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Title:  Terahertz metrology 
Author(s): 
Mira Naftaly 
Date:  2015 
Publisher:  Artech House 
Size:  1 online resource (386 p.) 
Contents:  Chapter 1 Terahertz TimeDomain Spectrometers  Photoconductive Emitters and Detectors  Optical Rectification  ElectroOptic Detection  Terahertz AirBased Coherent Detection  Cherenkov (Tilted Wavefront) Emitters and Detectors  Continuou sWave Terahertz TimeDomain Spectrometer and Microwave Photonics  Types of ContinuousWave Terahertz Emitters and Detectors  TimeDomain Spectrometer Configurations  Transmission  Reflection  Attenuated Total Reflection  Asynchronous Optical Sampling  Substrate Lenses  Commercial Systems  Parameter Extraction in TimeDomain . Chapter 2 Spectrometers  Material Properties and Wave Propagation  Complex Refractive Index and Complex Permittivity  Plane Wave Propagation Across an Interf ace.Fresnel Equations  Plane Wave Propagation Through a Dielectric Slab  FabryPerot Effect  Extracting Optical Parameters from Terahertz TimeDomain Spectrometers Data  Transmissionmode Terahertz TimeDomain Spectrometers: Approximation  Trans missionMode Terahertz TimeDomain Spectrometers: Exact Solution  ReflectionMode Terahertz TimeDomain Spectrometers: Single Reflection  ReflectionMode Terahertz TimeDomain Spectrometers: Double Reflection  Attenuated Total Reflection  Preproce ssing and Postprocessing of Data  Signal Averaging in the Time and Frequency Domains  Signal Denoising  Phase Unwrapping  Sample Requirements  Sample Thickness  Lateral Dimensions of Samples  Loss: Absorption, Scattering, Diffraction 
Chapter 3 Metrology for TimeDomain Spectrometers  Performance Parameters: Sensitivity, Resolution, Precision, Accuracy, Dynamic Range, and SignaltoNoise Ratio  Dynamic Range and SignaltoNoise Ratio of Terahertz TimeDomain Spectrometers  System Performance Limits Due to Dynamic Range and SignaltoNoise Ratio  Frequency Resolution  Measurement Bandwidth  Sources of Random Noise  Amplitude  Phase  Systematic Errors  Alignment Errors  Focal Plane Defocusing  Delay Line Err ors  Terahertz Beam Profile  Chapter 4 Evaluation of Uncertainty in TimeDomain Spectroscopy  Method of Uncertainty Evaluation  Evaluation of Random and Systematic Errors  Propagation and Combination of Measurement Uncertainty  Measurement wit h Resolution Limit  Sources of Uncertainty in Terahertz TimeDomain Spectroscopy  Random and Systematic Errors in Amplitude  Random and Systematic Errors in Sample Thickness  Random and Systematic Errors in Sample Alignment  Systematic Error in the Approximated Transfer Function  Systematic Error Due to Reflections  Systematic Error in Physical Constants  Uncertainty in Optical Constants: A Combination of Variances  
Chapter 5 Metrology for Fourier Transform Spectrometers  Spectrometer Configurations  Michelson  MachZender  Polarized Fourier Transform Spectrometer (MartinPupplett Interferometer)  Modes of Operation: Step and Integrate or Fast Scannin g  Moving Stage  General Fourier Transform Spectrometer Advantages  Fourier Transform Spectrometer Metrology  Encoders, Synchronizing, and TimeStamping  Instrument Line Function: A Spectral Resolution Limitation  Apodization  Cosine and Sin e Terms and Phase Correction Techniques  Achievable Spectral Resolution  Sample Measurement Parameter Recovery  Thin Sample Approximation: Lossless Case  Dispersive Medium  Thick Sample Analysis (or Noncollimated Measurement)  Absorption Coeff icients  Sources of Noise and Uncertainties  TimeDomain Errors  (Software) Noise Reduction Techniques  Chapter 6 Terahertz Spectrometer Calibration  Why Calibrate Terahertz Spectrometers  Frequency Calibration  Gases  Solids  Resonant M esh Filters  Etalons  Summary of Frequency Calibration Standards  Amplitude Linearity Calibration  Reflection Standards  
Chapter 7 Terahertz Imaging  Image Resolution of a Terahertz Imaging System  Data Analysis in the Far Field  Imaging Thin Layers  Spatial Resolution Tests  NearField Imaging  Chemical Imaging  Focal Plane Array Microbolometer Cameras  Chapter 8 Metrology for Vector Network Analyzers  Vector Network Analyzers  The Role of a Network Analyzer  Scattering Parameters  Vector Network Analyzer Systems  Extender Heads  Good Practice Tips  Metallic Waveguides  Basic Properti es  Dispersion  Standardized Sizes and Frequency Ranges  Flanges/Interfaces  Good Practice Tips  Calibration Standards and Methods  Calibration: General Principles  Types of Calibration Standard  OnePort Calibration Methods  TwoPort Ca libration Methods  Connection Repeatability  System Verification  Chapter 9 Terahertz Optics  Terahertz Optical Materials  Transparency at Terahertz Frequencies  Inorganic Crystals for Terahertz Optics  Polymers for Terahertz Optics  Metal Reflectivities  Gaussian Optics  Gaussian Beams  Parabolic Mirrors  Dichroic Optical Elements  Terahertz Transparent/Visible Opaque  Terahertz Opaque/Visible Transparent  Terahertz Reflective/Visible Transparent  Terahertz Transparent/Vis ible Reflective  WireGrid Polarizers  Antireflection Coatings  Photonic Crystal Fibers and Terahertz . Waveguides  
Chapter 10 Terahertz Laser Sources  Optically Pumped Gas Lasers  PGermanium Laser  Quantum Cascade Lasers  Pulsed Difference Frequency Generation  HighResolution Frequency Measurements Using ContinuousWave Difference Frequency Generatio n  Optical Parametric Oscillators  Free Electron Lasers  Chapter 11 Electronic Sources of Terahertz Radiation and Terahertz Detectors  Electronic Sources of Terahertz Radiation: Introduction and Terminology  Vacuum Electronic Sources  Backward Wave Oscillators  Extended Interaction Klystrons  SolidState Devices  Gunn Diodes and IMPATT Oscillators and Amplifiers  Transistor Amplifiers  Frequency Multiplied Sources  Source Characteristics Summary  Detectors of Terahertz Radiation: Introduction and Terminology . Incoherent Detectors  Golay Cell  Pyroelectric Detectors  RoomTemperature Bolometers  Cryogenic Bolometers  Photoconductive Detectors  Semiconductor Diode Rectifiers  Thermopiles  Incoherent Detector Summar y  Coherent Detectors: Introduction  Schottky Diode Mixers  Frequency Measurement  
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Keywords:  Terahertz spectroscopy. , Metrology. , Terahertz technology. 
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Title:  Electronic instruments and measurement techniques 
Author(s): 
F.F. Mazda 
Date:  1987 
Publisher:  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge [Cambridgeshire 
Size:  312 
Contents:  Part I: Fundamentals, 1. Units and Constants2. Measurement Standards, 3. Measurement Errors, 4. Transducers, 5. Instrument Buses  Part II Gereral Purpose Instruments 6. voltmeters, Ammeters and Ohmmeters, 7. Bridges, 8. Power Measurement, 9. Signal Sources, 10. Counters and Timers, 11. Signal analysis, 12. Oscilloscopes  Part III Application Areas and Special Instruments, 13. Electronic Component Tests, 14. audio and video Circuit Test, 15. Transmission System Testing, 16. Digital Circuit Analysis, 17. Optoelectronic Measurements 
ISBN:  0521268737 
Keywords:  Electronic instruments. 
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Title:  Statistical Analysis of Next Generation Sequencing Data [electronic resource] 
Author(s): 
Somnath Datta Dan Nettleton 
Date:  2014 
Publisher:  Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer 
Size:  1 online resource 
Note:  Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) is the latest high throughput technology to revolutionize genomic research. NGS generates massive genomic datasets that play a key role in the big data phenomenon that surrounds us today. Toextract signals from highd imensional NGS data and make valid statistical inferences and predictions, novel data analytic and statistical techniques are needed. This book contains 20 chapters written by prominent statisticians workingwith NGS data. The topics range from basic prepr ocessing and analysis with NGS data to more complex genomic applications such as copy number variation and isoform expression detection. Research statisticians who want to learn aboutthis growing and exciting area will find this book useful. In addition, many chapters from this book could be included in graduatelevel classes in statistical bioinformatics for training future biostatisticians who will be expected todeal with genomic data in basic biomedical research, genomic clinical trials and personalize d medicine. About the editors: Somnath Datta is Professor and Vice Chair of Bioinformatics and Biostatistics at the University of Louisville.He is Fellow of the American Statistical Association, Fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics, and Elec ted Member of the International Statistical Institute. He has contributed to numerous research areas in Statistics,Biostatistics and Bioinformatics. Dan Nettleton is Professor and Laurence H. Baker Endowed Chair of Biological Statistics in the Department of Statistics at Iowa State University. He is Fellow of the American Statistical Associationand has published research on a variety of topics in statistics, biology, and bioinformatics 
Contents:  Statistical Analyses of Next Generation Sequencing Data: An Overview 
Using RNA  
seq Data to Detect Differentially Expressed Genes  
Differential Expression Analysis of Complex RNA  
seq Experiments Using edgeR  
Analysis of Next Generation Sequencing Data Using Integrated Nested Laplace Approximation (INLA)  
Design of RNA Sequencing Experiments  
Measurement, Summary, and Methodological Variation in RNA  
sequencing  
Functional PCA for differential expression testing with RNA  
seq data  
Mapping of Expression Quantitative Trait Loci using RNA  
seq Data  
The Role of Spike  
In Standards in  
ISBN:  9783319072128 
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Series:  Frontiers in Probability and the Statistical Sciences 
Series:  Mathematics and Statistics (Springer11649) 
Keywords:  Statistics , Oncology , Human genetics 
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Title:  Modern GasBased Temperature and Pressure Measurements [electronic resource] 
Author(s): 
Franco Pavese Gianfranco Molinar Min Beciet 
Date:  2013 
Edition:  2nd ed. 2013 
Publisher:  Boston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer 
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Note:  This 2nd edition volume of Modern GasBased Temperature and Pressure Measurements follows the first publication in 1992. It collects a much larger set of information, reference data, and bibliography in temperature and pressuremetrology of gaseous su bstances, including the physicalchemical issues related to gaseous substances. The bookprovides solutions to practical applications where gases are used in different thermodynamic conditions. Modern GasBasedTemperature and Pressure Measurements, 2nd edi tion is the only comprehensive survey of methods for pressure measurement in gaseous media used in the mediumtolow pressure range closely connected with thermometry. It assembles currentinformation on thermometry and manometry that involve the use of ga seous substances which are likely to be valid methods for the future. As such, it is an important resource for the researcher. This edition is updated through the verylatest scientific and technical developments of gasbased temperature and pressure measu rements using thermometry and manometry, and brings all of the techniques together under one cover. This book fills the gap in internationalliterature, as no other recently published book provides a comprehensive survey for gaseous media closely connected with thermometry. Updates in this new edition include revised appendices and new chapters on Mutual RecognitionAgreement of the Comit International des Poids et Mesures and its main applications, and developments in the European Metrology Society 
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Contents:  The concept of temperature 
Gas  
based fixed points for thermometry  
Gas thermometry between 0.5 K and 273.16 K  
Vapor  
pressure thermometry  
Thermometry based on the melting line of 3He  
Cryostats for thermometry and gas  
based temperature control  
Primary standards for pressure measurements  
Pressure transducers for gaseous media  
Gas based pressure fixed points  
The thermomolecular pressure difference effect  
The Mutual Recognition Arrangement and its implementation in Temperature and Pressure  
Appendix A  
The international Temperature Scale of 1990  
Appendix B  
List  
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Keywords:  Engineering 
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Title:  Mass Metrology [electronic resource] 
Author(s): 
S. V Gupta 
Date:  2012 
Publisher:  Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg 
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Note:  This book presents the practical aspects of mass measurements. Concepts of gravitational, inertial and conventional mass and details of the variation of acceleration of gravity are described. The Metric Convention andInternational Prototype Kilogram and BIPM standards are described. The effect of change of gravity on the indication of electronic balances is derived with respect of latitude, altitude and earth topography. The classification ofweights by OIML is discussed. Maximum permissible errors in different categories of weights prescribed by national and international organizations are presented. Starting with the necessity of redefining the unit kilogram in terms ofphysical constants, various methods of defining the kilogram in terms of physical constants are described. The kilogram can be defined by Avogadros constant, ion collection of some heavy elements, levitation, voltage and WattBalance. The detection of very small mass of the order of zeptogram through Nanotechnolgy is also discussed. La test recommendations of CIPM are given 
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Contents:  Some Important Definitions 
Introduction  
Other Probability Functions  
Evaluation of Measurement Data  
Propagation of Errors/Uncertainty  
Uncertainty and Calibration of Instruments  
Calculation of Uncertainty  
Uncertainty in Calibration of a Surface Plat  
Uncertainty in Calibration  
Uncertainty in Volumetric Measurement  
Uncertainty in Calibration of Electrical Instruments  
ISBN:  9783642234125 
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Series:  Springer Series in Materials Science, 0933033X : v155 
