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Reverse Engineering by Katheryn A. Ingle; Kathryn A. Ingle

Hardcover - Secondhand Books - Very Good Condition

9780070316935

9780070316935 Reverse engineering is the process of literally "taking apart" a product to find out how it was designed from the component level up. Many manufacturers do this to modernize and re-vitalize an old, existing product (that didn't have adequate design documentation to begin with), or to find out more about a competitor's product to either re-create their own, or to create a product that will work with the competitor's product. In a recent California court decision, the court ruled that a game cartridge developer was within legal limits to disassemble Sega's game cartridges to figure out how to produce games compatible with the Sega Genesis game machines. This book discusses, from the engineering perspective, the step-by-step process of reverse engineering on a product and how to amass the necessary critical data needed to successfully re-design an existing product.


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