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Title:Introduction to RF and microwave passive components
Author(s): Richard Wallace
Krister Andreasson
Date:2015
Publisher:Artech House
Size:1 online resource (370 p.)
Contents:Chapter 1 Introduction -- Microwave-Frequency Band -- Chapter 2 Transmission Lines -- Smith Diagram . Waveguides -- Wire Pairs -- Coaxial Cables -- Coaxial Connectors -- Planar Transmission Lines -- Chapter 3 Antennas -- Antenna Radiator Patch Antenna . Array -- Feeding Network -- Broadband Attennas -- Reflector Anntennas -- Chapter 4 Millimeter Waves -- Millimeter Wave Region -- Transmission Guides -- Chapter 5 Ferrites . Isolator . Circulator -- Ferrite Switch -- Phase Shifter -- YIG Fi lter -- Chapter 6 Hybrids -- Rat Race -- Branch Line -- Backward Coupler -- Wideband Directional Coupler -- Compensation of Phase Velocities -- Microstrip with 3 dB Coupling -- Hybrid for Crossing Lines -- 180 Degree Hybrid -- Reduced Line Lengths -- Disc rete Components -- RF Hybrids -- Chapter 7 Power Dividers -- Various Circuit Designs -- Discrete Components -- Power Combiner -- Power Splitter -- Chapter 8 Filters -- Lowpass . Highpass . Bandpass . Waveguide -- Evanescent Mode -- Tubular -- Helix -- Cou pling Factor -- Notch Filter -- Transmission Nulls -- Cross-Coupling -- Dual-Behavior Filter -- Dieelectric Filter -- Dual-Mode Filter . Multiplexer -- Voltage-Controlled Filter
ISBN:1630810088
Series:Artech House microwave library.
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Keywords: Microwave devices. , Radio frequency. , Passive components.
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Title:Chipless RFID reader architecture
Author(s): Nemai Chandra Karmakar
Randika Koswatta
Prasanna Kalansuriya
Rubayet E-Azim
Date:2013
Publisher:Artech House
Size:1 online resource (325 pages)
Contents:Chapter 1 Introduction -- Chipless RFID -- Chipless RFID Tag Reader -- Operating Principle -- Reader Architecture -- Physical Layer Development . Chapter 2 Chipless RFID System Operating Principles -- Time Domain (TD) Based Chipless RFID Tags -- Fre quency Domain Based Tags -- Image Based Tags -- Hybrid Domain Chipless RFID Tags -- Multiresonator Based Chipless RFID Tag -- Operating Principle for Reading of Multiresonator Based Chipless RFID Tags -- Methods for Reading RFID Tags -- Reading Time Domai n Based Chipless RFID -- Reading Frequency Domain Based Chipless RFID Tags -- Reading Hybrid Domain Based Chipless RFID Tags -- SAR Based Reading Process . Chapter 3 Chipless RFID Readers -- Chipless RFID Reader System Architectures -- Chipless RFID Reade rs and Tag Reading Techniques -- Time Domain Readers and Tag Reading Techniques -- Frequency Domain Readers and Tag Reading Techniques -- Hybrid Domain Readers and Tag Reading Techniques -- SAR Based Readers and Tag Reading Techniques -- Limitations and I ssues with Current Chipless RFID Readers -- Cost of Readers -- Read Range -- Tag Reading Speed -- Anticollision, Error Correction, and Data Integrity -- Orientation of the Tag
Chapter 4 Frequency Domain Based RFID Reader Development . Operation of Frequency Domain Based Chipless RFID Readers -- Detecting the Features of the Frequency Signatures of Chipless Tags -- Recovering the Frequency Signature of Chipless Tags -- De sign of Frequency Domain Based Chipless RFID Readers -- Design of a Reader That Detects the Features of Frequency Signatures of Chipless RFID Tags -- Design of a Reader That Recovers the Frequency Signatures of Chipless RFID Tags . Chapter 5 Time Domain B ased Chipless RFID Reader -- Theory of Operation of a Time Domain Based Chipless RFID Reader -- Generation of UWB Short Pulses -- UWB Short Pulse Based Interrogation -- Design of UWB TD Based Chipless RFID Reader -- Simulation Setup in Agilent ADS2009 . C hapter 6 Hybrid Chipless RFID Reader -- Frequency-Phase Based System -- Working Principle of the Encoding Element -- Hybrid Frequency-Phase Chipless RFID Based on C-Sections -- Chipless RFID Reader for Hybrid Frequency-Phase Chipless RFID -- Frequency-Pol arization Based System -- Resonant and Polarization Characteristics of the Split-Ring Resonator -- Encoding Information in a SRR Based Frequency-Polarization Tag -- Chipless RFID Reader for Hybrid Frequency-Polarization Based Chipless RFID -- Frequency-Time Based System -- Group Delay Based Frequency-Time Hybrid Chipless RFID -- Non-Group-Delay Based Approaches for Hybrid Frequency-Time Chipless RFID -- Chipless RFID Reader for Hybrid Frequency-Time Based Chipless RFID
Chapter 7 Antennas for Chipless RFID Readers -- Antenna Parameters -- Review of UWB Antennas -- Practical Design Procedure for UWB Antennas -- UWB Antenna Development -- UWB Disk-Loaded Monopole Antennas -- UWB Dipole Array Antennas -- Log-Periodic Dipole Antennas -- Log-Periodic Dipole Array Antennas -- UWB Horn Antennas -- Disk-Loaded Monopoles as Reader Antennas -- Elliptical Leaf Dipole Arrays as Reader Antennas -- LPDAAs as Reader Antennas -- Horns as Reader Antennas . Chapter 8 Microwave and M illimeter-Wave Active and Passive Components -- Passive Components -- Antennas -- Filters -- Couplers -- Circulators -- Power Divider/Combiner -- Resonators -- Mixers -- Active Components -- Voltage-Controlled Oscillators -- Low-Noise Amplifiers . Chapte r 9 Digital Module for Chipless RFID Readers -- Digital Control Board -- Power Supply Unit -- IR Tag Sensor -- RF Power Supply Control Switch -- VCO Control Voltage Generator -- Digital Signal Processing Board -- Middleware -- Performance of Digital Contr ol Section -- Chapter 10 RFID Reader System Integration and Applications -- The Integrated Chipless RFID Reader -- Specifications of a Generic Chipless RFID Reader -- Chipless RFID Tag -- Reading Techniques -- Reader Device . Conveyer Belt Application -- Vehicle Tracking
ISBN:9781608075614
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Series:Artech House microwave library
Keywords: Radio frequency identification systems
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Title:Microstrip lines and slotlines
Author(s): Ramesh Garg
I. J. Bahl
Maurizio Bozzi
Date:2013
Edition:Third edition.
Publisher:Artech House
Size:1 online resource (589 p.)