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Keywords:  Mechanics, applied , Surfaces (Physics) 
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Title:  Measurement Uncertainties [electronic resource] : Physical Parameters and Calibration of Instruments 
Author(s): 
S. V Gupta 
Date:  2012 
Publisher:  Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg 
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Note:  This book fulfills the global need to evaluate measurement results along with the associated uncertainty. In the book, together with the details of uncertainty calculations for many physical parameters, probability distributionsand their properties a re discussed. Definitions of various terms are given and will help the practicing metrologists to grasp the subject. The book helps to establish international standards for the evaluation of the quality of rawdata obtained from various laboratories for in terpreting the results of various national metrology institutes in an international intercomparisons. For the routine calibration of instruments, a new idea for the use of pooled varianceis introduced. The uncertainty calculations are explained for (i) i ndependent linear inputs, (ii) nonlinear inputs and (iii) correlated inputs. The merits and limitations of the Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement(GUM) are discussed. Monte Carlo methods for the derivation of the output distribution fro m the input distributions are introduced. The Bayesian alternative for calculation of expanded uncertainty is included. A large number ofnumerical examples is included 
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Contents:  Some Important Definitions 
Probability Functions  
Other Probability Functions  
Evaluation of Measurement Data  
Propagation of Errors/Uncertainty  
Uncertainty and Calibration of Instruments  
Calculation of Uncertainty  
Uncertainty in Calibration of a Surface Plate  
Uncertainty in Mass Measurement  
Uncertainty in Volumetric Measurement  
Uncertainty in Calibration of Some More Physical Instruments  
Uncertainty in Calibration of Electrical Instruments  
ISBN:  9783642209895 
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Keywords:  Mathematical physics , Engineering mathematics , System safety 
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Title:  The Quality of Measurements [electronic resource] A Metrological Reference 
Author(s): 
A.E Fridman 
Date:  2012 
Publisher:  New York, NY : Springer New York 
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Note:  This book provides a detailed discussion and commentary on the fundamentals of metrology. The fundamentals of metrology, the principles underlying the design of the SI International System of units, the theory of measurementerror, a new methodology f or estimation of measurement accuracy based on uncertainty, and methods for reduction of measured results and estimation of measurement uncertainty are all discussed from a modern point of view. The concept ofuncertainty is shown to be consistent with the classical theory of accuracy. The theory of random measurement errors is supplemented by a very general description based on the generalized normal distribution systematic instrumentalerror is described in terms of a methodology for normalizing the metro logical characteristics of measuring instruments. A new international system for assuring uniformity of measurements based on agreements between nationalmetrological institutes is discussed, in addition to the role and procedure for performance of key com parisons between national standards. The conclusion describes a new methodology for assurance of measurement accuracy (based on theprovisions contained in the ISO 5725series standards) that is now becoming more and more common around the world. All of th e theoretical statements and calculation methods are illustrated using examples. This book will be of interestto personnel working in government metrological services (or in the metrological services of legal entities), and to specialists who use measurin g instruments or make use of measured data in their daily activities It will be useful tostudents at technical universities when studying the academic disciplines of Metrology, Standardization, and Certification Metrology and Measurement Assurance and Met rology and Measuring Instruments 
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Contents:  Preface 
From the Author  
1. Basic Concepts of Metrology  
2. Measurement Errors  
3. Measurement Uncertainty  
4. Methods for Estimation of Measurement Results and Their Uncertainties  
5. International System of Units SI  
6. Measurement Assurance  
7. Verification and Calibration Intervals  
8. Assurance of Measurement Accuracy in Correspondence with the ISO 5725 Standards  
References  
Index  
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Keywords:  Distribution (Probability theory) , System safety 
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Title:  Modelling Operational Risk Using Bayesian Inference [electronic resource] 
Author(s): 
Pavel V Shevchenko 
Date:  2011 
Publisher:  Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg 
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Note:  The management of operational risk in the banking industry has undergone explosive changes over the last decade due to substantial changes in the operational environment. Globalization, deregulation, the use of complex financialproducts, and changes in information technology have resulted in exposure to new risks which are very different from market and credit risks. In response, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision has developed a new regulatoryframework for capital measurement and standards f or the banking sector. This has formally defined operational risk and introduced corresponding capital requirements. Many banks are undertaking quantitative modelling of operational riskusing the Loss Distribution Approach (LDA) based on statistical quant ification of the frequency and severity of operational risk losses. There are a number of unresolved methodological challenges in the LDA implementation. Overall, thearea of quantitative operational risk is very new and different methods are under hot deb ate. This book is devoted to quantitative issues in LDA. In particular, the use of Bayesian inference is the main focus. Though it is very new inthis area, the Bayesian approach is well suited for modelling operational risk, as it allows for a consistent and convenient statistical framework for quantifying the uncertainties involved. It also allows for the combination of expertopinion with historical internal and external data in estimation procedures. These are critical, especially for lowfrequency/high impact operational risks. This book is aimed at practitioners in risk management, academic researchersin financial mathematics, banking industry regulators and advanced graduate students in the area. It is a mustread for anyone who works, teaches or doe s research in the area of financial risk 
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Contents:  Operational Risk and Basel II 
Loss Distribution Approach  
Calculation of Compound Distribution  
Bayesian approach for LDA  
Addressing the Data Truncation Problem  
Modelling Large Losses  
Modelling Dependence  
List of Distributions  
Selected Simulation Algorithms  
Solutions for Selected Problems  
References  
Index  
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Keywords:  Statistics , Distribution (Probability theory) , Mathematical statistics , Economics Statistics , Banks and banking 
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Title:  Introduction to Radiation Protection [electronic resource] : Practical Knowledge for Handling Radioactive Sources 
Author(s): 
Claus Grupen 
Date:  2010 
Publisher:  Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg 
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Note:  The book presents an accessible account of the sources of ionising radiation and the methods of radiation protection. The basics of nuclear physics which are directly related to radiation protection are briefly discussed. The bookdescribes the units of radiation protection, the measurement techniques, biological effects of radiation, environmental radiation, and many applications of radiation. For each chapter there is a problem section with full solutions. Adetailed glossary and many useful informat ion in appendixes complete the book. The author has addressed the issue of internationality to make sure that the text and, in particular, the complicated regulations can be easily interpretednot only in Europe and the United States but also in other coun tries. The subject of radiation protection requires a certain amount of mathematics. For those who have forgotten the basic rules of calculus a short refresher course inthe form of a mathematical appendix is added 
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Contents:  Introduction 
Units of Radiation Protection  
Basic Nuclear Physics  
Interaction of Ionising Radiation with Matter  
Detectors for Radiation Protection  
International Safety Standards for Radiation Protection  
Organisation of Radiation Protection  
Practical Safety Measures  
Radiation Sources  
X  
Rays and X  
Ray Regulations  
Environmental Radioactivity  
Nuclear Power Plants  
Biological Effects of Ionising Radiation  
Radiation Accidents  
Non  
Ionising Radiation  
Solutions to the Problems  
Formulary  
Written Test on Radiation Protection  
ISBN:  9783642025860 
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Series:  Physics and Astronomy (Springer11651) 
Keywords:  Radiology, Medical , Nuclear medicine , Radiotherapy 
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Title:  The Quantum Beat [electronic resource] Principles and Applications of Atomic Clocks 
Author(s): 
F. G Major 
Date:  2007 
Publisher:  New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer 
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Note:  This work attempts to convey a broad understanding of the physical principles underlying the workings of these quantumbased atomic clocks, with introductory chapters placing them in context with the early development ofmechanical clocks and the intr oduction of electronic timekeeping as embodied in the quartzcontrolled clocks. While the book makes no pretense at being a history of atomic clocks, it nevertheless takes a historical perspective in itstreatment of the subject. Intended for nonspecialis ts with some knowledge of physics or engineering, The Quantum Beat covers a wide range of salient topics relevant to atomic clocks, treated in a broad intuitive manner with a minimumof mathematical formalism. Detailed descriptions are given of the design principles of the rubidium, cesium, hydrogen maser, and mercury ion standards the revolutionary changes that the advent of the laser has made possible, such aslaser cooling, optical pumping, the formation of optical molasses, and the cesium fountain stand ard and the timebased global navigation systems, LoranC and the Global Positioning System. Also included are topics that bear onthe precision and absolute accuracy of standards, such as noise, resonance line shape, the relativistic Doppler effect as wel l as more general relativistic notions of time relevant to synchronization of remote clocks, and time reversalsymmetry. This edition retains the essentially didactic approach to the treatment of the development of atomic clocks in the first edition, but b rings up to date the extraordinary developments in recent years, culminating in clocksbased on quantum resonance at optical frequency in individual ions confined in miniature electromagnetic traps. These, together with advances in the generation of wideb and coherent frequency combs spanning the spectrum as far as theoptical range, has made possible the direct measurement of phenomena occurring at optical frequencies! As a result of these recent a 
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Contents:  Celestial and Mechanical Clocks 
Oscillations and Fourier Analysis  
Oscillators  
Quartz Clocks  
The Language of Electrons, Atoms, and Quanta  
Magnetic Resonance  
Corrections to Observed Atomic Resonance  
The Rubidium Clock  
The Classical Cesium Standard  
Atomic and Molecular Oscillators: Masers  
The Hydrogen Maser  
The Confinement of Particles in Fields  
Isolated Ion Clock: A New Approach  
Optical Frequency Oscillators: Lasers  
Laser Systems  
Laser Cooling of Atoms and Ions  
Application of Lasers to Microwave Standards  
Optical Standards and Measurement  
App  
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Keywords:  Electronics 
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Title:  Measurement Uncertainty [electronic resource] : An Approach via the Mathematical Theory of Evidence 
Author(s): 
Simona Salicone 
Date:  2007 
Publisher:  Boston, MA : Springer US 
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Note:  The expression of uncertainty in measurement is a challenging aspect for researchers and engineers working in instrumentation and measurement because it involves physical, mathematical and philosophical issues. This problem isintensified by the limit ations of the probabilistic approach used by the current standard (GUM). This text is the first to make full use of the mathematical theory of evidence to express the uncertainty in measurements. It gives anoverview of the current standard, then pinpoints and constructively resolves its limitations through its unique approach. The text presents various tools for evaluating uncertainty, beginning with the probabilistic approach andconcluding with the expression of uncertainty using randomfuzzy variables. The exposition is driven by numerous examples. The book is designed for immediate use and application in research and laboratory work. Prerequisites forstudents include courses in statistics and measurement science. Apart from a classroom setting, this bo ok can be used by practitioners in a variety of fields (including applied mathematics, applied probability, electrical and computerengineering, and experimental physics), and by such institutions as the IEEE, ISA, and National Institute of Standards and T echnology 
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Contents:  Uncertainty in Measurement 
Fuzzy Variables and Measurement Uncertainty  
The Theory of Evidence  
Random  
Fuzzy Variables  
Construction of Random  
