Porting a Complex Machine Tool Error Compensation System From Microsoft DOS to Microsoft Windows NT
Herbert T. Bandy, M A. Donmez, Lawrence A. Welsch
This report describes the porting of a manufacturing quality control system from PC-type computers operating on Microsoft DOS, Microsoft Windows 95, and IBM QS/2, to updated PCs operating on Microsoft Windows NT. The changes included adapting the control software and I/Ocard drivers from 16-bit requirements to 32-bit requirements. Real-time response was a critical issue. The programming environment was also changed to better integrate the modules and languages.
, Donmez, M.
and Welsch, L.
Porting a Complex Machine Tool Error Compensation System From Microsoft DOS to Microsoft Windows NT, NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR), National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD
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