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Contour-Plot Methodology for MEMS Inertial Sensor Design Optimization
劉士元 , Masters Advisor：李尉彰
繁體中文 DOI： 10.6342/NTU202101913
輪廓圖 ； 微機電慣性感測器 ； 加速度計 ； 陀螺儀 ； 設計方法 ； 最佳化 ； Contour plots ； MEMS Inertial sensor ； Accelerometer ； Gyroscope ； Design methodology ； Optimization
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