Fuzzy Variables  
Fuzzy Operators  
The Mathematics of Random  
Fuzzy Variables  
Representation of Random  
Fuzzy Variables  
Decision  
Making Rules with Random  
Fuzzy Variables  
List of Symbols  
ISBN:  9780387463285 
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Series:  Springer Series in Reliability Engineering, 16147839 
Series:  Mathematics and Statistics (Springer11649) 
Keywords:  Mathematics , Distribution (Probability theory) , Weights and measures , Electronics 
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Title:  Astrophysics, Clocks and Fundamental Constants 
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Date:  2004 
Size:  1 online resource (347 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/b13178 
Contents:  Evolution of the Universe  Quantum Gravity and Fundamental Constants  Physics and Metrology  Search for New Physics with Atomic Clocks  Cold Atom Clocks and Fundamental Tests  30 Years of Testing the PPN parameters  
Cryogenic Optical Resonators  Absorption Spectra  Variability of the FineStructure Constant  Millesecond Pulsars? Tools of Fundamental Physics  Constants, Units and Standards  Time Varying Fundamental Constants, Extra  
Dimensions and the Renormalization Group  A Time Dependence of the QCD Scale  Towards More Sensitive Measurements with Optical Clocks  Search for Variations of Fundamental Constants using Precision Spectroscopy of Atomic Hydrogen  
 A New Era in Precision Molecular Spectroscopy  Yb+ Optical Frequence Standard  In+ Trapped Ion Optical Frequency Standard  An Optical Frequency Standard with Cold Calcium Atoms  Atom Optics: A Versatile Tool for New Quantum  
Sensors in Space  
ISBN:  9783540409915 
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Keywords:  Physics , Gravitation , Quantum physics , Astrophysics , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Physical measurements , Measurement , Physics , Astrophysics and Astroparticles , Quantum Physics , Measurement Science and Instrumentation , Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory 
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Title:  Quantum Communication, Computing, and Measurement 2 
Author(s):  
Date:  2002 
Size:  1 online resource (534 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/b114679 
Contents:  Quantum Information and Quantum Communication  Quantum Robots Plus Environments  Just Two Nonorthogonal Quantum States  On Maximum Mutual Information without Coding  Aspects of Quantum Information Compression for Pure States 
 Group Covariant Signals in Quantum Information Theory  Optimization of a Symmetric Quantum Channel and its Optical Realization Scheme  Manipulation of Entangled States for Quantum Information Processing  Decoherence Control in  
Quantum Information Processing: Simple Models  Entanglement of Formation  Sending Quantum Information with Gaussian States  Quantum Communication with Imperfect Means  On Quantum Channel Capacity for Squeezed States   
Asymptotic Quantum Estimation Theory for the Thermal States Family  The Asymptotic Efficiency of the Consistent Estimator, BerryUhlmann’s Curvature, and Quantum Information Geometry  Optimal SignaltoQuantum Noise Ratio in  
Squeezed Displaced Number States  Quantum Measurement and Tomography  Dual Classical and Quantum Descriptions of a Measuring Apparatus  Generalised Measurements, Retrodiction and State Manipulation  Latest Developments in  
Quantum Tomography  Measuring the Quantum Polarization State of Light  Measurement of Joint PhotonNumber Distribution of a TwinBeam State by Means of Optical Homodyne Tomography  Homodyning Bell’s Inequality  Hydrodynamical  
Quantum State Reconstruction  Quantum Tomography: Renormalization of Incompatible Observations  Accuracy in Quantum Homodyne Tomography  Probing Quantum States of Rydberg Electrons by HalfCycle Pulses  NonMarkovian Quantum  
Trajectories for Open Systems  Maximally Robust Unravelings of Quantum Master Equations with Applications to the Atom Laser  Quantum Noise and Dynamic Chaos in OptoElectronic Laser Light Transformer  Quantized PhaseDifference  
 Relativistic Quantum Theory with a Physical State Vector and Hypothetical Laws of Reduction  Quantum Computing  Teleportation of General Quantum States, Squeezing and the Decoherence Problem in Quantum Computers  Quantum  
Turing Machines: Local Transition, Preparation, Measurement, and Halting  A New Approach to Quantum Computation  Hypersensitivity to Perturbation on an NMR Quantum Computer  Quantum Networks for Distributed Quantum Information  
Processing  Quantum Phenomena of Trapped Ions  Progress Towards Using a Calcium Ion Trap to Perform Quantum Logic Operations  Quantum Computation with “Hot” Trapped Ions  Novel Quantum Effects in Light Scattering from Cold  
Trapped Atoms  Preparation of Highly Excited Motional Energy Eigenstates with a Trapped Atom  Optical Implementation of Grover’s Algorithm: It’s all Done with Mirrors  Quantum State Protection in Optical Cavities  Control of  
Dynamical Localization by Additional Quantum Degrees  TwoPhoton Interactions for Use in Quantum Computing  Decoherence and Quantum Error Correction in Frequency Standards  Transition Phenomena in Networks of Quantum Systems   
Experimental Demonstration of Coherent Quantum Feedback  Classical Behavior of a Macroscopic Schrödinger Cat  Quantum Teleportation and Cryptography  FreeSpace Quantum Cryptography  Parametric Schroedinger Cat with No  
Decoherence  Quantum Cryptography Via Parametric Downconversion  Dim Coherent States as Signal States in the Bb84 Protocol: Is it Secure?  Practical Aspects of Quantum Cryptography  Quantum Versus Classical Noise Cryptography  
 Quantum Cryptography with Femtosecond Parametric Down Conversion  Generation of NarrowB and TwoPhoton State with Doubly Resonant Cavity in Parametric DownConversion  Quantum State Engineering  From Entangled Photons to  
Entangled Atoms  Single Photon Quantum Control Via High?(3) Media  Experimental Realization of Popper’s Experiment: Violation of Uncertainty Principle?  Soliton Photon Number Squeezing: An Overview  Amplitude Soliton Squeezing  
Using an Asymmetric Sagnac Fiber Loop  Time Domain Correlations and Gated Detection of Quantum Solitons  Observation of Squeezing in FreeSpace PhaseDependent Resonance Fluorescence  Observation of Noiseless Image Amplification  
by an Optical Parametric Amplifier  TravelingWave Noiseless Amplification of Optical Images  Quantum Noise Reduction in Singly Resonant Optical Devices  Influence of Dissipation Effects on PolarizationSqueezed Light Formation  
at Frequency Doubling  Degenerate Optical Parametric Amplification with Focused Gaussian Beams  Eigen State Transmission of Birefringent Optical Fibers Using Entangled Two Photons  FourPhoton Partition at Beamsplitter in  
Parametric DownConversion with Pulsed Pumping  Energy Transfer in Parametric DownConversion  A Realistic InteractionFree Resonator  
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Keywords:  Physics , Data structures (Computer science) , Quantum physics , Electrical engineering , Physics , Quantum Physics , Electrical Engineering , Data Structures, Cryptology and Information Theory 
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Title:  The Hydrogen Atom Precision Physics of Simple Atomic Systems 
Author(s):  
Date:  2001 
Size:  1 online resource (296 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/3540453954 
Contents:  to Simple Atoms  to Simple Atoms  Hydrogen and Helium  Precision Spectroscopy of Atomic Hydrogen  Ultracold Hydrogen  Review of High Precision Theory and Experiment for Helium  Positronium and Muonium  Spectroscopy of 
the Muonium Atom  Experimental Tests of QED in Positronium: Recent Advances  Fundamental Constants and Frequency Metrology  A New Type of Frequency Chain and Its Application to Fundamental Frequency Metrology  Fundamental  
Constants and the Hydrogen Atom  Present Status of g — 2 of Electron and Muon  FewElectron HighlyCharged Ions  Laser Spectroscopy of HydrogenLike and HeliumLike Ions  The g Factor of Hydrogenic Ions: A Test of Bound State  
QED  Exotic Atoms  Elementary Relativistic Atoms  Antiprotonic Helium — An Exotic Hydrogenic Atom  Hydrogen and Helium  Towards a Precise Measurement of the He+ 2S Lamb Shift  High Precision Measurements on Helium at 1083  
nm  Absolute Frequency Measurement of the 1S3S Transition in Hydrogen  2s Hyperfine Structure in Hydrogen Atom and Helium3 Ion  ThreeLoop Slope of the Dirac Form Factor and the 1S Lamb Shift in Hydrogen  Radiative Decay of  
Coupled States in an External dc Field  Atomic Interferometer and Coherent Mixing of 2S and 2P States in the Hydrogen Atom  Ground State Energy of the Helium Atom  Muonium and Positronium  TwoLoop Corrections to the Decay Rate  
of Orthopositronium  Recent Results in Positronium Theory  Test of CPT and Lorentz Invariance from Muonium Spectroscopy  Positronium: Theory Versus Experiment  Highly Accurate Theoretical Simulation of the Resonant Multiphoton  
Ionization Processes With Simplest Atoms  Muonic Atoms  TimeofFlight Spectroscopy of Muonic Hydrogen Atoms and Molecules  Hyperfine Structure in Muonic Hydrogen  Towards a Measurement of the Lamb Shift in Muonic Hydrogen   
Exotic Atoms  Antihydrogen Production and Precision Spectroscopy with ATHENA/AD1  Precision Spectroscopy of Xrays from Antiprotonic Hydrogen  Charged Pion Mass Determination and Energy — Calibration Standards Based on Pionic  
Xray Transitions  Pionic Hydrogen: Status and Outlook  Antiprotonic Helium “Atomcule”: Relativistic and QED Effects  Towards Laser Spectroscopy of Antihydrogen  Hyperfine Structure Measurements of Antiprotonic Helium and  
Antihydrogen  Precision Spectroscopy, Fundamental Constants and Fundamental Symmetry  Indium SingleIon Optical Frequency Standard  Matter Neutrality Test Using a MachZehnder Interferometer  Relativistic Corrections in Atoms  
and SpaceTime Variation of the Fine Structure Constant  Frequency Comparison and Absolute Frequency Measurement of I2stabilized Lasers at 532 nm  FewElectron Ions  A QED Calculation of Electron Interaction for HeLike and  
LiLike Highly Charged Ions  The gJ Factor of an Electron Bound in HydrogenLike Carbon: Status of the Theoretical Predictions  SecondOrder SelfEnergy Calculations for Tightly Bound Electrons in HydrogenLike Ions  Lamb Shift  
in Light HydrogenLike Atoms  The g Factor of a Bound Electron in a HydrogenLike Atom  Laser Spectroscopy of the 2S Lamb Shift in Hydrogenic Silicon  GroundState Hyperfine Structure of Heavy HydrogenLike Ions  Measurement of  
the 1s2p 3P0  3P1 Fine Structure Interval in HeliumLike Magnesium  Towards a Precision Measurement of the Lamb Shift in HydrogenLike Nitrogen  Absolute Test of Quantum Electrodynamics for HeliumLike Vanadium  Relativistic  
Recoil Corrections to the Atomic Energy Levels  XRay Spectroscopy of HydrogenLike Ions in an Electron Beam Ion Trap  Advanced Quantum Mechanics and QED  CPTInvariant EightComponent TwoFermion Equation  The TwoTime Green’s  
Function and Screened SelfEnergy for TwoElectron QuasiDegenerate States  HigherOrder Stark Effect on Magnetic Fine Structure of the Helium Atom  Radiation Properties of Diamagnetic Manifolds in Atomic Hydrogen: Line Intensity  
Dependence on a Magnetic Field  Precise Evaluation of the Electron (g  2) at 4 loops: The Algebraic Way  Relativistic Dipole Dynamic Polarizabilities of Lowest ns 1/2States in HydrogenLike Atoms  LoopAfterLoop Contribution  
to the SecondOrder SelfEnergy in Hydrogen  
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Keywords:  Physics , Quantum physics , Atoms , Physics , Quantum Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics 
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Title:  Frequency Measurement and Control Advanced Techniques and Future Trends 
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Date:  2001 
Size:  1 online resource (397 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/3540449914 
Contents:  LowNoise and Ultrastable Secondary Frequency Standards  LowNoise Microwave ResonatorOscillators: Current Status and Future Developments  Ultrastable Cryogenic Microwave Oscillators  FrequencyTemperature Compensation 
Techniques for HighQ Microwave Resonators  LaserCooled Atom and TrappedIon Frequency Standards  Optical Frequency Standards Based on Neutral Atoms and Molecules  ColdAtom Clocks on Earth and in Space  SingleIon Optical  
Frequency Standards and Measurement of their Absolute Optical Frequency  Recent Developments in Microwave Ion Clocks  Conventional Optical Frequency Measurement and MidInfrared Frequency Standards  Optical Frequency Measurement  
by Conventional Frequency Multiplication  Optical Frequency Measurements Relying on a MidInfrared Frequency Standard  Advanced Optical Frequency Measurement and Synthesis  Measuring the Frequency of Light with ModeLocked Lasers  
 Generation and Metrological Application of Optical Frequency Combs  Generation of Expanded Optical Frequency Combs  Accurate OpticalFrequency Synthesis  
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Series:  Topics in Applied Physics: 79 
Keywords:  Physics , Solid state physics , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Engineering , Physics , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Solid State Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy , Engineering, general 
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Title:  Spatial Statistics: Methodological Aspects and Applications 
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Date:  2001 
Size:  1 online resource (308 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/9781461301479 
Contents:  1 Asymptotic Distribution of t he Empirical Cumulative Distribution Function Predictor under N onstationarity  1 Introduction  2 Th e Asymptotic Framework  3 Main Results  4 Proofs  5 References  2 Robustness Problems in 
the Analysis of Spatial Data  1 Introduction  2 Highly Robust Variogram Estimation  3 Variogram Model Selection  4 Variogram Fitting by Generalized Least Squares  5 Conclusion  6 References  3 Standards Adoption Dynamics  
and Test for Nonspatial Coordination  1 Introduction  2 Models with out Spatial Coordination  3 Models with Spatial Coordination  4 Tests for Nonspatial Coordination : the Case of a Regular Lattice with v Nearest Neighbours   
5 References  4 Random Fields on Zd, Limit Theorems and Irregular Sets  1 Introduction  2 CLT for Weakly Dependent Stationary Random Fields over Irregular Sets  3 CLT for % MathType!MTEF!2!1!+ %  