Contents:Chapter 1 Microstrip Lines I - Quasi-Static Analyses, Dispersion Models, and Measurements -- Planar Transmission Structures -- Microstrip Field Configuration -- Methods of Microstrip Analysis Quasi-Static Analyses of a Microstrip -- Modified Conformal Transformation Method -- Finite Difference Method -- Integral Equation Meth od -- Variational Method in the Fourier Transform Domain -- Segmentation and Boundary Element Method -- Microstrip Dispersion Models -- Coupled TEM Mode and TM Mode Model -- An Empirical Relation -- Dielectric-Loaded Ridged Waveguide Model -- Empirical F ormulae for Broad Frequency Range -- Planar Waveguide Model -- Microstrip Transitions -- Coaxial-to-Microstrip Transition -- Waveguide-to-Microstrip Transition -- Microstrip Measurements -- Substrate Dielectric Constant -- Characteristic Impendance -- Pha se Velocity or Effective Dielectric Constant -- Attenuation Constant -- Fabrication -- Printed Circuit Technologies -- Hybrid Microwave Integrated Circuits -- Monolithic Integrated Circuit Technologies
Chapter 2 Microstrip Lines II -- Fullwave Analyses, Design Considerations, and Applications -- Methods of Fullwave Analysis -- Analysis of an Open Microstrip -- Integral Equation Method in the Space Domain -- Galerkin.s Method in the Spectral Domain -- Analysis of an Enclosed Microstrip -- Integral Equation Methods -- Finite Difference Method -- Design Considerations -- Microstrip Losses -- Power Handling Capability -- Effect of Tolerances -- Effect of Dielectric Anisotropy -- Frequency Range of Ope ration -- Lumped Element Model of Microstrip Interconnect -- Other Types of Microstrip Lines -- Suspended and Inverted Microstrip Lines -- Multilayered Dielectric Microstrip -- Thin Film Microstrip -- Valley Microstrip Lines -- Buried Microstrip Line -- S uperconducting Microstrip Circuits -- Microstrip Applications -- Lumped Elements -- Passive Components -- Active Components -- Packages and Assemblies
Chapter 3 Microstrip Discontinuities I -- Quasi-Static Analysis and Characterization -- Discontinui ty Capacitance Evaluation -- Matrix Inversion Method -- Variational Method -- Galerkins Method in the Fourier Transform Domain -- Use of Line Sources with Charge Reversal -- Discontinuity Inductance Evaluation -- Characterization of Various Discontinuitie s -- Open Ends -- Gaps in a Microstrip -- T-Junctions -- Cross Junctions -- RF Short and Via Hole -- Compensated Microstrip Discontinuities
Chapter 4 Microstrip Discontinuities II: Fullwave Analysis and Measurements -- Planar Waveguide Analysis -- Discontinuity Characterization -- Compensation of Discontinuity Reactances -- Radiation and Parasitic Coupling -- Fullwave Analysis of Discon tinuities . Galerkins Method in the Spectral Domain -- Integral Equation Solution in the Space Domain -- Time Domain Methods for Microstrip Discontinuity -- Discontinuity Measurements -- Linear Resonator Method -- Ring Resonator Method -- Scattering Param eters Measurement Method
Chapter 5 Slotlines -- Slotline Analysis -- Approximate Analysis -- Transverse Resonance Method . Galerkins Method in the Spectral Domain -- Design Considerations -- Closed-Form Expressions -- Effect of Metal Thickness -- Effec t of Tolerances -- Losses in Slotline -- Slotline Discontinuities -- Short End Discontinuty -- Open End Discontinuity -- Variants of Slotline -- Coupled Microstrip-Slotline -- Conductor-Backed Slotline -- Conductor-Backed Slotline with Superstrate -- Slot lines with Double-Layered Dielectric -- Slotline Transitions -- Coaxial-to-Slotline Transition -- Microstrip-to-Slotline Cross-Junction Transition -- Slotline Applications -- Circuits Using T-Junctions -- Circuits Using Wideband 180 Phase Shift -- Hybrid /de Ronde.s Branchline Couplers
Chapter 6 Defected Ground Structure (DGS) -- Basic Structure of DGS -- Unit Cell and Periodic DGS -- Advantages and Disadvantages of DGS -- DGS Characteristics -- Stop-Band Properties -- Slow-Wave Propagation -- Realization of Transmission Lines wit h High Characteristic Impedance -- Modeling of DGS -- Full-Wave Modeling -- Equivalent Circuit Models -- Applications of DGS -- DGS-Based Filters -- Other DGS-Based Passive Components -- DGS-Based Active Circuits -- DGS-Based Antennas
Chapter 7 Coplan ar Lines: Coplanar Waveguide and Coplanar Strips -- Quasi-Static Conformal Mapping Analysis of CPW -- Quasi-Static Conformal Mapping Analysis of CPS -- Fullwave Analysis -- Design Considerations -- Design Equations -- Dispersion -- Effect of Metallization Thickness -- Losses in Coplanar Lines -- Dielectric Loss -- Conductor Loss -- Radiation and Surface Wave Losses -- Effect of Tolerances -- Comparison with Microstrip Line and Slotline -- Transitions -- Coax-to-CPW Transitions -- Microstrip-to-CPS Transit ions -- Microstrip-to-CPW Transition -- CPW-to-CPS Transitions -- CPS-to-Slotline Transitions -- Slotline-to-CPW Transitions -- Discontinuities in Coplanar Lines -- CAD Models for Discontinuities in Coplanar Waveguide Circuits -- CAD Models for Discontinu ities in Coplanar Strips Circuits -- Coplanar Line Circuits -- Circuits with Series and Shunt Reactances in CPW -- Circuits Using Slotline-CPW Junctions
Chapter 8 Coupled Microstrip Lines -- General Analysis of Coupled Lines -- Methods of Analysis -- Coupled Mode Approach -- Even- and Odd-Mode Approach -- Characteristics of Coupled Microstrip Lines -- Quasi-Static Analysis -- Fullwave Analysis -- Di spersion Models -- Measurements on Coupled Microstrip Lines -- Impedance Measurements -- Phase Constant Measurements -- Design Considerations for Coupled Microstrip Lines -- Design Equations -- Effect of Fabrication Tolerances -- Coupled Microstrip Lines with Dielectric Overlays -- Effect of Dielectric Anisotropy -- Slot-Coupled Microstrip Lines -- Coupled Multiconductor Microstrip Lines -- Discontinuities in Coupled Microstrip Lines -- Network Model -- Open-End Discontinuity
Chapter 9 Substrate Integrated Waveguide (SIW) -- Operation Principle -- Analysis Techniques of SIW . Equivalent Rectangular Waveguide -- Full-wave Modeling of SIW Interconnects -- Full-wave Modeling of SIW Components -- Equivalent Circuits Models o f SIW Discontinuities -- Design Considerations -- Mechanisms of Loss -- Guided.wave and Leaky-wave Regions of Operation -- Band-gap Effects in SIW Structures -- SIW Design Rules -- Substrate Integrated Folded Waveguide (SIFW) -- Half-Mode Substrate Integr ated Waveguide (HMSIW) -- Substrate Integrated Slab Waveguide (SISW) -- Substrate Integrated Ridge Waveguide (SIRW) -- Transitions Between SIW and Planar Transmission Lines -- Microstrip-to-SIW Transitions -- CPW-to-SIW Transitions -- SIW Components and A ntennas -- Passive Components -- Active Circuits -- Antennas -- System-on-Substrate (SoS) -- Fabrication Technologies and Materials -- Fabrication by PCB and LTCC Technologies -- Integration of SIW on Silicon -- Use of Novel Substrate Materials -- Solutio ns for High Frequency Operation of SIW
ISBN:9781608075355
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Keywords: Strip transmission lines. , Microwave transmission lines. , Microwave integrated circuits.
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Title:Asymmetric Passive Components in Microwave Integrated Circuits
Author(s): Ahn
Date:2006
Publisher:Wiley-Interscience
Size:1 online resource (377 p.)
ISBN:9780471737483
Series:eBooks
Series:Wiley Online Library
Series:Wiley 2016 package purchase
Keywords: Electrical & Electronics Engineering
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Title:Technologies for RF systems
Author(s): Terry Edwards
Date:2018
Publisher:Artech House
Size:284 p
Contents:Twenty-first century RF systems and elctronics -- RF semiconductors -- Passive RF components -- Passive RF circuit elements -- Switches, attenuators, and digital circuits -- Radio-frequency filters -- Antennas -- Small-signal RF amplifiers -- Noise and LNAs -- RF power amplifiers -- RF-oriented ADCs and DACs -- Radio frequency sources -- Frequency-band conversion -- Modulation techniques and technologies.
ISBN:9781630814502
Keywords: Millimeter waves , Radio frequency
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Title:The design of CMOS radio-frequency integrated circuits
Author(s): Thomas H. Lee
Date:2004
Edition:2nd ed.
Publisher:New York : Cambridge University Press
Size:797 p.
Contents:A Nonlinear History of Radio -- Overview of Wireless Principles -- Passive RLC Networks -- Characteristics of Passive IC Components -- A Review of MOS Device Physics -- Distributed Systems -- The Smith Chart and S-Parameters -- Bandwidth Estimation Techniques -- High-Frequency Amplifier Design -- $t Voltage References and Biasing -- Noise -- LNA Design -- Mixers -- Feedback Systems -- RF Power Amplifiers -- Phase-Locked Loops -- Oscillators and Synthesizers -- Phase Noise -- Architectures -- RF Circuits Through the Ages.
ISBN:0521835399
Keywords: Metal oxide semiconductors, Complementary Design and construction. , Radio frequency integrated circuits Design and construction , Radio Transmitter-receivers
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Title:Passive components for circuit design
Author(s): Ian Robertson Sinclair 1932-
Date:2000
Publisher:Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford
Size:320
ISBN:075064933X
Keywords: Electronic circuit design.
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Title:Microwave and RF design: A systems approach
Author(s): Michael Bernard Steer
Date:2010
Publisher:Raleigh, N.C. : SciTech Pub.
Size:952 p.
