Ejemplo de bibliografías ocupadas a lo largo de la vida estudiantil, para las diferentes opciones terminales.


  1. “Actas del VI Seminario de Gestión Tecnológica”, ALTEC: Asociación Latinoamericana de Gestión Tecnológica, Chile, Septiembre 1995.
  2. “Applied Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement” by David Buchla, Wayne McLachlan Editorial Merril ISBN 0-675-21162-X.
  3. “Handbook of Modern Sensors  Physics, Designs, and Application”  Second Edition  by Jacob Fraden  American Institute of Physics. ISBN 1-56396-538-0.
  4. “Research and Technology Management in Enterprises: issues for Comunity Policy”, Comisión de Comunidades Europeas, Sast Project No. 8, Bruselas, 1992.
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  7. Aguado, A., ¨Temas de Identificación y Control Adaptable¨, Editorial ICIMAF, La Habana, 2000.
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  9. Apuntes “Curso-Taller Metrología Eléctrica Básica” por Centro Nacional de Metrología.
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  11. Ashby, M. F., “Materiales Selection in Mechanical Design”, Pergamon Press Inc., Terrytown, N.Y., 1992.
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  13. Askeland, Donald R., “Ciencia e Ingeniería de los Materiales, International Thomson Editores, México, Tercera Edición, 1998.
  14. Auslander D., Kempf C., “Mechatronics. Mechanical System Interfacing”, Prentice-Hall, 1996.
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  16. Bakerjian, R., “Tool and Manufacturing Engineers Handbook: Design for Manufacturability”, Vol. 6, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, 4th Edition.
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  18. Bejan A., “Convection Heat Transfer”, John Wiley & Sons, Nueva York , 1984.
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  23. Bolton W., “Instrumentación y Control Industrial”, Editorial Paraninfo, 1996.
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  32. Carlos A. Smith, Armando B. Corripio, “Principles and Practice of Automatic Process Control”, John Wiley and Sons, USA, 1985.
  33. Carter, G. F.; Paul, D.E.: “Material Science and Engineering”. ASM International, Materials Park, OH, 1991.
  34. Cecil L. Smith, “Digital Computer Process Control”, Intext Educaciontal Publishers.
  35. Christian Tavernier., “Microcontroladores PIC”,  Editorial Paraninfo. ISBN: 84-283-2373-9.
  36. Ciba Foundation: “The Evaluation of Scientific Research”, John Wiley & Sons., Chichester, 1989.
  37. Classic Electromagnetic Radiation-Marion&Heald-Harcourt Brace Jovanovich-2nd. Ed.
  38. Classical Electrodynamics-David Jackson-John Wiley&Sons-2nd. Ed.
  39. CLASSICAL MECHANICS, H. Goldstein Addison Wesley Pub. Co., 1950.
  40. Control and instrumentation  journal.
  41. Control magazine control and systems.
  42. Cook R. and Young W., Advanced Mechanics of Materials, Prentice-Hall, 1999.
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  44. Cooper K., “Rapid Prototyping Technology”, Marcel Dekker, 2001.
  45. Coughanowr and Koppel, “Process Systems Analysis and Control”, McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York, 1965.
  46. Creus A., “Instrumentación Industrial”, 6ta. Edición, México-Alfaomega-Marcombo, 1998.
  47. Cui, X., Shi, K.G. (1992): Direct Control and Coordination using Neural Networks, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Vol. 23, No.3, pp 686-697.
  48. Cullity, B. D., “Elements of X-ray Diffraction”, Addison-Wesley Publishing Company Inc., Second Edition, 1978.
  49. Dahlin, E.B., “Designing and Tuning Digital Controllers”, Instruments and Control Systems, Vol. 41, No. 6, June 1968, pp. 77.
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  51. Deshpande, Pradeep & Ash, Raymond, “Computer Process Control, Elements with Advanced Control Applications”, ISA, USA, 1981.
  52. Dieter, George E., “Mechanical Metallurgy”, Mc. Graw Hill, USA, 1986.
  53. Dietmeyer, Donald L., “Logic Design of Digital Systems”, Allyn and Bacon.
  54. Digital Control Systems, MacGraw- Hill, 2a ed. KUO, BENJAMÍN C.
  55. Digital Control Systems, Prentice Hall, 2a ed. HOUPIS, CONSTANTINE H.; LAMONT, GARY B.
  56. DYNAMICS, R. L. Halfman Addison Wesley Pub. Co., 1962.
  57. DYNAMICS, T. R. Kane Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1968.
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  59. Erf R.K. (1974), Holographic Nondestructive Testing, Academic Press, New York.
  60. Erf R.K. (1978),  Speckle Metrology, Academic Press, New York.
  61. Erwin, Kreyszig, “Matemáticas avanzadas para ingeniería”, Vol. 1, 3ª. Edición, Limusa, México, 1983.
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  70. FRACTAL AND CHAOTIC DYNAMICS F. C. Moon John Wiley & Sons, 1992 ISBN 0-471-54571-6
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  77. Gasvik K.J. (1987), Optical Metrology, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester.