feaagCart1ev2aaatCvAUfeBSjuyZL2yd9gzLbvyNv2CaerbuLwBLn % hiov2DGi1BTfMBaeXatLxBI9gBaerbd9wDYLwzYbItLDharqqtubsr % 4rNCHbGeaGqiVu0Je9sqqrpepC0xbbL8F4rqqrFfpeea0xe9LqJc9 % vqaqpepm0xbba9pwe9Q8fs0yqaqpepae9pg0FirpepeKkFr0xfrx %  
frxb9adbaqaaeGaciGaaiaabeqaamaabaabaaGcbaGaamiwamaaBa % aaleaacaWGUbaabeaakiabg2da9iabeA8aQnaabmaabaGaeqOVdG3a % aSbaaSqaaiaad6gaaeqaaOGaaiilaiaadMfadaWgaaWcbaGaamOBaa % qabaaakiaawIcacaGLPaaaaaa!41E9! $$ {X_n} = \varphi \left( {{\xi  
_n},{Y_n}} \right) $$  4 The Same Program for HighLevel Exceedances  5 References  5 Multiscale Graphical Modeling in Space: Applications to Command and Control  1 Introduction  2 TreeStruct ured Markov Models  3  
Graphical Markov Models  4 Multiscale Graphical Models  5 Discussion  6 References  6 Unsupervised Image Segmentation Using a Telegraph Parameterization of Pickard Random Field  1 Introduction  2 Approach  3 EM  
Reestimation Formulas for Parameter Estimation 119  4 3D extension  5 Telegraph model  6 Mixture of Gaussians  7 Results  8 Conclusion  9 References  7 Estimation of Motion from Sequences of Images  1 Introduction  2  
Data  3 The Continuity Equation  4 Projection from t he Sphere to th e Plane  5 Parametrization of the Displacement Field  6 Discretization of the Continuity Equation  7 Penalized Least Squares Estimation  8 Estimation of  
the Variance of the Observation Error  9 Asymptotics  10 Application to Ozone Images  11 Conclusion  12 References  8 Applications of Random Fields in Human Brain Mapping  1 Introduction  2 Test Statistics  3  
Distribution of the Test Statistics Based on Random Field Theory  4 Results  5 Conclusion  6 References  9 In Praise of Tedious Permutation  1 R.A. Fisher (1890–1962) , the Anthropologist s and Darwin’s Peas  2 Permutation  
Tests in Human Brain Mapping  3 Permutation Tests of Spatial Statistics  4 Some Limitations of Permutation Testing  5 Conclusion  6 References  10 Group Analysis of Individual Activation Maps Using 3D ScaleSpace Primal  
Sketches and a Markovian Random Field  1 Introduction  2 Method  3 Results  4 Conclusion  5 References  11 Some Statistical Aspects of Magnetoencephalography  1 Introduction  2 Outlines of MEG Source Analysis  3  
Spatial Statistics of the Measurement Noise  4 Localized Averages  5 Selected Aspects of Nonlinear Parameter Estimation Problems  6 Concluding Remarks  7 References  12 Statistics of Nonlinear Spatial Distortions in  
Histological Images  1 Introduction  2 Theory  3 Concerning the Application of the Central Limit Theorem  4 Conclusion  5 References  13 Statistical Analysis of Brain Maps: Some Lessons from Morphometries  1 Introduction  
 2 The Core of Modern Morphometries: An Overview  3 Partial Least Squares for Correlations of Shape  4 Symmetry  5 Varieties of “Localization” for Image Phenomena  6 Concluding Remarks  7 References  
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Keywords:  Statistics , Statistics , Statistical Theory and Methods 
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Title:  Mechanical Properties and Testing of Polymers An A–Z Reference 
Author(s):  
Date:  1999 
Size:  1 online resource (302 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/9789401592314 
Contents:  1:Accuracy and Errors  2:Adhesion of Elastomers  3:Adiabatic Shear Instability: Observations and Experimental Techniques  4:Adiabatic Shear Instability: Theory  5:Alloys and Blends  6:Amorphous Polymers  7:Crazing  
8:Creep  9:Crystalline Polymers  10:Crystallinity  11:DuctileBrittle Transition  12:Dynamic Mechanical Analysis Techniques and Complex Modulus  13:Electron Microscopy applied to the Study of Polymer Deformation   
14:Environmental Effects  15:Falling Weight Impact Tests  16:Falling Weight Impact Testing Equipment  17:Falling Weight Impact Testing Principles  18:Fast Fracture in Polymers  19:Fatigue  20:The Finite Element Method   
21:Flow Properties of Molten Polymers  22:Fracture Mechanics  23:Friction  24:Glass Transition  25:Hardness and Normal Indentation of Polymers  26:The Hopkinson Bar  27:Impact Strength  28:Impact and Rapid Crack  
Propagation Measurement Techniques  29:Manipulation of Poisson’s Ratio  30:Measurement of Creep  31:Measurement of Poisson’s Ratio  32:Molecular Weight Distribution and Mechanical Properties  33:Molecular Weight Distribution:  
Characterisation by GPC  34:Monte Carlo Techniques  35:Monte Carlo Techniques applied to Polymer Deformation  36:Neutron Scattering  37:Non Elastic Deformation during a Mechanical Test  38:Plasticisers  39:Poisson’s Ratio  
 40:Polymer Models  41:Recovery of Glassy Polymers  42:Relaxations in Polymers  43:Sensors and Transducers  44:Slow Crack Growth and Fracture  45:Slow Crack Growth and Fracture: Measurement Techniques  46:Standards for  
Polymer Testing  47:Strain Rate Effects  48:Stress and Strain  49:StructureProperty Relationships: Glassy Polymers  50:StructureProperty Relationships: Large Strain  51:StructureProperty Relationships: Rubbery Polymers   
52:Tensile and Compressive Testing  53:Thermoplastics and Thermosets  54:TimeTemperature Equivalence  55:Torsion and Bend Tests  56:Toughening  57:Ultrasonic Techniques  58:Viscoelasticity  59:Wear  60:XRay scattering  
Methods in the Study of Polymer Deformation  61:Yield and Plastic Deformation  Appendix 1: Further ReadingSelected Bibliography  Appendix 2: Glossary  Appendix 3: Table of mechanical properties  
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Keywords:  Chemistry , Polymers , Chemical engineering , Mechanics , Materials science , Chemistry , Industrial Chemistry/Chemical Engineering , Characterization and Evaluation of Materials , Mechanics , Polymer Sciences 
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Title:  Modern Developments and Applications in Microbeam Analysis 
Author(s):  
Date:  1998 
Size:  1 online resource (392 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/9783709175064 
Contents:  Recent Developments in Instrumentation for XRay Microanalysis  High Resolution Non Dispersive XRay Spectroscopy with State of the Art Silicon Detectors  Efficiency Calibration of a Si(Li) Detector by EPMA  
WavelengthDispersive XRay Spectrometry  XRay Spectrum Processing and Multivariate Analysis  Thin Film Analysis and Chemical Mapping in the Analytical Electron Microscope  On the Spatial Resolution in Analytical Electron  
Microscopy  Contamination in Analytical Electron Microscopy and in ALCHEMI  Analytical Electron Microscopy of Diffusional Interfaces in an Al22 at. % Zn Alloy  Quantitative TEMEDXS of SolGel Derived PZT Ceramic Materials   
Particulate Composites of TZPChromium Oxide and TZPChromium Carbide Microbeam Investigations  CryoElectron Spectroscopic Imaging, Electron EnergyLoss Spectroscopy and EnergyDispersive XRay Analysis of Ag(Br, I) Nano and  
Microcrystals  Electron EnergyLoss NearEdge Structure of Alumina Polymorphs  SPM Study of YBCO Films Prepared by Plasma Assisted Laser Ablation  Surface Characterisation and Modification of YBCO Thin Films by STM   
Quantitative NearSurface Microanalysis and Depth Profiling by EPMA  EPMA Sputter Depth Profiling, Part I: Theory and Evaluation  EPMA Sputter Depth Profiling, Part II: Experiment  Quantitative Analysis of BN (C, O, Ar,  
H)Coatings Using EPMA and SIMS  Quantitative EDS Analysis of SiO2/Al2O3/TiO2 Multilayer Films  Surface Ionization of Thin Films on Substrates: Measurement and Simulation  Comparison of Different Methods to Characterize Thin  
aSi:H Films  EPMA Studies of the Growth of Thin Surface Coatings Produced by Evaporation  Analysis of Thin Films with Slightly Rough Boundaries  Effect of Chromium Substrate Pretreatment on Diamond Growth by the Chemical Vapour  
Deposition Method  EPMA Determination of Arsenic Excess in Low Temperature Grown GaAs  EPMA of Melted UO2 Fuel Rods from the PhebusFP Reactor Accident Experiment  Steels, Carbon Concentration, and Microhardness  Determination  
of Chemical and Phase Composition of FlyAshes by Combined EPMA and XRD Methods  EPMA of the Composition of OpalBased Nanostructured Materials  NDIC and EMP Study of Plagioclase Mineral Zoning: An Example from Nea Kameni Lavas   
Compositional XRay Maps of Metamorphic and Magmatic Minerals  Chemical Mapping of Weathering Stages in Laterites  Electron Microprobe Determination of Minor and Trace Concentrations of Gold and Platinum Group Elements in Sulphides  
and Sulpharsenides: Problems, Solutions, and Applications  Composition of 15–17th Century Archaeological Glass Vessels Excavated in Antwerp, Belgium  Potassium Migration in Silica Glass During Electron Beam Irradiation  XRay  
Microanalysis of FrozenHydrated Biological Bulk Samples  Environmental SEM and XRay Microanalysis of Biological Materials  Effects of ElectronBeam/Gas Interactions on XRay Microanalysis in the Variable Pressure SEM  The  
Analytical Signal in EPMA and the Influence of the Electric Field Created by the Primary Beam  Standardless Analysis  A New Technique for Standardless Analysis by EPMATWIX  Stopping Power Factor for Standardless QEPMA  On the  
Measurement of the Backscattering Coefficient for Low Energy Electrons  Monte Carlo Simulations of Edge Artefacts in MULSAM Images  Assessment of the Inelastic Scattering Model in MonteCarlo Simulations  A Rapid Comparison of  
Matrix Corrections in AES and XPS by Means of Computer Programs  Fractals and BaTiO3Ceramic Microstructure Analysis  Fragmentation of Sputtered Cluster Ions of Transition Metals: Distributions of Lifetimes and Internal Energies   
Sputtering of Tantalum by Atomic and Molecular Gold Ions: Comparative Study of Yields and Kinetic Energy Distributions of Atomic and Cluster Ions  The Standards, Measurements and Testing Programme (SMT), the European Support to  
Standardisation, Measurements and Testing Projects  
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Keywords:  Materials science , Analytical chemistry , Materials Science , Characterization and Evaluation of Materials , Analytical Chemistry 
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Title:  The Quantum Beat The Physical Principles of Atomic Clocks 
Author(s): 
F. G Major 
Date:  1998 
Size:  1 online resource (475 p.) 
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Contents:  1. Celestial and Mechanical Clocks  2. Oscillations and Fourier Analysis  3. Oscillators  4. Quartz Clocks  5. The Language of Electrons, Atoms, and Quanta  6. Magnetic Resonance  7. Corrections to Observed Atomic 
Resonance  8. The Rubidium Clock  9. The Classical Cesium Standard  10. Atomic and Molecular Oscillators: Masers  11. The Hydrogen Maser  12. The Confinement of Ions  13. The NASA Mercury Ion Experiment  14. Optical  
Frequency Oscillators: Lasers  15. Laser Cooling of Atoms and Ions  16. Application of Lasers to Microwave Standards  17. Measurement of Optical Frequency  18. Applications: TimeBased Navigation  19. Concluding Thoughts   
References  Further Reading  
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Title:  Data Envelopment Analysis: Theory, Methodology, and Applications 
Author(s): 
Abraham Charnes 
Date:  1994 
Size:  1 online resource (513 p.) 
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Contents:  I Concepts, Models, and Computation  1 Introduction  2 Basic DEA Models  3 Extensions to DEA Models  4 Computational Aspects of DEA  5 DEA Software Packages  II Novel Applications  6 Evaluating the Impacts of Operating 
Strategies on Efficiency in the U.S. Airline Industry  7 Analyzing Technical and Allocative Efficiency of Hospitals  8 A Multiperiod Analysis of Market Segments and Brand Efficiency in the Competitive Carbonated Beverage Industry  
 9 Exploring Why Some Physicians’ Hospital Practices Are More Efficient: Taking DEA Inside the Hospital  10 On the Measurement and Monitoring of Relative Efficiency of Highway Maintenance Patrols  11 Strategic Leaders in the U.S.  
Brewing industry: A Longitudinal Analysis of Outliers  12 A Spatial Efficiency Framework for the Support of Locational Decision  13 Productivity Developments in Swedish Hospitals: A Malmquist Output Index Approach  14 Ownership  
Type, Property Rights, and Relative Efficiency  15 A Comparative Analysis of Ferry Transport in Norway  16 Incorporating Standards Via DEA  17 Stratified Models of Education Production Using Modified DEA and Regression Analysis  
 18 The Problem of New and Disappearing Commodities in the Construction of Price Indexes  19 Evaluating the Relative Efficiency of Baseball Players  20 Sensitivity Analysis of Efficiency Measures with Applications to Kansas  
Farming and Illinois Coal Mining  III Epilogue: Process and Bibliography  21 The DEA Process, Usages, and Interpretations  22 A DEA Bibliography (1978–1992)  Notes about Authors  List of Conference Participants  References  
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Keywords:  Mathematics , Production management , Operations research , Management science , Microeconomics , Mathematics , Operations Research, Management Science , Microeconomics , Operations Management 
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Title:  Modern GasBased Temperature and Pressure Measurements 
Author(s): 
Franco Pavese 
Date:  1992 
Size:  1 online resource (514 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/9781475758696 
Contents:  1 The Concept of Temperature  2 GasBased Reference Points for Thermometry  3 Gas Thermometry between 0.5 K and 273.16 K  4 VaporPressure Thermometry  5 Thermometry Based on the Melting Line of 3He  6 Cryostats for 
Thermometry and GasBased Temperature Control  7 Primary Standards for Pressure Measurements  8 Pressure Transducers for Gaseous Media  9 GasBased Pressure Fixed Points  10 The Thermomolecular Pressure Difference Effect   
Appendix A The International Temperature Scale of 1990  Appendix B List of Temperature and Pressure Fixed Points  Appendix C Reference Data on Gases  Appendix D Vapor Pressures  Appendix E Reference Data for LiquidColumn  
Manometers  Appendix F Reference Data for Piston Gauges  
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Keywords:  Physics , Continuum physics , Atoms , Condensed matter , Physical measurements , Measurement , Automotive engineering , Physics , Measurement Science and Instrumentation , Automotive Engineering , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Condensed Matter Physics , Classical Continuum Physics 
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Title:  Applied Laser Spectroscopy 
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Date:  1990 
Size:  1 online resource (512 p.) 
