This text is primarily intended for readers who have some background in chemistry and who wish to find out more about the ways in which computers and electronics are influencing the techniques of observing chemical systems, the acquisition of data, its storage, and its transmission from one location to another. Many important concepts - such as interfacing, data collection, data bases, information services and computer networks - are covered in an easily assimilated and comprehensive way.In message switching each item of data is sent into the network as a discrete unit and is then routed to its destination. The format of the unit that is transmitted is illustrated in diagram A of Fig. 12.3. A message makes its way through the network to the destination whose address is specified in the header. ... In addition to their prime use as information retrieval tools, the two-way communication capability of many of these systems enables the implementation of a wide variety of electronicanbsp;...
|Title||:||Computers in Analytical Chemistry|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|