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General-purpose measurement interface for physics
4. Evidence for this can he found from a survey of 900 commercial packages for physics education published in Phys. Teach. 25, 301 (1987). Of 93 systems involving data acquisition, only six were judged to be at the university level. Further evidence lies in the fact that of 12 “computers-in-the-lab” papers published in the American Journal of Physics and the Physics Teacher since the beginning of 1986, nine involved locally developed hardware and software.
44. One of the American Association of Physics Teachers' popular workshops still uses game ports.
45. For instance, Analog Devices Model AD564.
46. Vela from TEL-Atomic, Inc.
47. Vela is reviewed in Phys. Teach. 22, 334 (1984).
48. Robert Tinker and the Technical Education Research Centers are currently working in this area.
49. For example: systems produced by Northwest Instruments, Nicolet, The Nucleus, Dataq Instruments, Metrabyte, and EG&G Ortec.
50. Adalab from Interactive Microware, Inc.
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