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Contents:  Fundamentals of Laser Spectroscopy and Quantum Optics  Techniques of Laser Spectroscopy their Advantages and Limitations  Quantum Effects in Single—Atom and Single Photon Experiments  Chaos and Complexity in Quantum Optics  
Synchronization of Atomic Quantum Transitions by Light Pulses  Amplification of Pulse Responses in Ensembles of Nonlinear Oscillators  Spectroscopic Techniques and New Coherent Sources  Narrowband Tunable VUV/XUV Radiation  
Generated by Third Order Frequency Mixing of Laser Radiation in Gases  Laser and Synchrotron—Based Excitation Sources for Relaxation Studies  Optical Parametric Oscillators of Bariumborate and Lithiumborate: New Sources for  
Powerful Tunable Laser Radiation in the Ultraviolet, Visible and Near Infrared  Two—Photon Transitions with Time Delayed Radiation Pulses  Diode Lasers and their Applications to Spectroscopy  The COOvertone Laser: A  
Spectroscopic Source in a Most Interesting Wavelength Region  Tunable Sideband—Laser Spectroscopy of Atoms and Molecules  High Resolution Far Infrared Spectroscopy  Laser Spectroscopy of Atoms and Molecules  HighResolution  
Laser Spectroscopy in the UV/VUV Spectral Region  High Resolution Spectroscopy of Atomic Hydrogen: Measurement of the Rydberg Constant  Laser Spectroscopy of Atomic Discharges  Infrared Laser Spectroscopy  Opto—Thermal  
Spectroscopy  Multiphoton IR Spectroscopy  Light Induced Kinetic Effects in Alkali Vapors  Anomalous Doppler Broadening in O2Noble Gases Radio—Frequency Discharges  The N2*OCS System Microwave Spectroscopy Measurements of  
Vibrational Populations: The Perturbed Stationary State  Interdisciplinary Applications of Laser Spectroscopy / A. Solid State and Cluster Phvsics  Phonon Lifetimes in Molecular Crystals  Nonlinear Time Resolved Spectroscopy in  
Condensed Matter  Brioullin Gain Spectroscopy in Glasses and Crystals  Coherent Raman Spectroscopy: Techniques and Recent Applications  B. Sensitive Detection of Isotopes. Combustion Processes and Pollutants  Laser Detection of  
Very Rare LongLived Radioactive Isotopes  Nuclear Ground—State Properties From Laser and Mass Spectroscopy  Resonance Ionization Mass Spectroscopy for Trace Analysis  CARS Spectroscopy and Applications  Laser Spectroscopy  
Applied to Combustion  Trace Gas Detection with Infrared Gas Lasers  Environmental Monitoring Using Optical Techniques  Remote Detection of Atmospheric Pollutants Using Differential Absorption Lidar Techniques  C. Application  
to Frequency Metrology and Stabilization  Laser Cooling of Atomic Beams and its Application to Frequency Standards  Possible Precision Far—Infrared Spectroscopy of Trapped Ions  Stable Ammonia Laser for Cooled Single Ion  
Frequency Standard  Frequency Stabilization of Infrared Lasers: The Optogalvanic Effect in CO2  
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Keywords:  Physics , Analytical chemistry , Acoustics , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Electrical engineering , Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy , Analytical Chemistry , Electrical Engineering , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Acoustics 
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Title:  The Hydrogen Atom Proceedings of the Symposium, Held in Pisa, Italy, June 30–July 2, 1988 
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Date:  1989 
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Contents:  I Precision Spectroscopy of Hydrogen: Fundamental Physics and Universal Constants  The Hydrogen Atom (An Historical Account of Studies of Its Spectrum)  Interference of the Hydrogen Atom States (n=2)  Separated Oscillatory Field 
Measurement of the Lamb Shift in H, n=2  Hydrogen Spectroscopy and Fundamental Physics  DopplerFree TwoPhoton Spectroscopy of Hydrogen Rydberg States: Remeasurement of R?  TwoPhoton Transitions Between Discrete States   
TwoPhoton Spectroscopy of Hydrogen 1S–2S  1S–2S TransitionFrequency Calibration  High Resolution Spectroscopy of Hydrogen  Trapped Atomic Hydrogen  Atomic Hydrogen in a Magnetic Trapping Field  Frequency Standards in the  
Optical Spectrum  Precision RF Spectroscopy of Circular Rydberg Atoms  II Positronium, Muonium, and Other HydrogenLike Systems  Laser Spectroscopy of Positronium and Muonium  Positronium Decay Rates  New Schemes for the  
Production and Spectroscopy of Positronium  Some Recent Advances in Muonium  Transitions in Muonic Helium Ions Induced Laser Radiation  Positrons for Low Energy Antihydrogen Production  Antihydrogen PositroniumAntiproton  
Interaction  Antiprotonic Hydrogen  The Spectroscopy of HydrogenLike Highly Ionised Atoms  IlI Quantum Electrodynamics and Beyond  The Bound State Problem in QED  Electron g — 2 and High Precision Determination of ?   
General QED/QCD Aspects of Simple Systems  Search for Parity Nonconservation in Hydrogen  IV Hydrogen in Strong Fields and Chaos  Multiphoton Transition to the Continuum of Atomic Hydrogen  Hydrogen in Strong DC and Low  
Frequency Electric Fields — One Dimensional Atoms  Hydrogen Atoms in Strong Magnetic Fields — in the Laboratory and in the Cosmos  Theory of Chaos in the Atomic Hydrogen  Quantum Chaos and the Hydrogen Atom in Strong Magnetic  
Fields  Highly Excited Hydrogen in Strong Microwaves: Experimental Tests for Classically Chaotic Semiclassical Dynamics and for Quantum Localization  QuasiLandau Spectrum of the Chaotic Diamagnetic Hydrogen Atom  Index of  
Contributors  
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Title:  Superconductor Electronics Fundamentals and Microwave Applications 
Author(s): 
Johann H Hinken 
Date:  1989 
Size:  1 online resource (158 p.) 
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Contents:  1. Fundamentals of Superconductivity  1.1 Basic Phenomena  1.2 London Equations  1.3 Cooper Pairs and the Energy Band Model  1.4 Current Heat Losses in Normal Conductors and Superconductors  1.5 Flux Quantisation  1.6 
Effect of Geometry and Magnetic Field  2. SIS Junctions  2.1 CurrentVoltage Characteristics  2.2 Detectors  2.3 SIS Mixers  3. Josephson Junctions  3.1 Physical Fundamentals  3.2 Concentrated Josephson Junctions  3.3  
Distributed Josephson Tunnel Junctions  3.4 Superconducting Loops with Josephson Junctions  4. Applications of Josephson Junctions in Microwave Engineering  4.1 Josephson Voltage Standards  4.2 Detectors  4.3 Mixers  4.4  
Amplifiers  4.5 Oscillators  4.6 Intrinsic Noise of Cryogenic Receiver Devices  5. Materials and Production Methods  5.1 Tunnel Junctions and Planar Superconducting Circuits  5.2 Microbridges  5.3 Point Contacts  5.4  
Oxide Superconductors with High Critical Temperatures  6. Low Temperature Technology  6.1 Generation of Low Temperatures  6.2 Cooling in Liquid Bath Cryostats  6.3 Temperature Measurement Techniques  6.4 Materials  6.5  
Cooling Systems for Microwave Receivers  List of Principal Symbols  Literature  
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Title:  Spectrophysics 
Author(s): 
Anne P Thorne 
Date:  1988 
Edition:  2 
Size:  1 online resource (380 p.) 
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Contents:  1 Introduction  1.1 The uses of spectroscopy  1.2 Scope of this book  1.3 The electromagnetic spectrum  1.4 Term diagrams and line series  1.5 Sources, detectors and dispersers  1.6 Survey of spectral regions  1.7 
Wavelength standards  1.8 Units used in this book  References  2 A Summary of atomic structure  2.1 Schrödinger’s equation: wave functions  2.2 The hydrogen atom: degeneracy and spin  2.3 The Pauli exclusion principle and  
shell structure  2.4 The central field model  2.5 Interlude: perturbation theory  2.6 Electrostatic interactions: the quantum numbers L and S  2.7 Magnetic interactions: the quantum numbers j and J  2.8 Radiative transitions  
and selection rules  2.9 Zeeman and Stark effects  2.10 Configuration interaction and autoionization  2.11 Hyperfine structure and isotope shift  2.12 Ionic spectra  2.13 Inner shell and Xray spectra  References  3 A  
summary of molecular structure  3.1 Interatomic potentials  3.2 The BornOppenheimer approximation  3.3 Electronic energy of diatomic molecules  3.4 Vibrational energy of diatomic molecules  3.5 Rotational energy of diatomic  
molecules  3.6 Spectra of diatomic molecules  3.7 Transition probabilities for diatomic molecules  3.8 Some further points on spectra of diatomic molecules  3.9 Remarks on polyatomic molecules  References  4 Light sources  
and detectors  4.1 Definitions of light flux  4.2 Blackbody radiation and sources of continuum  4.3 Intensity standards  4.4 The excitation of line spectra  4.5 The Einstein probability coefficients  4.6 The different types  
of light source  4.7 Traditional sources: flames, arcs, sparks and glow discharges  4.8 Special sources  4.9 Absorption spectroscopy  4.10 General remarks on detectors  4.11 Detectors for the infrared  4.12 Detectors for  
the visible and ultraviolet  4.13 Photographic emulsions  4.14 Array detectors  References  5 Dispersion and resolving power: prism spectrographs  5.1 General remarks  5.2 Dispersion and resolving power  5.3 Slit width  
 5.4 Throughput and illumination  5.5 Prism instruments  5.6 Deviation and dispersion  5.7 Resolving power  5.8 Prism materials  5.9 Image defects  5.10 Merits of prism spectrometers  References  6 Diffraction  
gratings  6.1 Plane grating: condition for maxima  6.2 Intensity distribution from ideal diffraction grating  6.3 Dispersion and resolving power  6.4 Concave gratings  6.5 Grating mountings  6.6 Production and  
characteristics of gratings  6.7 Gratings for special purposes  References  7 Interferometers  7.1 Some basic concepts of interferometric spectroscopy  7.2 Resolution and throughput  7.3 FabryPerot interferometers:  
intensity distribution  7.4 FabryPerot interferometers: resolution and limitations  7.5 FabryPerot interferometers: methods of use  7.6 Michelson interferometers and Fourier transform spectroscopy  7.7 Fourier transform  
spectroscopy: instrument function, resolution, sampling and aliasing  7.8 Fourier transform spectroscopy: computing and control  7.9 Fourier transform versus grating spectroscopy: a comparison  References  8 Laser spectroscopy  
 8.1 Introduction to lasers  8.2 Types of laser  8.3 Optical pumping and saturation  8.4 Spectral and temporal resolution  8.5 Laser absorption and excitation experiments  8.6 Dopplerfree spectroscopy  8.7 High intensity  
effects, cooling and trapping  References  9 Other spectroscopic methods: microwave, radiofrequency, levelcrossing and Raman  9.1 Introduction  9.2 Microwave spectroscopy  9.3 Microwave spectroscopy of gases: the principal  
applications  9.4 Magnetic resonance spectroscopy: general considerations  9.5 Electron spin and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (ESR and NMR)  9.6 Atomic and molecular beam magnetic resonance  9.7 Transitions in and  
information from beam magnetic resonance  9.8 Double resonance and optical pumping experiments  9.9 Levelcrossing experiments  9.10 Raman spectroscopy  9.11 Coherent antiStokes Raman spectroscopy (CARS)  References  10  
Width and shape of spectral lines  10.1 Line profiles  10.2 Natural broadening  10.3 Doppler broadening  10.4 Introduction to pressure broadening  10.5 Pressure broadening: types of perturbation  10.6 Pressure broadening:  
the impact approximation  10.7 Pressure broadening: the quasistatic approximation  10.8 Experimental aspects of pressure broadening  10.9 Convolution of line profiles: the Voigt profile  References  11 Emission and  
absorption of line radiation  11.1 Introduction  11.2 Boltzmann distribution of population and state sum  11.3 Einstein coefficients and line strength  11.4 Absorption coefficient  11.5 Oscillator strength  11.6 The fsum  
rule  11.7 Optical depth and equivalent width  11.8 Curve of growth  11.9 Emission lines source function and radiative transfer  11.10 fvalues in diatomic molecules  References  12 Experimental determination of transition  
probabilities and radiative lifetimes  12.1 Introduction  12.2 Remarks on the calculation of transition probabilities  12.3 Emission measurements  12.4 Absorption and dispersion measurements  12.5 Lifetime measurements   
12.6 Combinations of methods  References  13 Elementary plasma spectroscopy  13.1 Introduction  13.2 Debye radius  13.3 Plasma oscillations  13.4 Energy distribution and dissociation equilibrium  13.5 Saha’s equation for  
ionization equilibrium  13.6 Depression of ionization potential and InglisTeller limit  13.7 Electron collisional rates  13.8 Local thermodynamic equilibrium  13.9 Coronal equilibrium and ionization equilibrium  13.10  
Continuous emission and absorption  13.11 The continuous absorption crosssection  13.12 The continuous emission  13.13 Other continua  13.14 Applications of plasma spectroscopy  13.15 Spectroscopic measurement of temperature  
 13.16 Spectroscopic determination of electron density  References  
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Title:  AcoustoUltrasonics Theory and Application 
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Date:  1988 
Size:  1 online resource (353 p.) 
