LabVIEW Design Patterns

Earners of this badge have shown their understanding of how common LabVIEW design patterns are structured, how they execute, and when to use them. Design patterns covered in this assessment include State Machines, Producer Consumer and Queued Message Handler. This badge is earned by passing the related assessment.
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Goal Identify common LabVIEW design patterns and describe how they execute.
Task-based Objectives
  • Identifying LabVIEW Application Design Patterns, such as a State Machine, Functional Global Variable, Producer/Consumer, and Queued Message Handler
  • Predict order-of-execution and behavior of an existing VI that uses a design pattern. 
  • Acquire Data from Hardware in LabVIEW
  • Analyze Data Acquired from Hardware in LabVIEW
  • Log Data Acquired from Hardware in LabVIEW
  • Identify and trace structures or nodes that break standard dataflow in LabVIEW, such as Notifiers, varibales, and events

 

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