tremor Drug Research
  • Monitoring Bearing Vibration
  • Determination of Small Leaks in Large Pressurized Volumes
  • CCD vs. Silicon Photodiode Technology for 3-D Motion Analysis
  • Noninvasive Diagnosis of Vascular Disease
  • AUGUST 1988
  • Photometric Analysis of Cell Populations with Flow Cytometry
  • Noncontact Presence Sensing: What Works Where and Why
  • Light Bridge Photoelectric Sensing
  • High-Resolution D/A Converter Simulates RTDs
  • JULY 1988
  • Ensuring Strain Gauge Pressure Transducer Stability
  • Using Gamma Rays to Measure Panel Density
  • Flame Quality Analyzer for Temperature Measurement and Combustion Control
  • Laser-Based Linear Displacement Photoelectric Sensor
  • Measuring Pressure and Temperature in Deep Waters
  • ChemFET Sensors in Industrial Process Control
  • Net Oil Meters Enhance Productivity and Precision Turbidity Measurement
  • JUNE 1988
  • Making Sense of Force Sensing
  • QC/QA Through Laser Gauging and Inspection
  • Force Balance Accelerometer for Cost-Sensitive Application
  • PCs and Fiber-Optic Sensors Aid Precision Milling Operations
  • Single-Beam Laser Tracking Interferometry
  • Sensors Speed Disk Drive Assembly
  • A Laser Rotary Encoder
  • MAY 1988
  • The Hall Effect Sensor: Basic Principles of Operation and Application
  • Variable Airflow Measurement
  • The Versatile Magnetic Proximity Sensors
  • Proximity Sensors for the Aircraft Industry
  • Thin Film Humidity Sensors: A Rising Technology
  • APRIL 1988
  • Infrared Temperature Measurement Errors
  • The "Decade of the Sensor" in Materials Handling
  • Advanced Thermal Sensors for Air Duct Flow Measurement
  • NDIR Infrared Analyzers: An Overview
  • Data Acquisition for a Cogeneration System
  • Pyroelectrics for Smart Munitions
  • MARCH 1988
  • Sensor Development for Military Unmanned Undersea Vehicles
  • Microcomputer-Based Data Acquisition
  • Solid-State Microsensors
  • Sensor Requirements for Hypersonic Flight Instrumentation
  • Diaphragms vs. Beams: A Comparison
  • JANUARY 1988
  • The Next Five Years
  • Reasons for Staying Wire Wound
  • A Survey of Intruder Detection Technologies
  • Piezo Film for Monitoring Vibration

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