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Contents:  Keynote  The AcoustoUltrasonic Approach  Theory — Wave Propagation for AcoustoUltrasound  Interaction of Ultrasonic Waves with Layered Media  Diffuse Waves for Materials NDE  Low Frequency Flexural Wave Propagation in 
Laminated Composite Plates  Preliminary Evaluation of NonContact AcoustoUltrasonic Displacement Fields in Polymeric Matrix Composite  Utilization of Oblique Incidence in AcoustoUltrasonics  Data Interpretation  Ultrasonic  
Velocity Studies of Composite and Heterogeneous Materials  AcoustoUltrasonic Wave Propagation in Composite Laminates  Ray Propagation Path Analysis of AcoustoUltrasonic Signals in Composites  Nondestructive Evaluation of  
Composite Material Using Ultrasound  Experimental and Theoretical Analysis of Backscattering Mechanisms in FiberReinforced Composites  Statistical Evaluation of Quality in Composites Using the Stress Wave Factor Technique   
Application of AcoustoUltrasonics to Quality Control and Damage Assessment of Composites  Predicting Damage Development in Composite Materials Based on AcoustoUltrasonic Evaluation  Sources/Detectors  Laser Generated Ultrasound  
 Electromagnetic Transducers for Generation and Detection of Ultrasonic Waves  Applications and Advantages of Dry Coupling Ultrasonic Transducers for Materials Characterization and Inspection  Fiber Waveguide Sensors of Stress  
Waves in Solids  Calibration and Method Implementation  Considerations for Developing Calibration Standards for AcoustoUltrasonic Inspection  Test Conditions in Stress Wave Factor Measurements for Fiber Reinforced Composites and  
Laminates  Measurement of the Energy Content in AcoustoUltrasonic Signals  Applications — General  AcoustoUltrasonics: Applications to Wire Rope, Wood Fiber Hardboard, and Adhesion  An AcoustoUltrasonic Method for Evaluating  
Wood Products  AcoustoUltrasonic Characterization of Physical Properties of Human Bones  Applications — Composite Materials  MultiParameter, MultiFrequency AcoustoUltrasonic for Detecting Impact Damage in Composites   
TransPly Crack Density Detection by AcoustoUltrasonics  Application of AcoustoUltrasonics for Predicting Hygrothermal Degradation of Unidirectional GlassFiber Composites  Applications — Bonding  Bond Quality Evaluation of  
Bimetallic Strips: AcoustoUltrasonic Approach  AcoustoUltrasonic Evaluation of the Strength of Composite Material Adhesive Joints  
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Title:  Mechanical Problems in Measuring Force and Mass Proceedings of the XIth International Conference on Measurement of Force and Mass, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, May 12–16, 1986 Organized by: Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) on behalf of IMEKO — Technical Committee o f Measurement of Force and Mass 
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Date:  1986 
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Contents:  1. Development of Multicomponent Force Transfer Standards by ONERA for French BNM  2. Development, Testing and Specifications of Super Precision Force Transducers for International Comparison Measurements  3. Measurement of Force 
by Means of FiberOptic Sensors  4. Fiber Optic Load Sensor as a Microcomputer Peripheral  5. A New Design for 6Component Force/Torque Sensors  6. A Directly Weighing Suspension Balance with Frequency Variant Output  7.  
MicroprocessorBased System for BeltScales Dosing of Mixed Feed Components  8. A Contribution to the Analysis of Conveyor Belt Weighing Errors  9. Feeding Control of Automatic Bagging Scale  10. Weighing in Roadvehicles  11.  
InMotion Weighing Scale and Some Problems of Its Metrological Evaluation  12. 6Component Load Cell for Automobile Wheel  13. Measurement Uncertainty in the Determination of Weight and Centre of Gravity of Offshore Modules Using  
Strain Gauge Load Cells  14. The Measurement Method of Big Torque Moments in Drive Shafts  15. Movable Electronic Locomotive Scale with Microprocessor  16. Improvement of the Weighing Accuracy of a 50 KG Beam Balance  17.  
Decoding of the State of Scales Equilibrium by Microprocessor Scales Terminal  18. Application of a New Beam Type Loadcell to Mechanical Hand  19. A New Bending Test Method of Leaf Springs  20. A Calibration Instrument for Roller  
Brake Testers  21. Characteristic Data of Force Transducers Terms and Definitions  22. A Compensating Lever and Its Control System for Compensating the Force of the Frame of a Deadweight Force Standard Machine  23. Some  
Calibration and Test Facilities at VSL  24. A Group Verification System for Force Standard Machines Using High Precision Load Cells  25. Calibration and Classification of Force Transducers by Using a Traceable Set of  
HighPerformance Facilities  26. About the Uncertainty of the Higher Capacity Primary Standard and the Dissimination of Force in the ASMW  27. High Accuracy Calibration Methods for Force Transducers  28. Evaluation of Parasitic  
Components on National Deadweight Force Standard Machines  29. The Effect of Time Response of Force Transducers on Their Transfer Properties in Force Comparisons  30. Calibration and Verification of Multicomponent Dynamometers in  
the Meganewton Range  31. Investigation of the Calibration Signal of Force Measuring Devices  32. Eccentric Load Sensitivity of Force Sensors  33. Ways for the Removal of the Main Disadvantages of Force Transducers with  
Semiconductor Strain Gages  34. Improving Creep Performance of the Strain Gage Based Load Cell  35. Temperature Effect and Compensation of Strain Gage Load Cell  36. Pilot Tests to Determine MicroElastic Effects in Load Cell  
Receptor Materials  37. Creep of LowRangeScales  
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Title:  Pitch Determination of Speech Signals Algorithms and Devices 
Author(s): 
Wolfgang Hess 
Date:  1983 
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Contents:  1. Introduction  1.1 Voice Source Parameter Measurement and the Speech Signal  1.2 A Short Look at the Areas of Application  1.3 Organization of the Book  2. Basic Terminology. A Short Introduction to Digital Signal Processing 
 2.1 The Simplified Model of Speech Excitation  2.2 Digital Signal Processing 1: Signal Representation  2.3 Digital Signal Processing 2: Filters  2.4 TimeVariant Systems. The Principle of ShortTerm Analysis  2.5 Definition  
of the Task. The Linear Model of Speech Production  2.6 A First Categorization of Pitch Determination Algorithms (PDAs)  3. The Human Voice Source  3.1 Mechanism of Sound Generation at the Larynx  3.2 Operational Modes of the  
Larynx. Registers  3.3 The Glottal Source (Excitation) Signal  3.4 The Influence of the Vocal Tract Upon Voice Source Parameters  3.5 The Voiceless and the Transient Sources  4. Measuring Range, Accuracy, Pitch Perception   
4.1 The Range of Fundamental Frequency  4.2 Pitch Perception. Toward a Redefinition of the Task  4.3 Measurement Accuracy  4.4 Representation of the Pitch Information in the Signal  4.5 Calibration and Performance Evaluation of  
a PDA  5. Manual and Instrumental Pitch Determination, Voicing Determination  5.1 Manual Pitch Determination  5.2 Pitch Determination Instruments (PDIs)  5.3 Voicing Determination — Selected Examples  6. TimeDomain  
Pitch Determination  6.1 Pitch Determination by FundamentalHarmonic Extraction  6.2 The Other Extreme — Temporal Structure Analysis  6.3 The Intermediate Device: Temporal Structure Transformation and Simplification  6.4  
Parallel Processing in Fundamental Period Determination. Multichannel PDAs  6.5 SpecialPurpose (HighAccuracy) TimeDomain PDAs  6.6 The Postprocessor  6.7 Final Comments  7. Design and Implementation of a TimeDomain PDA for  
Undistorted and BandLimited Signals  7.1 The Linear Algorithm  7.2 BandLimited Signals in TimeDomain PDAs  7.3 An Experimental Study Towards a Universal TimeDomain PDA Applying a Nonlinear Function and a Threshold Analysis  
Basic Extractor  7.4 Toward a Choice of Optimal Nonlinear Functions  7.5 Implementation of a ThreeChannel PDA with Nonlinear Processing  8. ShortTerm Analysis Pitch Determination  8.1 The ShortTerm Transformation and Its  
Consequences  8.2 Autocorrelation Pitch Determination  8.3 “Anticorrelation” Pitch Determination: Average Magnitude Difference Function, Distance and Dissimilarity Measures, and Other Nonstationary ShortTerm Analysis PDAs  8.4  
Multiple Spectral Transform (“Cepstrum”) Pitch Determination  8.5 FrequencyDomain PDAs  8.6 MaximumLikelihood (LeastSquares) Pitch Determination  8.7 Summary and Conclusions  9. General Discussion: Summary, Error Analysis,  
Applications  9.1 A Short Survey of the Principal Methods of Pitch Determination  9.2 Calibration, Search for Standards  9.3 Performance Evaluation of PDAs  9.4 A Closer Look at the Applications  9.5 Possible Paths Towards a  
General Solution  Appendix A. Experimental Data on the Behavior of Nonlinear Functions in TimeDomain Pitch Determination Algorithms  A.1 The Data Base of the Investigation  A.2 Examples for the Behavior of the Nonlinear  
Functions  A.3 Relative Amplitude RA1 and Enhancement RE1 of the First Harmonic  A.4 Relative Amplitude RASM of Spurious Maximum and Autocorrelation Threshold  A.5 Processing Sequence, Preemphasis, Phase, Band Limitation  A.6  
Optimal Performance of Nonlinear Functions  A.7 Performance of the Comb Filters  Appendix B. Original Text of the Quotations in Foreign Languages Throughout This Book  List of Abbreviations  Author and Subject Index  
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Title:  Anthropometry and Biomechanics Theory and Application 
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Date:  1982 
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Contents:  Opening Address  Postural Research — The Next Challenge to Anthropometrics and Biomechanics  Session I: Data Acquisition Methods  Fundamentals of Anthropometric Survey Measurement Techniques  Evolution of the Techniques of 
Data Collecting and Processing in Biometry  Results of LargeScale Anthropometrie Surveys  The Human Machine in Three Dimensions: Implications for Measurement and Analysis  An Anthropometric Data Bank: Its Hidden Dimensions   
Session II: Anthropometric Data Bases  Present and Future Needs for Anthropometric Data Bases  Anthropometric and Biomechanical Data Acquisition and Application to Rehabilitation Engineering  Anthropometry of Mentally and  
Physically Handicapped Persons Employed in Productive Occupations  Progress and Prospects in Human Biometry Evolution of the Measurement Techniques and Data Handling Methods  Session III: Models of Anthropometric Data   
Biomechanical Computer Modeling for the Design and Evaluation of Work Stations  User Needs in Computerised Man Models  Some Computational Problems in Developing Computerized ManModels  Empirical Models of Individuals and  
Population Maximum Reach Capability  Issues in the Statistical Modeling of Anthropometric Data for Workplace Design  Session IV: Maximum Voluntary Exertion Data  Overview of Methods to Assess Voluntary Exertions  Postural  
Considerations in Maximum Voluntary Exertion  Standardized Strength Testing Methods for Population Descriptions  Evaluation of Controlled Static Exertions in Various Muscle Groups  OnSite Maximum Voluntary Exertion Measurements  
and Job Evaluation  Session V: Models of Biomechanical Data  New Perspectives and Needs in Biomechanical Modelling  The Development and Use of Biomechanical Strength Models  The Validity of Biomechanical Models of Volitional  
Activities  Development of a Biomechanical Hand Model for Study of Manual Activities  Factor Analytic Approach to Biomechanical Modeling  Session VI: Applications I  Workspace Evaluation and Design: USAF Drawing Board Manikins  
and the Development of Cockpit Geometry Design Guides  Somatography in Workspace Design  A Systems Approach to Long Term Task Seating Design  Evaluation of Chairs Used by Air Traffic Controllers of the U.S. Federal Aviation  
AdministrationImplications for Design  Biomechanical and Engineering Anthropometry Considerations for the Assessment of Amputees’ Work Performance  Session VII: Applications II  Anthropometric and Strength Data in Tool Design   
Container and Handle Design for Manual Handling  Application of Dynamic Testing and Anthropometic Computer Modeling in Design of an Aircraft/ Ejection Escape System  The Collection and Application of Anthropometric Data for  
Domestic and Industrial Standards  Computer Aided Crew Station Design for the NASA Space Shuttle  Session VIII: Future Needs and Perspectives  Postural Considerations in Workspace Design  Anthropometric and Biomechanical  
Considerations in Government Regulations  Extending the State of the Art in Anthropometry and Biomechanics  
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Title:  Atomic Masses and Fundamental Constants 6 
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Date:  1980 
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Contents:  Session I Studies of Isotopes Produced by Nuclear Reactions  Studies of Isospin Quintets and NeutronDeficient Indium Isotopes with the OnLine Mass Analysis System Rama  Mass Measurements of ProtonRich Nuclei and Exotic 
Spectroscopy  Masses of Medium Weight Nuclei by Transfer Reactions  Mass of 9C  Mass Measurements Using Exotic Reaction — 48Ca(3He, 11C) 40S  Mass Measurements with Pion Double Charge Exchange  Production of New Isotopes by  
Heavy Ion Fragmentation  Search for Light NeutronDeficient Nuclei Produced in 800 MeV Proton Spallation Reactions  Session II Theory of Atomic Masses, First Section  Atomic Masses — Comments on MacroMicro MassFormulae  The  
Shell Correction Method and its Application to Nuclear Masses  Masses from Inhomogeneous Partial Difference Equations A ShellModel Approach for Light and MediumHeavy Nuclei  Atomic Mass Data and np Residual Interaction in  
Deformed Nuclei  Mutual Support of Magicities  Trends in Nuclear Mass Systematics  Atomic Mass Formulas with Empirical Shell Terms  Nuclear Mass Relations and Equations  Session III Fundamental Constants  Corrections to the  
Faraday as Determined by Means of the Silver Coulometer  The Value of the Faraday Via 4Aminopyridine  High Resolution Penning Trap as a Precision MassRatio Spectrometer  Magnetic Moments of Electrons and Positrons  Comparison  
of the K XRay Energy Ratios of High Z and Low Z Elements with Relativistic SCF DF Calculations  Precision Measurements of the Triplet and Singlet Positronium Decay Rates  Precision Gamma and XRay Energies  Precise ?Ray  
Energies from Radionuclide Decay and the (n,?) Reaction: Revised Values for the Neutron Mass and Selected Neutron Binding Energies  Session IV Direct Mass Measurements  The Absolute Measurement of Accelerator Beam Energies   
Absolute Measurement of the Energy of Alpha Particles Emitted by 239Pu  Atomic Mass Determinations at the University of Manitoba  Recent Mass Doublet Results from the University of Minnesota  Considering L.G. Smith’s RF Mass  
Spectrometer  Mapping of Nuclear Masses in the Region (N?126, Z?82) from Direct Measurements of Francium Isotopes  New Mass Spectrometric Measurements on Sodium Isotopes Masses of 31–34Na  Direct Measurements of Masses of Short  
Lived Nuclei: 74–79Rb 90–99Rb, 117–124,126Cs and 138,140–147Cs  Session V Theory of Atomic Masses, Second Section  Nuclear Masses from First Principles  Present Status of HartreeFock Calculations of Nuclear Binding Energies  
Using Effective Interaction  HartreeFock Approach to Mass Formula  Generalized HartreeFock and Mass Relationships  Microscopic Energy Density Mass Formula  The Phenomenological ShellModel and the Systematics of Nuclear  
Masses  Atomic Masses in Astrophysics  Session VI Studies of Isotopes with OnLine Mass Separators  Alpha Decay of NeutronDeficient Isotopes Studied at GSI Darmstadt  Masses of Very Neutron Deficient Nuclides in the Tin Region  
 AlphaDecay Systematics for Elements with 50 Measurements of Q? for NeutronDeficient Nuclei with A~80  Experimental BetaDecay Energies of NeutronRich Isotopes of I, Xe, Ce, and Pr  151Pr, 153Nd and 153Pm as New Isotopes  
Obtained at SIRIUS  Session VII Summaries  GammaRay Energy Calibration Standards  Comparison of Precision Mass Measurements of Light Isotopes  Progress and Future of Mass Measurements Among Nuclei Far From ?Stability   
Status of the Fundamental Constants  Citation Counts for Tables  Progress in Atomic Mass Determinations Since 1977  
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Title:  Progress in Atomic Spectroscopy Part B 
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Date:  1979 
Size:  1 online resource (1500 p.) 
