Date on Master's Thesis/Doctoral Dissertation
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering, MS
Committee Co-Chair (if applicable)
computer graphics; HP/1000; FORTRAN; plotting charts; computer programs
The objective of this thesis is to develop the FORTRAN subroutine PLOTER which is a general-purpose plotting tool to plot charts on a Hewlett Packard plotter. The programs RESP and INVLAP which can plot the frequency and time responses of system functions are modified to adopt the PLOTER subroutine and are stored of the HP1000-A900 minicomputer whose software, the GRAPHICS/1000, supports the graphics ability of PLOTER. This thesis describes the theories, functions, software techniques and operations of the PLOTER subroutine and the application programs RESP and the INVLAP. It also provides program listings and example plots.
Lee, Hsiao-Chih George, "Design and applications of a graphics package for the HP1000 computer." (1986). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. Paper 4178.
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