Contents:System Module -- 1. Modulation, Transmitters and Receivers -- 2. Antennas and RF Link -- 3. Radio Frequency Systems -- Transmission Line Module -- 4. Transmission Lines -- 5. Extraordinary Transmission Line Effects -- Network Module -- 6. Microwave Network Analysis -- 7. Passive Components -- 8. Impedance Matching -- Coupled Line and Filter Module
9. Coupled Lines and Applications -- 10. Filters -- Active Device and Synthesis Module -- 11. Amplifiers -- 12. Mixers, Oscillators and Switches -- 13. Synthesis -- A. Mathematical Identities and Relationships -- B. Power Descriptions -- C. Physical Constants and Material Properties -- D. Maxwell's Equations -- E. Waveguide Field Analysis -- F. RF and Microwave Circuit Schematic Symbols -- G. Active Device Models
ISBN:9781891121883
Keywords: Radio Transmitters and transmission Design and construction. , Radio Receivers and reception Design and construction. , Radio circuits Design and construction. , Microwave circuits Design and construction.
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Title:Applied Photometry, Radiometry, and Measurements of Optical Losses [electronic resource]
Author(s): Michael Bukshtab
Date:2012
Publisher:Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands
Size:1 online resource
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Note:Applied Photometry, Radiometry, and Measurements of Optical Losses reviews and analyzes physical concepts of radiation transfer, providing quantitative foundation for the means of measurements of optical losses, which affectpropagation and distributi on of light waves in various media and in diverse optical systems and components. The comprehensive analysis of advanced methodologies for low-loss detection is outlined in comparison with the classicphotometric and radiometric observations, having a broa d range of techniques examined and summarized: from interferometric and calorimetric, resonator and polarization, phase-shift and ring-down decay, wavelength and frequencymodulation to pulse separation and resonant, acousto-optic and emissive - subsequent ly compared to direct and balancing methods for studying free-space and polarization optics, fibers and waveguides. The material is focused on applyingoptical methods and procedures for evaluation of transparent, reflecting, scattering, absorbing, and agg regated objects, and for determination of power and energy parameters of radiation and color properties of light
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Contents:Acknowledgements
Abstract
Preface
PART I APPLIED PHOTOMETRY AND RADIOMETRY
I.1. Background
Chapter 1 Radiometric and photometric quantities and notions
Chapter 2 Methods of photometric and radiometric measurements
Chapter 3 Radiometry of partially coherent radiation
Chapter 4 Photometers and radiometers
PART II MEASUREMENTS OF OPTICAL LOSSES
II.1. Features of low
loss assessments
Chapter 5 Conventional measurement techniques
Chapter 6 Systems of multiple reflections
Chapter 7 Laser spectroscopy
Chapter 8 Measurements in passive resonators
Chapter 9
ISBN:9789400721654
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Series:Springer Series in Optical Sciences, 0342-4111 : v163
Series:Physics and Astronomy (Springer-11651)
Keywords: Microwaves
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Title:Fibre Optic Communication [electronic resource] : Key Devices
Author(s): Herbert Venghaus
Norbert Grote
Date:2012
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer
Size:1 online resource
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Note:The book gives an in-depth description of the key devices of current and next generation fibre optic communication networks. In particular, the book covers devices such as semiconductor lasers, optical amplifiers, modulators,wavelength filters, and d etectors but the relevant properties of optical fibres as well. The presentations include the physical principles underlying the various devices, the technologies used for the realization of the differentdevices, typical performance characteristics and li mitations, and development trends towards more advanced components are also illustrated. Thus the scope of the book spans relevant principles, state-of-the-art implementations, thestatus of current research and expected future components
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Contents:Optical Networks
Optical Fibres
Laser Components
Ultrafast Semiconductor Laser Sources
Widely Tuneable Laser Diodes
Semiconductor
based Modulators
Photodetectors
Systems with Higher
order Modulation
Wavelength Filters
Passive Devices
Fibre Amplifiers
Linear Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers
Optical Signal Processing for High
speed Data Transmission
Silicon Lasers and Photonic Integrated Circuits.
ISBN:9783642205170
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Series:Springer Series in Optical Sciences, 0342-4111 : v161
Series:Physics and Astronomy (Springer-11651)
Keywords: Engineering
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Title:Classification, Clustering, and Data Mining Applications Proceedings of the Meeting of the International Federation of Classification Societies (IFCS), Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, 15–18 July 2004
Author(s):
Date:2004
Size:1 online resource (658 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-17103-1
Contents:I New Methods in Cluster Analysis -- Thinking Ultrametrically -- Clustering by Vertex Density in a Graph -- Clustering by Ant Colony Optimization -- A Dynamic Cluster Algorithm Based on Lr Distances for Quantitative Data -- The Last
Step of a New Divisive Monothetic Clustering Method: the Gluing-Back Criterion -- Standardizing Variables in K-means Clustering -- A Self-Organizing Map for Dissimilarity Data -- Another Version of the Block EM Algorithm -- Controlling
the Level of Separation of Components in Monte Carlo Studies of Latent Class Models -- Fixing Parameters in the Constrained Hierarchical Classification Method: Application to Digital Image Segmentation -- New Approaches for
Sum-of-Diameters Clustering -- Spatial Pyramidal Clustering Based on a Tessellation -- II Modern Nonparametrics -- Relative Projection Pursuit and its Application -- Priors for Neural Networks -- Combining Models in Discrete
Discriminant Analysis Through a Committee of Methods -- Phoneme Discrimination with Functional Multi-Layer Perceptrons -- PLS Approach for Clusterwise Linear Regression on Functional Data -- On Classification and Regression Trees for
Multiple Responses -- Subsetting Kernel Regression Models Using Genetic Algorithm and the Information Measure of Complexity -- Cherry-Picking as a Robustness Tool -- III Classification and Dimension Reduction -- Academic Obsessions and
Classification Realities: Ignoring Practicalities in Supervised Classification -- Modified Biplots for Enhancing Two-Class Discriminant Analysis -- Weighted Likelihood Estimation of Person Locations in an Unfolding Model for Polytomous
Responses -- Classification of Geospatial Lattice Data and their Graphical Representation -- Degenerate Expectation-Maximization Algorithm for Local Dimension Reduction -- A Dimension Reduction Technique for Local Linear Regression --
Reducing the Number of Variables Using Implicative Analysis -- Optimal Discretization of Quantitative Attributes for Association Rules -- IV Symbolic Data Analysis -- Clustering Methods in Symbolic Data Analysis -- Dependencies in
Bivariate Interval-Valued Symbolic Data -- Clustering of Symbolic Objects Described by Multi-Valued and Modal Variables -- A Hausdorff Distance Between Hyper-Rectangles for Clustering Interval Data -- Kolmogorov-Smirnov for Decision
Trees on Interval and Histogram Variables -- Dynamic Cluster Methods for Interval Data Based on Mahalanobis Distances -- A Symbolic Model-Based Approach for Making Collaborative Group Recommendations -- Probabilistic Allocation of
Aggregated Statistical Units in Classification Trees for Symbolic Class Description -- Building Small Scale Models of Multi-Entity Databases by Clustering -- V Taxonomy and Medicine -- Phylogenetic Closure Operations and Homoplasy-Free
Evolution -- Consensus of Classification Systems, with Adams’ Results Revisited -- Symbolic Linear Regression with Taxonomies -- Determining Horizontal Gene Transfers in Species Classification: Unique Scenario -- Active and Passive
Learning to Explore a Complex Metabolism Data Set -- Mathematical and Statistical Modeling of Acute Inflammation -- Combining Functional MRI Data on Multiple Subjects -- Classifying the State of Parkinsonism by Using Electronic Force
Platform Measures of Balance -- Subject Filtering for Passive Biometric Monitoring -- VI Text Mining -- Mining Massive Text Data and Developing Tracking Statistics -- Contributions of Textual Data Analysis to Text Retrieval --