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Contents:  of Part B  16 The Spectroscopy of Highly Excited Atoms  17 Optical Spectroscopy of ShortLived Isotopes  18 Spin and Coherence Transfer in Penning Ionization  19 Multiphoton Spectroscopy  20 FastBeam (BeamFoil) 
Spectroscopy  21 Stark Effect  22 Stored Ion Spectroscopy  23 The Spectroscopy of Atomic Compound States  24 Optical Oscillator Strengths by Electron Impact Spectroscopy  25 Atomic Transition Probabilities and Lifetimes  26  
Lifetime Measurement by Temporal Transients  27 Line Shapes  28 Collisional Depolarization in the Excited State  29 Energy and Polarization Transfer  30 XRay Spectroscopy  31 Exotic Atoms  32 Positronium Experiments  33  
Applications of Atomic Physics to Astrophysical Plasmas  34 Wavelength Standards  
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Title:  Bibliography of Microwave Optical Technology 
Author(s): 
A. F Harvey 
Date:  1976 
Size:  1 online resource (717 p.) 
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Contents:  1. Radiation and Matter  Section 1. Properties of Media  Section 2. Lines with Purely Transverse Fields  Section 3. Hollow Conducting Tubes  Section 4. Resonant Interaction  Section 5. Anisotropic Media  Section 6. 
Nonlinear Effects  Section 7. Radiation Techniques  Section 8. Practical Transmission Aspects  II. Components and Devices  Section 9. FreeSpace Components  Section 10. GuidedWave Components  Section 11. Resonant  
Structures  Section 12. Periodic and Guiding Structures  Section 13. SolidState Devices  Section 14. Devices with Gyromagnetic Media  Section 15. GaseousDischarge Devices  Section 16. BeamType Antennas  Section 17.  
Manufacturing Techniques  III. Amplification and Generation  Section 18. ElectronBeam Tubes  Section 19. CrossedField and HighEnergy Generators  Section 20. Theory of Stimulated Emission  Section 21. ParamagneticMaterial  
Lasers  Section 22. GaseousPhase Lasers  Section 23. Semiconductor Lasers  Section 24. Construction and Operation of Lasers  Section 25. SolidState Sources  Section 26. Indirect Operation  IV. Transmission and Reception  
 Section 27. Radiation Properties of Generators  Section 28. Frequency Filters  Section 29. ImageForming Antennas  Section 30. Modulation Techniques  Section 31. Radiation Detectors  Section 32. Receiver Techniques   
Section 33. LowNoise Amplifiers  Section 34. Principles of Holography  Section 35. Storage and Processing  V. Measurement Principles and Techniques  Section 36. Fundamental Quantities  Section 37. Frequency Standards and  
Stabilization  Section 38. Wavelength and Frequency  Section 39. Materials Parameters  Section 40. Resonance Spectrometry  Section 41. Radiation Scattering  Section 42. Plasmas and Time Resolution  Section 43. Noise and  
Fluctuations  Section 44. Radiation Parameters  VI. Applications  Section 45. Thermal and Industrial Aspects  Section 46. Biological and Medical Aspects  Section 47. Electron Accelerators  Section 48. GuidedWave  
Communication  Section 49. Terrestrial Propagation  Section 50. Practical Antenna Features  Section 51. RadioLink Communication  Section 52. Radar Techniques  Section 53. Astronomy Techniques  Author Index  
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Series:  Solid State Physics Literature Guides, Prepared under the auspices of the Research Materials Information Center Oak Ridge National Laboratory : 8 
Keywords:  Physics , Solid state physics , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Physics , Solid State Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy 
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Title:  Ion Beam Surface Layer Analysis Volume 1 
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Date:  1976 
Size:  1 online resource (494 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/9781461588764 
Contents:  of Volume 1  I. Energy Loss and Straggling  The Treatment of EnergyLoss Fluctuations in SurfaceLayer Analysis by Ion Beams  Evidence of Solid State Effects in the Energy Loss of 4He Ions in Matter  Empirical Stopping Cross 
Sections for 4He Ions  Determination of Stopping Cross Sections by Rutherford Backscattering  Depth Profiling of Implanted 3He in Solids by Nuclear Reaction and Rutherford Backscattering  Energy Loss Straggling of Protons in  
Thick Absorbers  Energy Dependence of Proton Straggling in Carbon  Energy Straggling of 4He Ions in Al and Cu in the Backscattering Geometry  Energy Spreading Calculations and Consequences  Analysis of Nuclear Scattering Cross  
Sections by Means of Molecular Ions  II. Backscattering Analysis  Determining Concentration vs. Depth Profiles from Backscattering Spectra without Using Energy Loss Values  Comparative Analysis of Surface Layers by Backscattering  
and by Auger Electron Spectroscopy  Analyzing the Formation of a Thin Compound Film by Taking Moments on Backscattering Spectra  Computer Analysis of Nuclear Backscattering  Some Practical Aspects of Depth Profiling Gases in  
Metals by Proton Backscattering: Application to Helium and Hydrogen Isotopes  Depth Profiling of Deuterium and Helium in Metals by Elastic Proton Scattering: A Measurement of the Enhancement of the Elastic Scattering Cross Section  
over Rutherford Scattering Cross Section  NearSurface Investigation by Backscattering of N+ Ions and Grazing Angle Beam Incidence  The Application of Low Angle Rutherford Backscattering to Surface Layer Analysis  Measurement of  
Projected and Lateral Range Parameters for Low Energy Heavy Ions in Silicon by Rutherford Backscattering  Range Parameters of Heavy Ions in Silicon and Germanium with Reduced Energies from 0.001 ? ? ? 10  On Problems of Resolving  
Power in Rutherford Backscattering  Studies of Surface Contaminations, Composition and Formation of Superconducting Layers of V, Nb3Sn and of Tunneling Elements Using High Energetic Protons Combined with Heavy Ions  Determination  
of Implanted Carbon Profiles in NbC Single Crystals from Random Backscattering Spectra  Pore Size from Resonant Charged Particle Backscattering  Measurement of Thermal Diffusion Profiles of Gold Electrodes on Amorphous  
Semiconductor Devices by Deconvolution of Ion Backscattering Spectra  Enhanced Sensitivity of Oxygen Detection by the 3.05 MeV (?,?) Plastic Scattering  Progress Report on the Backscattering Standards Project (Abstract)  III.  
Applications of Backscattering and Combined Techniques  Ion Beam Studies of Thin Films and Interfacial Reactions  Studies of Tantalum Nitride Thin Film Resistors  Investigation of CVD Tungsten Metallizations on Silicon by  
Backscattering  Ion Beam Analysis of Aluminium Profiles in Heteroepitaxial Ga1xAlxAsLayers  Analysis of Ga1xA1xAsGaAs Heteroepitaxial Layers by Proton Backscattering  Interdiffusion Kinetics in Thin Film Couples   
Backscattering and T.E.M. Studies of Grain Boundary Diffusion in Thin Metal Films  The Analysis of Nickel and Chromium Migration Through Gold Layers  Applications of Ion Beam Analysis to Insulators  Lithium Ion Backscattering as  
a Novel Tool for the Charac terization of Oxidized Phases of Aluminum Obtained from Industrial Anodization Procedures  Investigation of an Amino SugerLike Compound from the Cell Walls of Bacteria Using Backscattering of MeV  
Particles  IV. Equipment  Versatile Apparatus for RealTime Profiling of Interacting Thin Films Deposited in Situ  Application of a HighResolution Magnetic Spectrometer to NearSurface Materials Analysis  Rutherford  
Backscattering Analysis with Very High Depth Resolution Using an Electrostatic Analysing System  An Apparatus for the Study of Ion and Photon Emission from Ion Bombarded Surfaces: I. Some Preliminary Results  Author Index  
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Keywords:  Physics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Physics , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons 
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Title:  Atomic Masses and Fundamental Constants 4 Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Atomic Masses and Fundamental Constants held at Teddington England September 1971 
Author(s):  
Date:  1972 
Size:  1 online resource (572 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/9781468478761 
Contents:  1 Particle Energies  New Alpha Energy Standards  Influence of Atomic Effects on Nuclear Reaction Energies  Gamma Ray Energy vs. Particle Energy Measurements  Masses of Light Nuclei Far from Stability  Energy Determinations 
in Medium and Heavy Nuclei  Mass Measurements of Neutron Excessive Nuclei by the (11B, 8B) Reaction  Influence of Straggling Effects on the Accurate Measurement of Nuclear Reaction Energies  2 Beta and Gamma Energies   
Improvements in the Determination of ?Spectra EndPoint Energies  Decay Energies of Far Unstable Nuclei  Accurate Fermi Beta Decay Measurements and the Magnitude of the Weak Interaction Vector Coupling Constant  GammaRay  
Energies Measured with Ge(Li) Spectrometer  Measurement of (n,?)—Lines with A HighResolution Dumond Type Diffractometer  Capture Reaction QValues with SubkeV Accuracy  3 Mass Spectroscopy  Recent Determinations of Atomic  
Mass Differences at the University of Manitoba  Recent Determination of the Atomic Masses of H, D, 35Cl and 37Cl at Osaka University  Recent Precision Mass Measurements at Princeton  Recent Minnesota Mass Results  OnLine Mass  
Spectrometric Analysis of Far Unstable Light Nuclei Produced in High Energy Nuclear Reactions. Present Status and the Prospect of Direct Mass Measurements  Image Aberrations of Double Focusing Mass Spectrometers  Fast OnLine  
Analysis of Fission Products and the. Products of Heavy Ion Reactions  Measurements of Atom Masses in the Region from Titanium to Iron  4 Coulomb Energies  Coulomb Energies and Nuclear Shapes  Masses of 36K 80, 82Rb from  
Thresholds for (p,n) Reactions and Coulomb Energy Systematics Near A = 36  5 Mass Formulae and Mass Calculations  Shell Model Masses and Nuclear Structure  A Deformable Mass Formula and Fisson Data  Mass Formula for Low Charge  
Atomic Nuclei  Is there a Relation Between the Nuclear Binding Energy and the Parameters of the Variable Moment of the Inertia Model?  Mass Extrapolation and Mass Formulae  Problems Connected with Calculations of Atomic Masses  
from Experimental Data  The 1971 Atomic Mass Evaluation  6 Velocity of Light  Progress with a Determination of the Speed of Light: Introduction  Progress with a Determination of the Speed of Light I. Far InfraRed Frequency  
Measurements and TwoLaser Mixing  Progress with a Determination of the Speed of Light Il. Techniques for HighAccuracy Frequency Measurement in the Far InfraRed  Progress with a Determination of the Speed of Light Ill.  
