Fundamental Objectives of the Circuits Laboratory

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Fundamental Objectives of the Circuits Laboratory 1. Instrumentation : Apply appropriate sensors, instrumentation, and/or software tools to make measurements of physical quantities. 2. Models : Identify the strengths and limitations of theoretical models as predictors of real-world behavior. This may include evaluating whether a theory adequately describes a physical event and establishing or validating a relationship between measured data and underlying physical principles. 3. Experiment : Devise an experimental approach, specify appropriate equipment and procedures, implement these procedures, and interpret the resulting data to characterize a component or system. 4. Data Analysis : Demonstrate the ability to collect,
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Unformatted text preview: analyze, and interpret data, and to form and support conclusions. Make order-of-magnitude judgments and use measurement unit systems and conversions. 5. Learn from Failure : Identify unsuccessful outcomes due to faulty equipment, parts, code, and then re-engineer effective solutions. 6. Creativity : Demonstrate appropriate levels of independent thought, creativity, and capability in problem solving. 7. Communication : Communicate effectively about laboratory work with a specific audience, both orally and in writing. 8. Ethics : Behave with highest ethical standards, including reporting information objectively and interacting with integrity....
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This note was uploaded on 07/10/2011 for the course EEL 3113c taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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