Automated Resolution of Noisy Bibliographic References -- Choosing the Right Bigrams for Information Retrieval -- A Mixture Clustering Model for Pseudo Feedback in Information Retrieval -- Analysis of Cross-Language Open-Ended
Questions Through MFACT -- Inferring User’s Information Context from User Profiles and Concept Hierarchies -- Database Selection for Longer Queries -- VII Contingency Tables and Missing Data -- An Overview of Collapsibility --
Generalized Factor Analyses for Contingency Tables -- A PLS Approach to Multiple Table Analysis -- Simultaneous Rowand Column Partitioning in Several Contingency Tables -- Missing Data and Imputation Methods in Partition of Variables
-- The Treatment of Missing Values and its Effect on Classifier Accuracy -- Clustering with Missing Values: No Imputation Required
ISBN:9783642171031
Series:eBooks
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Keywords: Culture , Library science , Data structures (Computer science) , Mathematical statistics , Computers , Statistics , Cultural and Media Studies , Library Science , Statistical Theory and Methods , Probability and Statistics in Computer Science , Information Systems and Communication Service , Data Structures , Statistics for Life Sciences, Medicine, Health Sciences
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Title:Optical Components for Communications Principles and Applications
Author(s): Ching-Fuh Lin
Date:2004
Size:1 online resource (332 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4757-4178-0
Contents:1 Introduction to Otical Communication -- 2 Transmitters (I) — Light Sources -- 3 Transmitters (II) — Modulators -- 4 Optical Amplifiers -- 5 Photodetectors and Detection of Optical Radiation -- 6 Principles of Optics for Passive
Components -- 7 Passive Components (I) -- 8 Passive Components (II)
ISBN:9781475741780
Series:eBooks
Series:SpringerLink (Online service)
Series:Springer eBooks
Keywords: Physics , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Geophysics , Physics , Geophysics and Environmental Physics , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices
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Title:IUTAM Symposium on Geometry and Statistics of Turbulence Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium held at the Shonan International Village Center, Hayama (Kanagawa-ken), Japan, November 1–5, 1999
Author(s):
Date:2001
Size:1 online resource (1 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-015-9638-1
Contents:A. General and Mathematical -- Mathematical Physics of Turbulence -- The Topology of Scalar Fields in 2D and 3D Turbulence -- Bounds for Turbulent Transport -- Bulk Dissipation in Shear Layers with Suction -- Trying a Metric on
Atmospheric Flows -- On the Analogy between 2D Vortices and Stellar Systems -- B. Coherent Structures, Intermittency, and Cascade -- Self-Similarity and Coherence in the Turbulent Cascade -- Coherent Fine Scale Structure in Turbulence
-- Coherent Fine Scale Eddies in Turbulent Shear Flows and it’s Relation to Anisotropy -- Shear Stress and Dissipation Intermittency in High-Reynolds-Number Turbulence -- Characteristic Time Scales and Energy Transfer in MHD Turbulence
-- C. Probability Density Functions and Structure Functions -- Statistics of Transverse Velocity Differences in Turbulence -- On a Complete Statistical Characterization of Turbulence -- Statistical Laws Governed by Vortex Structures in
Fully Developed Turbulence -- Probability Density Function of Longitudinal Velocity Increment -- Statistics of Small-Scale Structure of Homogeneous Isotropic Turbulence -- On Universality of Statistics of Pressure Field in Homogeneous
Turbulence -- A Statistical Law of Velocity Circulations in Fully Developed Turbulence -- D. Passive Scalar Advections -- Lagrangian Method for Multiple Correlations in Passive Scalar Advection -- Anomalous Scaling in Passive Scalar
Advection and Lagrangian Shape Dynamics -- Correlation between Energy and Temperature Dissipation Rates in Turbulent Flows -- Simulation of Scalar Fluctuation Field by a Non-Buoyant Plume in Grid-Generated Turbulence by Random Fourier
Modes Method -- E. Vortices, Vorticity, and Strain Dynamics -- Spatiotemporal Structure of Tubular Vortices in Turbulence -- Geometric Aspects of the Interaction of Vorticity and Strain in Homogeneous Sheared Turbulence -- Motion of a
Curved Vortex Filament: Higher-Order Asymptotics -- Statistics of Turbulence around a Columnar Vortex -- Study of the Geometry fo Flow Patterns in a Compressible Wake -- Interaction of a Vortex Ring Linked with a Vortex Filament --
Mechanism of Flame Propagation along a Vortex Tube -- F. Large Scale Motions, LES, and Closure -- Mapping Closure for Non-Gaussian Velocity Fields -- Coherent Structure and Subgrid-Scale Energy Transfer in Turbulence -- A Dynamical
Model for Turbulence -- Two- and Three-dimensional Behavior of the Large Scales in Rotating Turbulence -- G. Thermal Turbulence, Stratified and Rotating Turbulence -- Comments on High Rayleigh Number Convection -- The Dynamics of
Structures of T-Vorticity in 2d Free Convection Turbulence -- Structure of Homogeneous Rotating Turbulence under Stable Density Stratification -- Linear Processes in Unsteady Stratified Sheared Turbulence -- H. Transition Mechanisms --
Direct Numerical Simulation of Transition in Plane Poiseuille Flow -- On the Regeneration Mechanism of Turbulence in the Channel Flow -- I. Modulation of Turbulence -- Turbulence in Polymer Solutions -- Turbulence Modulation due to
Solid Particles Moving with Vortex Shedding -- Spectral Features of Axial Velocity and Concentration in a High Schmidt Number Turbulent Jet -- J. Pipe-Flow and Channel-Flow Turbulence -- Structures and Intermittency in Rotating Pipes
-- Statistics of Open-Channel Turbulence by Using Simultaneous Measurements of All Three Components of Turbulent Fluctuations with Two-Sets LDAs -- Generation Mechanism of Turbulence-Driven Secondary Currents in Open-Channel Flows --
Turbulence Measurements and Conditional Sampling Analysis on Coherent Vortices in Unsteady Open-Channel Flows over Dune Bed -- Dye Visualization and P. I. V. in the Cross-Stream Plane of a Turbulent Channel Flow -- K. Boundary Layers
and Near-Wall Turbulence -- Vorticity Structures and Intermittency in Near Wall Turbulence -- The Use of PIV in Turbulent Boundary Layer Flows -- Boundary Layer Intermittency Model -- Universal Property of Autonomous Layer in Near-Wall
Turbulence -- List of Participants
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Keywords: Physics , Continuum physics , Mechanics , Fluids , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Physics , Mechanics , Classical Continuum Physics , Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Fluid- and Aerodynamics
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Title:Relativity, Groups, Particles Special Relativity and Relativistic Symmetry in Field and Particle Physics
Author(s): Roman U Sexl
Date:2001
Edition:1
Size:1 online resource (388 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-7091-6234-7
Contents:1 The Lorentz Transformation -- 1.1 Inertial Systems -- 1.2 The Principle of Relativity -- 1.3 Consequences from the Principle of Relativity -- Appendix 1: Reciprocity of Velocities -- Appendix 2: Some Orthogonal Concomitants of
Vectors -- 1.4 Invariance of the Speed of Light. Lorentz Transformation -- 1.5 The Line Element -- 1.6 Michelson, Lorentz, Poincare, Einstein -- 2 Physical Interpretation -- 2.1 Geometric Representation of Lorentz Transformations --
2.2 Relativity of Simultaneity. Causality -- 2.3 Faster than Light -- 2.4 Lorentz Contraction -- 2.5 Retardation Effects: Invisibility of Length Contraction and Apparent Superluminal Speeds -- 2.6 Proper Time and Time Dilation -- 2.7
The Clock or Twin Paradox -- 2.8 On the Influence of Acceleration upon Clocks -- 2.9 Addition of Velocities -- 2.10 Thomas Precession -- 2.11 On Clock Synchronization -- 3 Lorentz Group, Poincare Group, and Minkowski Geometry -- 3.1
Lorentz Group and Poincare Group -- 3.2 Minkowski Space. Four-Vectors -- 3.3 Passive and Active Transformations. Reversals -- 3.4 Contravariant and Covariant Components. Fields -- 4 Relativistic Mechanics -- 4.1 Kinematics -- Appendix:
Geometry of Relativistic Velocity Space -- 4.2 Collision Laws. Relativistic Mass Increase -- 4.3 Photons: Doppler Effect and Compton Effect -- 4.4 Conversion of Mass into Energy. Mass Defect -- 4.5 Relativistic Phase Space -- Appendix:
Invariance of Rn(q) -- 5 Relativistic Electrodynamics -- 5.1 Forces -- 5.2 Covariant Maxwell Equations -- 5.3 Lorentz Force -- 5.4 Tensor Algebra -- 5.5 Invariant Tensors, Metric Tensor -- 5.6 Tensor Fields and Tensor Analysis -- 5.7
The Full System of Maxwell Equations. Charge Conservation -- 5.8 Discussion of the Transformation Properties -- 5.9 Conservation Laws. Stress-Energy-Momentum Tensor -- 5.10 Charged Particles -- 6 The Lorentz Group and Some of Its