UpConversion of Carbon Dioxide Laser Radiation as a Means of Measuring Visible Laser Frequencies  Determination of the Velocity of Light at the Kharkov Institute of Metrology  The Constancy of the Velocity of Light and Prospects  
for a Unified Standardization of Time, Frequency and Length  7 Wavelength Comparisons  Intercomparison of Micrometer, Nanometer and Picometer Wavelengths  Longueur d’Onde du Laser Asservi sur le Methane Rapportée à la Longueur  
d’Onde Etalon de la Definition du Metre  8 Fine Structure Constant  Review of Spectroscopic Data for Determining The Fine Structure Constant  Muonium HFS Splitting as a Source of Alpha  Electron Spectroscopy and the Fine  
Structure Constant  9 2e/h  A Comparison of 2e/h Determinations at NSL Using PointContact and ThinFilm Josephson Junctions  Recent Results of the e/hmeasurement at PTB  Recent NPL Work on e/h  Measurements of 2e/h via the  
AC Josephson Effect  10 Rydberg Constant  Results and Possibilities in the Determination of the Rydberg Constant  A New Measurement of the Rydberg  Determination of the Rydberg Constant from the He II n = 3–4 (4686A) Line  
Complex  ExcitationDependent Characteristics of H and He II Lines Used In Determining The Rydberg Constant  11 Magnetic Moments  Recent NPL Work on ?p/?N  New Determination of the Magnetic Moment of Proton in the Units of  
Nuclear Magneton  Gyromagnetic Ratio of the Proton: Progress with the NPL weakfield apparatus  A MICS for ?’p Determination  Determination of ?’p at the National Bureau of Standards  The gFactor Anomalies of the Electron and  
Position  Precise Measurement of the Anomalous Magnetic Moment of the Muon  12 Miscellaneous Constants  Lattice Spacing Measurements And Avogadro’s Number  Determination of the Faraday By Means of the Iodine Coulometer  The  
Gravitational Constant G  A Proposal for a New Determination of the Gas Constant  Volume normal moléculaire, Vo, des gaz à l’état idéal  13 Evaluation  A Reevaluation of the Fundamental Physical Constants  14 Conference  
Summary  AMCO4 Conference Summary  
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Title:  Nuclidic Masses Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Nuclidic Masses, Vienna, Austria July 15–19, 1963 
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Date:  1964 
Size:  1 online resource (474 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/9783709155561 
Contents:  Session I. Theoretical  Paper 1. Nuclear Masses and Nucleosynthesis  Paper 2. Mass Laws and Nucleosynthesis  Paper 3. SemiEmpirical Analysis of Nuclear Masses  Paper 4. Empirical Separation Energies and the BCS Pairing Theory 
 Paper 5. A New Nuclidic Mass Law  Paper 6. SemiEmpirical Interpretation of Nuclear Masses and Deformations  Paper 7. Construction of an Extended Nuclidic Mass Table  Paper 8. Status Report on Atomic Masses  Paper 9.  
Considerations about Programming Mass Adjustments  Paper 10. Some Statistical Problems in the Computation of Nuclidic Mass Formulae  Session II. Fundamental Constants  Paper 1. The Proton Gyromagnetic Ratio as a Nuclear Standard  
 Paper 2. Precision ?Ray Wavelength Measurement by Crystal Diffraction  Paper 3. Precision Measurements on the Muon, Muonium, Positronium, and Helium as Related to the Fundamental Atomic Constant  Paper 4. The Most Probable  
UptoDate Value of the Normal Molecular Volume V0 of an Ideal Ga  Paper 5. The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry and its Interest in the Values of the Fundamental Constants  Paper 6. Present Status of our Knowledge  
of the Numerical Values of the Fundamental Physical Constants  Session III. Energy Differences Between Nuclear States  Paper 1. Systematics of Single Particle Levels  Paper 2. Separation Energies of Nucleon Pairs  Paper 3. Mass  
Systematics Involving LowLying Excited States  Paper 4. Nuclidic Masses and Structure of Nuclei  Session IV. Calibration Energies for Nuclear Measurements  Paper 1. Energies of Natural Alpha Radiators  Paper 2. The Energy of  
Polonium Alpha Particles as Determined by Different Methods  Paper 3. Atomic Effects on Nuclear Reaction Yield Curves  Paper 4. Nuclear Resonance Energies  Paper 5. Absolute Energy Standards for Van de Graaff Accelerators   
Paper 6. Recommended Values of Calibration Energies  Session V. Nuclear QValue Determinations  Paper 1. QValue Measurements at M. I. T.  Paper 2. Nuclear Reaction Measurements at the National University of Mexico  Paper 3.  
QValue Measurements at the University of Pittsburgh  Paper 4. The Relative Masses of Some Uranium Isotopes Determined from Nuclear Reaction Studies  Paper 5. Accurate Measurements of (p, n) Thresholds in the Proton Energy Range 5  
to 10 MeV.  Paper 6. QValues as Measured Through Resonance Energies  Session VI. Mass Values from Mass Spectroscopy  Paper 1. Some Atomic Masses in the Region from Gallium Through Molybdenum  Paper 2. Atomic Masses from  
Ruthenium to Xenon  Paper 3. Recent Mass Values Obtained at McMaster University  Paper 4. Mass Differences of Doublets Involving H, D, C, N and O.  Paper 5. A Direct Determination of the3H—3He Mass Difference  Paper 6. Nuclidic  
Masses and Binding Energies of Nuclei from Samarium to Lutetium  Summation of the Conference  
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Title:  Shifting standards: Experiments in particle physics in the twentieth century 
Author(s): 
Allan Franklin 
Date:  2013 
Publisher:  Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press 
Size:  302 p. 
Contents:  Some measurements of the temperature variation in the electrical resistance of a sample of copper  Do falling bodies move south?  The isolation of an ion, a precision measurement of its charge, and the correction of Stokes's law  Directed quanta of scattered Xrays  A determination of e/m for an electron by a new deflection method  An uncertain interlude  Electron polarization  Mean lifetime of Vparticles and heavy mesons  Detection of the free antineutrino  Measurement of the Ke2+ branching ratio  Determination of Kl3 form factors from measurements of decay correlations and muon polarizations  Bad data : an interlude  Measurement of the antineutronproton cross section at low energy  New measurements of properties of the [o mega] hyperon  The coherent scattering of neutrinos  Search for neutral weakly interacting massive particles in the Fermilab Tevatron wideband neutrino beam  Measurement of the B+ total cross section and B+ differential cross section d/dpT in pp col lisions at ?s = 1.8 TeV  B meson decays to charmless meson pairs containing eta or eta mesons  The case of the disappearing sigmas  Conclusion. 
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Keywords:  Particles (Nuclear physics) Experiments. 
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Title:  Radiation detection and measurement 
Author(s): 
Glenn F. Knoll 
Date:  2000 
Publisher:  John Wiley and Sons: New York 
Size:  802 pgs. 
Note:  3rd ed. 
Contents:  1. Radiation Sources,. 2. Radiation Interactions, 3. Counting Statistics and Error Prediction, 4. General Properties of Radiation Detectors, 5. Ionization Chambers, 6. Proportional Counters, 7. GeigerMueller Counters, 8. Scintillation Detector Principles, 9. Photomultiplier Tubes and Photodiodes, 10. Radiation Spectroscopy with Scintillators, 11. Semiconductor Diode Detectors, 12. Germanium GammaRay Detectors, 13. Other SolidState Detectors, 14. Slow Neutron Detection Methods, 15. Fast Neutron Detection and Spectroscopy, 16. Pulse Processing and Shaping, 17. Linear and Logic Pulse Functions, 18. Multichannel Pulse Analysis, 19. Miscellaneous Detector Types, 20. Background and Detector Shielding 
Appendices: a. The NIM and CAMAC Instrumentation Standards, B. Derivation of the Expression for Sample Variance in Chapter 3, C. Statistical Behavior of Counting Data for Variable Mean Value, D. The ShockleyRamo Theorem for Induced Charge  
ISBN:  0471073385 
Keywords:  Nuclear counters , Radiation Measurement 
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Title:  Permanent Magnet design and application handbook 
Author(s): 
Lester R. Moskowitz 1926 
Date:  1986 
Publisher:  Krieger Publishing Co.: Malabar, Fla 
Size:  443 pgs. 
Contents:  1. A New Approach to the Study of Permanent Magnets, 2. A Brief History of the Permanent Magnet, 3. Terms and Definitions, 4. Classification of Permanent Magnets and Materials, 5. Basic Manufacturing processes, 6. Fundmantals of magnetism, 7. General Design Considerations, 8. Leakage and Fringing, 9. Circuit Effects, 10. Exact Design Methods, 11. Environmental Effects, 12. Measurement and Testing, 13. Magnetization, Demagnetization, Stabilization and Calibration, 14. Mechanical Considerations, 15. Standards Specifications, and Purchasing, 16. Typical Circuits and Applications 
Appendices: I. Demagnetization Curves, II. magnetic Properties Tables, III. Physical Properites Tables, IV. International Indix of Permanent Magnet Materials, V. Conversion Factors, VI. Standard Specification for Permanent Magnet Materials, VII. 1985 Mills, DistributorFabricators Magnetizers, Demagnetizers & Test Equipment  
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Keywords:  Permanent magnets Handbooks, manuals, etc. 
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Title:  Partial pressure analyzers and analysis 
Author(s): 
Monte J Drinkwine David Lichtman (Wisconsin U., Milwaukee) 
Date:  1979 
Publisher:  New York : Education Committee, American Vacuum Society 
Size:  126 pgs. 
Contents:  Part I: Introduction and Scope of Monograph  A. What Is A Partial Pressure Analyzer?, B. Terms and Symbols 
Part II: Partial Pressure Analyzers  A. Ionization and Ion Sources, B. Ion Detectors, C. Analyzer Types, D. Selection Criteria  
Part III: Analysis  A. Massis of Atoms and Molecules, B. Input Information of Analyzers, C. Interpretation of Mass Spectra for Residual Gas Analysis  
Appendices: A. Isotopic Abundances of the Elements, B. Ionization Potentials, Electron Affinities, Work Funcitons, and Melting Points, C. List of Manufacturers of Partial Pressure Analyzers, D. AVS Standards, E. Glossary of Terms  
Series:  American Vacuum Society monograph series 
Keywords:  Mass spectrometry , Gases Spectra Measurement 
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Title:  Flow measurement in open channels and closed conduits : proceedings of the Symposium on Flow Measurement in Open Channels and Closed Conduits held at the National Bureau of Standards in Gaithersburg, Maryland on February 2325, 1977 
Conference:  Symposium on Flow Measurement in Open Channels and Closed Conduits, National Bureau of Standards, 1977 
Author(s): 
Lafayette K. Irwin 
Date:  1977 
Publisher:  U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off, Washington 
Keywords:  Flow meters 
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Title:  Balanced scorecard stepbystep for government and nonprofit agencies 
Author(s): 
Paul R. Niven 
Date:  2008 
Edition:  2nd ed. 
Publisher:  Hoboken, New Jersey: Wiley 
Size:  365 p. 
Contents:  Introduction to the balanced scorecard  Adapting the balanced scorecard to fit the public and nonprofit sectors  Before you begin  Training and communication planning for balanced scorecard success  Mission, values, and vision  Strategy : th e core of every balanced scorecard  Strategy maps  Performance measures, targets, and initiatives  Creating alignment by cascading the balanced scorecard  Linking resource allocation to the balanced scorecard  Reporting results  The City of Ch arlotte : a balanced scorecard success story  Sustaining balanced scorecard success. 
ISBN:  9780470180020 
Keywords:  Total quality management in government. , Administrative agencies Management Evaluation. , Nonprofit organizations Management Evaluation. , Benchmarking (Management) , Performance standards. , Organizational effectiveness Measurement. 
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Title:  Superconductivity  Part 2: Critical Current Measurement  DC Critical Current of Nb(3)Sn Composite Superconductors 
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Edition:  2nd ed. 
Publisher:  International Electrotechnical Commission 
Note:  IEC 61788 2 
Series:  TechStreet Online Standards 
Keywords:  Engineering Standards 
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Title:  Superconductivity  Part 1: Critical Current Measurement  DC Critical Current of NbTi Composite Superconductors 
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Edition:  2nd ed. 
Publisher:  International Electrotechnical Commission 
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Title:  Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)  Part 43: Testing and Measurement Techniques  Radiated, RadioFrequency, Electromagnetic Field Immunity Test 
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Edition:  3.2 
Publisher:  Internatinal Electrotechnical Commission 
Note:  IEC 61000 4 3 
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Title:  Standard Test Methods for Water Vapor Content of Electrical Insulating Gases by Measurement of Dew Point 
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Publisher:  ASTM International 
Note:  ASTM D 202997 (Reapproved 2003) 
Keywords:  Standards, engineering 
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Call number:  ANSINCSLZ540.3::2006 Show nearby items on shelf 
Title:  American national standard for calibration : Requirements for the calibration of measuring and test equipment 
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Publisher:  Boulder, CO  NCSL International 
Note:  ANSI NCSL Z 540.3 2006 
Keywords:  Testingmachines  Calibration  Standards , Measurement  Standards 
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