Your submission should follow our general guidelines. Please follow
object-oriented principles. Include an executable
for each program.
- Extend your circuit analysis program to handle multiple voltages
sources, such as the example below, and calculate the unknown node values.
Display your results in a TextArea and use a JMenuBar as in the previous assignment.
Format your node variables to distinguish voltages from currents. In the example,
there are four nodes and two voltage sources, so the matrix is 6 x 6 and the node
values would be:
V(1) = ***
V(2) = ***
V(3) = ***
V(4) = ***
I(1) = ***
I(2) = ***
The LTSpice version of this circuit can be downloaded from test6.zip
R1 1 2 100
R2 3 4 400
R3 2 0 500
R4 4 0 200
VA 1 0 9
VB 3 2 5
- Modify your earilier image display programs so that you can use a
to do the equivalent of
imcrop in MATLAB. Your program should write out
the cropped image to an output image file.
- Modify your Java program from previous assignments so that you can also
select and draw wires with a mouse, using growline.
The netlist description of a wire could be
W x1 y1 ... xn yn
- Modify the bouncing balls
program so that you can control the coefficient of restitution with a GUI item in the North or South position
of the border layout.
- Modify the robot motion test1 program by adding a controller that
allows the user to change the velocity of the robot only by calling the setVelocity method. The controller
should open in a separate JFrame. The goal is to steer the robot around the screen. Provide instructions, if necessary,
to explain how to operate the controller.
- Implement at least three Java Swing user-interface demos from the
Java Swing tutorial (see SwingUI reference).
- Modify your circuit drawing program so that you can generate a
.wmf of the
circuit. Your Wmf must have MapMode, WindowOrigin, and WindowExtent records, so that it opens
properly in Powerpoint.
Maintained by John Loomis,
last updated 29 March 2017