  78. George E. Dieter & David Bacon, Mechanical Metallurgy, McGraw-Hill, 1988.
  79. Gere and Timoshenko S. Mecánica de materials, Grupo editorial iberoamerica.
  80. Goldstein H., Classical Mechanics, Addison-Wesley, 1980.
  81. Green, R. E., “Machinery´s Handbook” 25th Edition, Industrial Press Inc., SAE, N.Y., 1996.
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  83. Greenwood D.T., Principles of Dynamics, Second Edition, Prentice Hall, 1990.
  84. Guanrong Chen y Trung Tat Pham, Fuzzy Sets, Fuzzy Logic and Fuzzy Control Systems, CRC Press, 2000.
  85. Guitrau, E. B., “The EDM Handbook”, Hanser Gardner Publications, 1997.
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  87. Gurtin, N.E.: “The Linear Theory of Elasticity”, Handbook of Physics. Vol. VI, Springer Verlag, 1972, pp. 1-295
  88. Gustafson, K.: Partial Differenctial Equations, 2a De; John Wiley & Sons (1987).
  89. Guy, A. G., “Fundamentos de Ciencia de Materiales”, Mc. Graw Hill, México, Primera Edición en Español, 1980.
  90. Hammond, C., “Introduction to Crystallography”, Oxford University Press, Royal Microscopical Society, 1992.
  91. Hans-Joachim K., Matthias R., “Mechatronics. Theory and Application”, BOSCH Automation, 2000.
  92. Hatsopoular, G.N. y Keenan, J.H.; “Principles of General Thermodinamics”John Wiley & Sons, Nueva York, 1981.
  93. Herbert Schildt C++ The Complete Reference, 2nd Edition Mc Graw-Hill, 1995.
  94. Hiecks, C.R. (1982). Fundamental Concepts in the Desing of Experiments. Third Edition. Holt, Richard and Winston. New York.
  95. Higgins, R. A., “Engineering Metallurgy – Part I: Applied Physical Metallurgy”, Edward Arnold, Sixth Edition, 1993.
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  97. Hines, w.. w.. and Montgomery, D.C. (1990). Probability and Statistic in ingineering and Management Science. Third Edition.Wiley New York.
  98. Hirsh-Smale ; Differential Equations,Dynamical Systems and Linear Algebra     Academic Press.
  99. Histand, M.B., Aliciatore D.G., “Introduction to Mechatronics and Measurement Systems”, McGraw Hill, 1999.
  100.  HMT, “Mechatronics and Machines Tools”, McGraw Hill, 1999.
  101. Huston R. L., Multibody Dynamics, Butterworth-Hernemann, 1990.
  102. Hwei,P.Hsu ; Análisis de Fourier  Addison-Wesley Iberoamericana.
  103. IEEE, “IEEE Spectrum”, The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Revista de publicación mensual. USA.
  104. Instrumentation and Control”   by Chester L. Nachtigal,   John Wiley & Sons, Inc.ISBN 0-471-88045-0.
  105. Introducción a la Mecánica Cuántica, Luis de la Peña, Fondo de Cultura Económica, 1991.
  106. Introduction to Modern Optics-Grant-Dover Publications-2nd.Ed.
  107. ISO/IEC 12207 Information Technology — Software Life Cycle Processes.
  108. Ivor Horton, Beginning Visual C++ 6,  Wrox Press Inc., 2000.
  109. J.L. Devroe, Probability and Statistics for Engineering and the Sciences, Fourth Ed. Duxbury Press, 1995.
  110. Jacobs, P. F., “Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing”, Mc. Graw Hill, 1993.
  111. Jacobs, P. F., “Stereolitography and Other RPM Technologies”, SME, 1996.
  112. Javier Ceballos Sierra Visual C++, Programación Avanzada en Win32 AlfaOmega Grupo Editor, 1999.
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  117. Kalpakjian, S., “Manufacturing Processes for Engineering Materials”, Addison – Wesley, 3rd Edition, 1997.
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  119. Kamm L.J., “Understanding Electro-Mechanical Engeneering: An Introduction to Mechatronics”, IEEE Press Undestanding Science & Technology Series, 1995.
  120. Kane T. R., Levinson D. A. Dynamics: Theory and Applications, McGraw Hill, 1985.
  121. Kanury, A. M., ”Introduction to Combustion Phenomena”, Gorden and Breach, Nueva York, 1975.
  122. Kaoru H., Toshio F., “Soft Computing in Mechatronics”, Springer-Verlag Company, 1999.
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  129. Kreyszig, E.; Advanced  Engineering Mathematics, 4th. de; John Wiley & Sons (1979).
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  131. Kruglinsky, David Visual C++ 6.0 Programación Avanzada Microsoft Press, 1999.
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  138. Lee, W. E., Rainforth, W. M., “Ceramic Microstructures – Property Control by Processing”, Chapman and Hall, First Edition, 1994.
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  143. Manuales de ADAMS y ANSYS.
  144. Manuel Torres Portero., “Microprocesadores y Microcontroladores Aplicados a la Industria”,  Editorial Paraninfo. ISBN: 84-283-1650-3.
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