Representations -- 6.1 The Lorentz Group as a Lie Group -- 6.2 The Lorentz Group as a Quasidirect Product -- 6.3 Some Subgroups of the Lorentz Group -- Appendix 1: Active Lorentz Transformations -- Appendix 2: Simplicity of the Lorentz
Group L++ -- 6.4 Some Representations of the Lorentz Group -- 6.5 Direct Sums and Irreducible Representations -- 6.6 Schur’s Lemma -- 7 Representation Theory of the Rotation Group -- 7.1 The Rotation Group SO(3,R) -- 7.2 Infinitesimal
Transformations -- 7.3 Lie Algebra and Representations of SO(3) -- 7.4 Lie Algebras of Lie Groups -- 7.5 Unitary Irreducible Representations of SO(3) -- 7.6 SU(2), Spinors, and Representation of Finite Rotations -- 7.7 Representations
on Function Spaces -- 7.8 Description of Particles with Spin -- 7.9 The Full Orthogonal Group 0(3) -- 7.10 On Multivalued and Ray Representations -- 8 Representation Theory of the Lorentz Group -- 8.1 Lie Algebra and Representations of
L++ -- 8.2 The Spinor Representation -- 8.3 Spinor Algebra -- Appendix: Determination of the Lower Clebsch-Gordan Terms -- 8.4 The Relation between Spinors and Tensors -- Appendix 1: Spinors and Lightlike 4-Vectors -- Appendix 2:
Intrinsic Classification of Lorentz Transformations -- 8.5 Representations of the Full Lorentz Group -- 9 Representation Theory of the Poincaré Group -- 9.1 Fields and Field Equations. Dirac Equation -- Appendix: Dirac Spinors and
Clifford-Dirac Algebra -- 9.2 Relativistic Covariance in Quantum Mechanics -- 9.3 Lie Algebra and Invariants of the Poincare Group -- 9.4 Irreducible Unitary Representations of the Poincare Group -- 9.5 Representation Theory of P++ and
Local Field Equations -- 9.6 Irreducible Semiunitary Ray Representations of P -- 10 Conservation Laws in Relativistic Field Theory -- 10.1 Action Principle and Noether’s Theorem -- 10.2 Application to Poincaré-Covariant Field Theory --
10.3 Relativistic Hydrodynamics -- Appendices -- A Basic Concepts from Group Theory -- A.1 Definition of Groups -- A.2 Subgroups and Factor Groups -- A.3 Homomorphisms, Extensions, Products -- A.4 Transformation Groups -- B Abstract
Multilinear Algebra -- B.1 Semilinear Maps -- B.2 Dual Space -- B.3 Complex-Conjugate Space -- B.4 Transposition, Complex, and Hermitian Conjugation -- B.5 Bi- and Sesquilinear Forms -- B.6 Real and Complex Structures -- B.7 Direct
Sums -- B.8 Tensor Products -- B.9 Complexification -- B.10 The Tensor Algebra over a Vector Space -- B.11 Symmetric and Exterior Algebra -- B.12 Inner Product. Creation and Annihilation Operators -- B.13 Duality in Exterior Algebra --
C Majorana Spinors, Charge Conjugation, and Time Reversal in Dirac Theory -- C.1 Dirac Algebra Reconsidered -- C.2 Majorana Spinors, Charge Conjugation, Time Reversal -- D Poincaré Covariance in Second Quantization -- D.l The
One-Particle Space -- D.2 Fock Space and Field Operator -- D.3 Poincaré Covariance and Conserved Quantities -- Notation -- Author Index
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Keywords: Physics , Gravitation , Optics , Electrodynamics , Nuclear physics , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Physics , Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory , Optics and Electrodynamics , Particle and Nuclear Physics , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics
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Title:Ultra-Wideband, Short-Pulse Electromagnetics 2
Author(s):
Date:1995
Size:1 online resource (606 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4899-1394-4
Contents:Pulse Generation and Detection -- Guided-Wave Propagation of Terahertz-Bandwidth Electrical Pulses -- Nonlinear Wave Propagation Devices for Ultrafast Electronics -- Generation of Thz Radiation from Semiconductors -- Cluster
Engineering for Photoconductive Switches -- The Use of Optically Triggered, High-Gain GaAs Switches for Ultra-Wideband Pulse Generation -- Compact, Ultra-Wideband, Impulse Generators for Electro-Optical Applications -- High-Power,
Compact Ultra-Wideband Puiser -- High-Power Impulse Generators for UWB Applications -- Measurements of Dielectric Properties of Liquids -- Transmission and Scattering of Short EM Pulses -- Ultrafast Switching at the U.S. Army Pulse
Power Center -- Broadband Electronic Systems and Components -- Environmental Logging with a Borehole Radar Tool -- Evolution of the Army Research Laboratory Ultra-Wideband Test Bed -- Ultra-Wideband Impulse SAR for Foliage and Ground
Penetration -- Ultra-High-Resolution Radar Development -- Coherent Sea Clutter Signatures Observed with a High-Resolution X-Band Radar -- Ultra-Wideband, Polarimetric Radar Studies of Spilling Breakers -- Antennas -- Impulse Radiating
Antennas, Part II -- Axial Field of a TEM-Fed UWB Reflector Antenna: PO/PTD Construction -- Ultra-Wideband Impulse Receiving Antenna Design and Evaluation -- The Reception of Short Pulses by Antennas: FDTD Results and Reciprocity --
Antennas and Electric Field Sensors for Time Domain Measurements: An Experimental Investigation -- Ultra-Wideband Antenna for High-Power Operation -- Two-Dimensional Tapered Periodic Edge Treatments for Broadband Diffraction Reduction
-- Tapered Periodic Surfaces: A Basic Building Block for Broadband Antenna Design -- Pulse Propagation and Guidance -- Derivation of Ultra-Wideband Full Wave Equivalent Circuits for Wirebond Interconnects Using the FDTD Method -- FDTD
Method for Active and Passive Microwave Structures -- Dynamical Structure of the Precursor Fields in Linear Dispersive Pulse Propagation in Lossy Dielectrics -- Uniform Asymptotic Description of Gaussian Pulse Propagation of Arbitrary
Initial Pulse Width in a Linear, Causally Dispersive Medium -- Electromagnetic Energy Dissipation of Ultra-Wideband Plane Wave Pulses in a Causal, Dispersive Dielectric -- Propagation of UWB Electromagnetic Pulses through Dispersive
Media -- Distortion of Fast Pulses by Non-TEM Effects in Coaxial Cables -- Ultra-Wideband Short-Pulse Interaction with Matter: Dynamic Theoretical Approach -- Radiation Characteristics of Collimated, Ultra-Wideband, Volume Sources --
Calculations of Dispersion Curves and Transmission Spectra of Photonic Crystals: Comparisons with UWB Microwave Pulse Experiments -- An Ultra-Wideband Photonic Crystal -- Wave Hierarchies for Propagation in Dispersive Electromagnetic
Media -- A Time Domain Radar Range Equation -- Transmission of an Undistorted Broadband Pulsed-Sinc-Beam -- Maxwellian Analysis of the Pulsed Microwave Double Slit Experiment -- Scattering Theory and Computation -- Advances in
Finite-Difference Time-Domain Methods for Engineering Electromagnetics -- Anechoic Chamber Absorbing Boundary Condition for UWB Applications -- On the Foundation of the Transmission Line Matrix (TLM) Method -- Localized Short-Pulse
Scattering from Coated Cylindrical Objects: Experimental Measurements and Numerical Models -- Pulse Scattering by Rough Surfaces -- Short Pulse Scattering from Wires and Chaff Clouds -- Scattering of Short, Ultra-Wideband
Electromagnetic Pulses by Simple Targets with Reduced Radar Cross-Section -- On a Spline-Based Fast Integral Wavelet Transform Algorithm -- Utilization of Wavelet Concepts for Efficient Solution of Maxwell’s Equations -- Wavelet and
T-Pulses -- Extended Ray Analysis of Electromagnetic Wave Scattering from 3-D Smooth Objects -- Time Domain Scattering Theory: The Physical Optics Approximation -- A New Approach to the Solution of Problems of Scattering by Bounded
Obstacles -- Concepts in Transient/Broadband Electromagnetic Target Identification -- Time-Frequency Processing of Wideband Radar Echo: From Fixed Resolution to Multiresolution and Superresolution -- Radar Identification and Detection
Using Ultra-Wideband/ Short-Pulse Radars -- Analysis of Dispersive Radar Scattering Mechanisms from Measured Data -- Inverse Scattering and Imaging Using Broadband Time-Domain Data -- High Resolution 2-D Imaging with Spectrally Thinned
Wideband Waveforms -- Adaptive Processing for Ultra-Wideband Short-Pulse Radar -- Measuring Moving Target Speed and Angle in Ultra-Wideband Radar -- Extraction of Resonant Modes from Scattered Noisy Data -- Generation of Broadband Data
from Narrowband Information
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Keywords: Physics , Condensed matter , Solid state physics , Crystallography , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Complexity, Computational , Electrical engineering , Physics , Solid State Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy , Condensed Matter Physics , Crystallography , Electrical Engineering , Complexity
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Title:Guided-Wave Optoelectronics Device Characterization, Analysis, and Design
Author(s):
Date:1995
