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A transputer based laser scanning system. / Tewkesbury, Giles; Harrison, David; Sanders, David; Billingsley, John; Hollis, Jim.

Proceedings of Singapore international conference on intelligent control and instrumentation, Singapore, Feb 1992. pp.746 - 750. Piscataway : IEEE, 1992. p. 746 - 750.

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Harvard

Tewkesbury, G, Harrison, D, Sanders, D, Billingsley, J & Hollis, J 1992, A transputer based laser scanning system. in Proceedings of Singapore international conference on intelligent control and instrumentation, Singapore, Feb 1992. pp.746 - 750. IEEE, Piscataway, pp. 746 - 750, International Conference on Intelligent Control and Instrumentation, Singapore, 18/02/92.

APA

Tewkesbury, G., Harrison, D., Sanders, D., Billingsley, J., & Hollis, J. (1992). A transputer based laser scanning system. In Proceedings of Singapore international conference on intelligent control and instrumentation, Singapore, Feb 1992. pp.746 - 750 (pp. 746 - 750). IEEE.

Vancouver

Tewkesbury G, Harrison D, Sanders D, Billingsley J, Hollis J. A transputer based laser scanning system. In Proceedings of Singapore international conference on intelligent control and instrumentation, Singapore, Feb 1992. pp.746 - 750. Piscataway: IEEE. 1992. p. 746 - 750

Author

Tewkesbury, Giles ; Harrison, David ; Sanders, David ; Billingsley, John ; Hollis, Jim. / A transputer based laser scanning system. Proceedings of Singapore international conference on intelligent control and instrumentation, Singapore, Feb 1992. pp.746 - 750. Piscataway : IEEE, 1992. pp. 746 - 750

Bibtex

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