Linear network theory is based on the electrical properties of inductances, capacitances, and resistances. These lead, via Kirchoff's laws, to a description of the performance of a network by a set of linear differential equations. By contrast, a set of linear difference equations is used to describe a discrete linear system; these equations are realized… (More)
Microprocessors have made the implementation of automatic bowling scorers practical. A specific scorer design will be described and illustrated, development considerations associated with this scorer will be discussed, and the future of microprocessor applications will be projected.