Size:1 online resource (501 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4899-1039-4
Contents:Introductory -- Scanning the symposium -- Photonics in telecommunications -- LiNbO3 Devices -- Development and applications of commercial LiNbO3 guided-wave devices -- Field induced waveguides in LiNbO3: New developments --
Electrooptic tunable filters for WDM networks -- Demonstration of 250 Gb/s all-optical routing control of a photonic crossbar switch -- An electrode-less integrated Mach-Zehnder interferometer electric field sensor -- Laser Devices --
Monolithic semiconductor MOPAs: How the Watt was won -- Multi-wavelength vertical cavity laser arrays grown on a patterned backup substrate -- Polarization induced enhancement of relative intensity noise and modulation distortion of
vertical cavity surface emitting lasers -- InP based multiple quantum well lasers with an integrated tapered beam expander waveguide -- Optimal design of combined distributed-feedback/Fabry-Perot structures for vertical cavity surface
emitting semiconductor lasers -- Transmission-line modeling of multi-section DFB lasers -- Analysis of gain coupled DFB semiconductor lasers with absorption grating -- Linewidth reduction by the formation of a fiber external cavity
with the vertical emission of a distributed Bragg reflector laser -- Distributed feedback lasers for diode laser gas sensing -- Modeling of optical gain due to excitonic transitions in index-guided ZnCdSe/ZnMgSSe multiple quantum well
blue-green lasers -- Low threshold current density wavelength shifting between N=1 and N=2 transitions in n-type modulation doped GaAs/AlGaAs quantum well lasers -- Switches and Coupling Devices -- High-speed photonic waveguide switch
arrays and optical amplifier gates in InGaAsP/InP for communications applications -- Analysis of N × M waveguide splitters and couplers with multimode guiding sections -- Wavelength-flattened three core optical coupler power splitters
in ion-exchanged glass -- Single-band and multi-band optical waveguide wavelength filters using ion-exchange process -- Synthesis of optical interconnects and logic gates -- Modelling of a versatile all-optical Mach-Zehnder switch -- A
guide/antiguide structure for implementing self-imaging waveguide beamsplitters -- Strained-layer superlattices for polarization-insensitive integrated waveguide applications -- Power coupling efficiency for electro-optic directional
coupler switch -- Design optimization and fabrication of a widened X-branch demultiplexer by ion-exchange in glass -- Modulators -- Recent progress in the development of traveling wave LiNbO3 modulators -- Integrated magnetooptic Bragg
cell modules and applications -- High-speed wideband integrated magneto-optic frequency shifter and modulator -- GaAs VLSI-compatible OEIC technology: Design for a quantum well n-i-p-i phase modulator -- Design and analysis of
surface-normal Fabry-Perot optical modulators in the near infrared (InGaAs/GaAs) and blue-green (ZnCdSe/ZnMgSSe) regions -- Optical phase modulation of a quantum well-dielectric slab waveguide -- Characterization of optical modulators
for application in lightwave links at CERN -- Periodic Structures -- Periodic waveguide structures: 101 varieties! -- Waveguide grating router components for WDM networks -- Distributed feedback channel dropping filters -- Periodically
segmented waveguides -- Guided wave deflectors using gratings with slowly-varying groove depth for beam shaping -- Waveguide coupling gratings: Attractive features and dangerous pitfalls -- Integrated-optic displacement sensor using a
pair of grating couplers -- Rigorous guided-wave solutions for planar grating structures -- Nonlinear Techniques -- Cascading: Modelling a new route to large optical nonlinearities and all-optical devices -- Nonlinear phase-shifts by
cascading in the ?erenkov regime -- Ultrashort pulse propagation in nonlinear planar optical waveguides -- ?/4-shifted nonlinear periodic structure: Theory of low-intensity switching -- Frequency conversion in Ti:LiNbO3 channel
waveguides -- Spatial solitons in superlattice with near resonant nonlinearity -- Numerical Methods -- Computer-aided analysis and design in guided-wave optoelectronics -- Parallel-processing finite-difference beam propagation methods
-- An explicit and stable finite difference BPM for applications to device analysis and design -- An OEIC CAD system for passive and active planar waveguide circuits -- Finite element solution of nonlinear optical waveguides --
Photonic Bandgaps and Resonances -- Highly efficient light-emitting diodes with microcavities -- Wide stop band optical filters from photonic band gap air bridges -- Applications and characterization of a new face-centered-cubic
photonic crystal -- Microparticle photonics: Fiber optic excitation of MDRs
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Keywords: Physics , Acoustics , Optics , Electrodynamics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Complexity, Computational , Electrical engineering , Physics , Optics and Electrodynamics , Communications Engineering, Networks , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Acoustics , Electrical Engineering , Complexity
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Title:Supercollider 2
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Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (840 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-3728-1
Contents:1. Worldwide Experience and Challenges -- Past and Future of the U.S./Japan Cooperation in High Energy Physics -- Accelerator Projects in the USA -- 2. Accelerators -- Studies of Cold Protection Diodes -- Numerical Studies of the SSC
Injection Process: Long Term Tracking -- Application of the SSCTRK Numerical Simulation Program to the Evaluation of the SSC Magnet Aperture -- Collider Ring Particle Loss Tracking with SSCTRK -- Low Energy Booster Resonant Power
Supply System -- The SSC Collider Ring Correction Magnet System -- Early Instrumentation Projects at the SSC -- 3. Computers/Controls -- Versatile Computer Program for Solenoid Design and Analysis -- Trends in Data Acquisition
Instrumentation -- The Magnet Components Database System -- Computing Requirements for the SSC Magnet Test Laboratory -- Real-Time Data Acquisition and Computation for the SSC Using Optical and Electronic Technologies -- 4.
Conventional Construction -- Scheduling the SSC Construction -- Super Collider Egress Spacing and Life Safety -- 5. Cryogenics -- A Refrigeration Plant Concept for the SSC -- Transverse Cooling SSC Magnets -- The Cryogenic System for
the SSC Magnet Test Laboratory -- A Dynamic Model for Helium Core Heat Exchangers -- Simulation of the SSC Refrigeration System Using the ASPEN/SP Process Simulator -- 6. Detectors I -- Cad Tools for Detector Design -- A Projective
Geometry Lead Fiber Scintillator Detector -- A High Resolution Barium Fluoride Calorimeter -- Fast Liquid Scintillators Based on Organic Dye-Polymer Conjugates -- A Detector for Bottom Physics at the SSC -- Superconducting Air Core
Toroids for Precision Muon Measurements at the SSC -- R and D Programme In Switzerland for Future Detectors -- 7. Materials and Magnets I -- NBTI Superconductors with Artificial Pinning Structures -- Recent Development of SSC Cable in
Furukawa -- A New Device for Production Measurements of Field Integral and Field Direction of SC Dipole Magnets -- An “In House” Cabling Facility -- Conceptual Design for the SSC High Energy Booster -- Self-Propelled In-Tube Shuttle
and Control System for Automated Measurements of Magnetic Field Alignment -- Correction of Magnetization Sextupole in One-Meter Long Dipole Magnets Using Passive Superconductor -- Electrical Insulation Requirements and Test Procedures
for SSC Dipole Magnets -- Multiple Coil Pulsed Magnetic Resonance Method for Measuring Cold SSC Dipole Magnet Field Quality -- 8. Systems and Controls -- Overview of Fermi Natonal Accelerator Lab Control System -- A Suggestion for
Extension of Magnet Cryogenics into Acquisition and Computation Electronics and Photonics -- 9. Poster Sessions -- The SSC Superconducting Air Core Toroid Design Development -- Zeus Magnet Tests -- Manufacture of 10 T Twin Aperture
Superconducting Dipole Model for LHC Project -- Analysis of Collar, Yoke and Skin Interaction for the Mechanical Support of Superconducting Coils -- SSC Dipole Magnet Measurement and Alignment Using Laser Technology -- SSC 40mm Short
Model Construction Experience -- Process Control Oriented Quench Analysis of A SSC Magnet -- Bulk Modulus Capacitor Load Cells -- Radiation Effects on Integrated Circuits Used in High Energy Research -- Sensor Array for
Characterization of Magnetic Fields in Cold Bore Dipole SSC Magnets -- The LSU Electron Storage Ring, The First Commercially-Built Storage Ring -- 10. Program Schedules and Challenges -- Project Organizations and Schedules -- 11.
Materials and Conductors II -- Superconducting Cable for HERA -- Design of Multifilamentary Strand for Superconducting Super Collider Applications—Reduction of Magnetizations Due to Proximity Effect and Persistent Current --
Development of NbTi Superconducting Cable for the SSC by Sumitomo Electric Industries -- A Status Report on the Development of Inner and Outer Conductors for the SSC Dipole and Quadrupole Magnets -- Evaluation of SSC Cable Produced for
the Model Dipole Program during 1989 and through February, 1990 -- Current Developments of the Cu/Nb-Ti Superconducting Cables for SSC in Hitachi Cable, LTD. -- Development and Large Scale Production of NbTi and Nb3Sn Conductors for
Beam Line and Detector Magnets -- Tests of DC Cable-in-Conduit Superconductors for Large Detector Magnets -- 12. Detectors II -- Monolithic JFET Preamplifier for Ionization Chamber Calorimeters -- Rad-Hard Electronics Development
Program for SSC Liquid-Argon Calorimeters -- Performance Measurements of Hybrid Pin Diode Arrays -- A Straw-Tube Tracking System for the SSC -- A Straw Tube Design Suitable for Mass Production -- 13. Education -- Building Blocks of the
Universe -- Educational Opportunities from the SSC -- 14. Magnets II -- An Automated Coil Winding Machine for the SSC Dipole Magnets -- Experimental Evaluation of Vertically Versus Horizontally Split Yokes for SSC Dipole Magnets --
Summary of Construction Details and Test Performance of Recent Series of 1.8 Meter SSC Dipoles at BNL -- Investigation of the Mechanical Properties of Superconducting Coils -- Development of High Manganese Non-Magnetic Steel for SSC
Dipole Superconducting Magnet Collar -- 15. Technology Transfer -- Industrial Participation in Tristan Project at KEK, Japan -- Possible SSC Dipole Design/Manufacturing Improvements Based on HERA Experience -- Technology Transfer -
Past, Present and Future -- Attendees -- Author Index
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Title:Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Symposium, July 14–6, 1986
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Date:1987
Size:1 online resource (692 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-5320-1
Contents:A History of Acoustical Imaging -- Tomography and Image Reconstruction -- Diffraction Tomography with Multiple Scattering -- Arced Backprojection with an Efficient Computation for Ultrasound Reflection Mode Tomography -- Passive
Imaging Through Media with Distributed Inhomogeneities Using an Extension of the Phase Closure Technique -- Computation Simplification for High-Speed Acoustical Image Reconstruction -- A Frequency Diversity Method of Reducing Speckle
in Wideband Ultrasound Images -- Ultrasonic Phase Tomography for Medical Applications -- Tissue Characterization -- Improved Tissue Characterization Using Scattering Images -- Transient Acoustic Scattering in Dispersive Soft Tissue --
Estimation of Acoustic Attenuation in Diffuse Liver Disease: Can it Be Done With the Zero-Crossing Technique? -- Transducers and Arrays -- Calculation of Transient Radiation Fields from Axial Symmetric Sources -- Pulsed PVDF Transducer
Fields — Comparison of Theory and Experiment -- A New Technique for Characterizing Ultrasonic Transducers in Inhomogeneous Media -- Development of an Electromagnetic Acoustic Transducer for Inspecting the Wall Thickness of Offshore
Risers from the Inside -- Transducer Array for Ultrasound Holographic B-Scan Imaging -- Image and Signal Processing -- Accurate Reconstruction of Flaws in Materials Using a Synthetic Aperture Ultrasonic Imaging System -- Parametric
Approach on Field Propagation -- Performance of Fast Inverse Scattering Solutions for the Exact Helmholtz Equation Using Multiple Frequencies and Limited Views -- An ECG-Gated Colour Doppler Imaging System for Determination of Coronary
Bypass Graft Patency -- A Two-Dimensional PVDF Transducer Matrix as a Receiver in an Ultrasonic Transmission Camera -- A New Digital Scan Processor for Ultrasonic Imaging -- Direct Imaging -- A Real-Time Imaging System for
Non-Destructive Evaluation -- Implementation of a Real-Time Ultrasonic SAFT System for Inspection of Nuclear Reactor Components -- Flaw Identification in ALOK Imaging System -- A New Surface Acoustic Wave Imaging Technique --
Acoustical Imaging Techniques — Theoretical and Experimental Results -- A Flow Imaging and CW Spectral Analysis System -- Multidimensional Ultrasonic Heart Imaging -- Tomography -- Optimal Incident Angles in Scanning Tomographic
Microscopy -- Ultrasonic Reflection Tomography with a Transmitter — Receiver System -- Speckle in Ultrasound Computerized Reflection Mode Tomography -- Analysis of Inverse Scattering Solutions from Single Frequency, Combined
Transmission and Reflection Data for the Helmoholtz and Riccati Exact Wave Equations -- Attempt to Include Refraction in an Ultrasonic Tomography Algorithm -- Acoustical Microscopy -- Back-Projection Algorithms for a
Computer-Controlled Scaning Laser Acoustic Microscope -- Directional Acoustic Microscope with Electrical Reference Signals -- Focal Plane Detection in Acoustical Imaging -- Progress Toward a Practical 100 MHz Scanning Laser Tomographic
Acoustic Microscope -- Thermoacoustic Imaging Using a Laser Probe -- A High Performance Acoustic Microscope — Technical Aspects and Selected Applications -- Subsurface Imaging in Acoustic Microscopy -- Poster Session -- Relation
Between Spatial Frequency Sampling Window and Lateral Resolution in Backward Propagation Acoustical Imaging -- Applications of Digital Image Enhancement Techniques to the Ultrasonic NDE of Composite Materials -- Some Problems and
Experimental Results of Seismic Shallow Prospecting -- A Modified Sum Focussing Approach to Ultrasonic Speckle Reduction -- Dereverberation Techniques -- Polarity-Sensitive Detection of Pulsed Ultrasound Signals -- Ultrasonic Defects
Visualization in a Metal Block -- Generalized Holography as an Improved Version of Conventional Acoustical Holography -- Joint Fourier Transform Cross-Correlation for Liver Echotexture Classification -- A Two-Element Annular Array of
Short Fixed Focal Length for Dynamic Focussing -- Acoustic Imaging of Solid Objects in Air Using a Small Set of Transducers: III Experimental Demonstration -- Other Imaging Techniques -- A Broadband — Holography Imaging System for
Nondestructive Evaluation -- Efficient Acoustical Holography and Phase Imaging with High Resolution at 3.6 MHz Using a Liquid Crystal Converter -- NDE in Multilayers: Theory, Computer Simulation and Experiments -- Underwater Acoustic
Imaging -- Synthetic Aperture Sonar for Sub-Bottom Imaging -- Vertical Seismic Profiling Depth Migration of A Salt Dome Flank — A Summary -- A Sensor-Efficient Algorithm for Array Processing -- Acoustical Imaging and Point Processes --
High-Resolution Acoustical Image Reconstruction Algorithm for Finite-Size Objects: The Cascade Form -- Underwater Acoustical Holographic Imaging by a Square Array System -- Imaging the Nearfield of a Submerged Plate Using Acoustical
Holography -- Participants -- Author index
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Title:Thin Film Device Applications
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Date:1983
Size:1 online resource (300 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-3682-2
Contents:1. Thin Film Technology. An Introduction -- 1.1. Why Thin Films? -- 1.2. Thin Film Growth Process -- 1.3. Vapor Deposition Techniques -- 1.4. Solution Deposition Techniques -- 1.5. Thick Film Deposition Techniques -- 1.6. Monitoring
and Analytical Techniques -- 1.7. Microfabrication Techniques -- 2. Thin Films In Optics -- 2.1. Optics of Thin Films -- 2.2. Antireflection Coatings (AR Coatings) -- 2.3. Reflection Coatings -- 2.4. Interference Filters -- 2.5. Thin
Film Polarizers -- 2.6. Beam Splitters -- 2.7. Integrated Optics -- 3. Optoelectronic Applications -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Photon Detectors -- 3.3. Photovoltaic Devices -- 3.4. Applications in Imaging -- 3.5. Electrophotography
(Xerography and Electrofax) -- 3.6. Thin Film Displays -- 3.7. Information Storage Devices -- 3.8. Amorphous Silicon-Based Devices -- 4. Microelectronic Applications -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Thin Film Passive Components -- 4.3.
Thin Film Active Components -- 4.4. Thin Film Integrated Circuits -- 4.5. Microwave Integrated Circuits (MICs) -- 4.6. Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) Devices -- 4.7. Charge-Coupled Devices (CCDs) -- 4.8. Thin Film Strain Gauges -- 4.9.
Gas Sensors -- 5. Magnetic Thin Film Devices -- 5.1. Magnetic Thin Films -- 5.2. Applications -- 6. Quantum Engineering Applications -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Basic Concepts -- 6.3. Superconductivity in Thin Films -- 6.4. S-N
Transition Devices -- 6.5. Superconductive Tunneling Devices -- 6.6. Miscellaneous Applications -- 7. Thermal Devices -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. Thermal Detectors -- 7.3. Thermal Imaging Applications -- 7.4. Photothermal Conversion
-- 8. Surface Engineering Applications -- 8.1. Introduction -- 8.2. Surface Passivation Applications -- 8.3. Tribological Applications -- 8.4. Decorative Applications -- 8.5. Miscellaneous Applications -- References
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Title:Short-Term Bioassays in the Analysis of Complex Environmental Mixtures III
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Date:1983
Size:1 online resource (589p p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-3611-2
Contents:Session 1: Collection And Preparation of Environmental Samples for Bioassays -- Some Aspects of Mutagenicity Testing of the Particulate Phase and the Gas Phase of Diluted and Undiluted Automobile Exhaust* -- Source Assessment Sampling
System (SASS) Versus Dilution Tunnel Sampling* -- Preparation of Hazardous and Complex Samples for Ecological Testing* -- Sample Collection and Preparation Methods Affecting Mutagenicity and Cytotoxicity of Coal Fly Ash* -- The Use of
Short-Term Bioassays to Monitor the Environmental Impact of Land Treatment of Hazardous Wastes* -- Mutagenicity Testing of Complex Mixtures Derived from Human Body Fluids* -- Evaluation by the Tradescantia Micronucleus test of the
Mutagenicity of Internal Combustion Engine Exhaust Fumes from Diesel and Diesel-Soybean Oil Mixed Fuels+ -- Session 2: Application of Bioassays to the Characterization of Hazardous Components -- Microbial Assays in Research and in the
Characterization of Complex Mixtures* -- Fractionation of an Oil Shale Retort Process Water: Isolation of Photoactive Genotoxic Components* -- The Integration of Bioassay and Physiochemical Information for Complex Mixtures* -- Session
3: Development of Short-Term Bioassays: Mutagenicity and Cytotoxicity -- Isolation of Mutagens from Drinking Water: Something Old, Something New* -- Mutagenicity Testing of Complex Environmental Mixtures with Chinese Hamster Ovary
Cells* -- Bioassays of Oil Shale Process Waters in Paramecium and Salmonella* -- A Search for the Identity of Genotoxic Agents in the Ambient Air Using the Tradescantia Bioassay* -- Relationship(s) Between Mutation and Cytotoxicity
Induced InVitro* -- The Mouse Oocyte Toxicity Assay* -- Application of Bovine Macrophage Bioassays in the Analysis of Toxic Agents in Complex Environmental Mixtures* -- Determination of Direct-Acting Mutagens and Clastogens in Oil
Shale Retort Process Water* -- Unscheduled DNA Synthesis in Hamster Tracheal Epithelium Exposed InVitro to Chemical Carcinogens and Environmental Pollutants+ -- InVitro Mutagenicity Testing of Ohio Coal-Derived Materials+ -- Presence
of Various Types of Mutagenic Impurities in Carbon Black Detected by the Salmonella Assay+ -- Session 4: Development of Short-Term Bioassays: Carcinogenicity -- Criterion Development for the Application of BALB/c-3T3 Cells to Routine
Testing for Chemical Carcinogenic Potential* -- A Quantitative, Clonal Assay for Carcinogen-Induced Alterations of Respiratory Epithelial Cells in Culture* -- Recent Experience with the Strain A Mouse Pulmonary Tumor Bioassay Model* --
Integrated Chemical and Biological Analysis of Asphalt and Pitch Fumes* -- Mouse Skin Carcinogenesis: Application to the Analysis of Complex Mixtures* -- Session 5: Development of Short-Term Bioassays: Teratology -- Frog Embryo
Teratogenesis Assay: Xenoplus (FETAX) -- A Short-Term Assay Applicable to Complex Environmental Mixtures* -- Human Serum Teratogenicity Studies Using In Vitro Cultures of Rat Embryos* -- A Teratology Test System which Utilizes
Postnatal Growth and Visibility in the Mouse* -- Session 6: Integrated Assessment -- Mutagenicity of Pulp and Paper Mill Effluent: A Comprehensive Study of Complex Mixtures* -- Evaluation in Man and Animals of Tests for the Detection
of Population Exposures to Genotoxic Chemicals* -- Biological Activity of Air Particulate Extracts (APE) in Short-Term Tests* -- On the Use of Relative Toxicity for Risk Estimation* -- Passive Smoking and Urban Air Pollution:
Salmonella/Microsome Mutagenicity Assay of Simultaneously Collected Indoor and Outdoor Particulate Matter* -- Environmental Aromatic Nitro Compounds and Their Bacterial Detoxification* -- Application of Mutagenicity Tests for Detection
and Source Assessment of Genotoxic Agents in the Rubber Work Atmosphere* -- Mutagens in Airborne Particulate Pollutants and Nitro Derivatives Produced by Exposure of Aromatic Compounds to Gaseous Pollutants* -- *Invited paper
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Title:Fiber-Optic Rotation Sensors and Related Technologies Proceedings of the First International Conference MIT, Cambridge, Mass., USA, November 9–11, 1981
Author(s):
Date:1982
Size:1 online resource (442 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-540-39490-7
Contents:Fiber-Optic Rotation Sensors Tutorial Review -- Fiber-Optic Rotation Sensors Bibliography -- Theoretical Basis of Sagnac Effect in Fiber Gyroscopes -- Polarization and Depolarization in the Fiber-Optic Gyroscope -- Polarization
Problems in Optical Fiber Gyroscopes -- Scattering Matrix Analysis on the Use of a Wide-Band Laser Source in a Passive Fiber Rate Sensor -- Numerical Modeling of Dual Polarization Interferometric Gyros and Sensors -- Reciprocity
Properties of a Branching Waveguide -- Multimode Fiber Gyroscopes -- Integrated Optics -- Progress on Integrated Optic Waveguide Devices for Fiber Gyro Applications -- Guided-Wave Electrooptic Modulators -- Single Mode Fiber Optic
Components -- Coupling and Multiplexing Between Single Mode Optical Fibers -- Polarization Preserving Single Mode Fiber Optic Coupler -- High Kilohertz Frequency Fiber Optic Phase Modulators -- Polarization Control for an Optical Fiber
Gyroscope -- Polarization-Maintaining Fibers -- Elliptically Cored Polarization Holding Fiber -- Fabrication and Properties of Low Birefringence Spun Fibers -- Attempt to Draw a Circular Polarization Conserving Fiber -- The
Characterization of Polarization-Holding in Birefringent Single-Mode Fibers -- Polarization Properties of Monomode Optical Fibres: The Use of P.O.T.D.R. to Determine Spatial Distributions -- Induced Circular Birefringence and
Ellipticity Measurement in a Faraday Effect Fiber Ring Interferometer -- Single Longitudinal Mode Modified CSP Injection Laser for Single-Mode Optical Fiber -- The Temporal Coherence of Various Semiconductor Light Sources Used in
Optical Fibre Sensors -- Noise in Diode Lasers -- All Single Mode Fiber Optic Gyroscope -- Digital Fiber Optic Rate Sensor Development -- Fiberoptic Rotation Sensor: Analysis of Effects Limiting Sensitivity and Accuracy --
Investigations on a Fiber Gyro for Heading Reference Applications -- Dual Polarization Gyro -- A Fiber Gyroscope Based on a Two Frequency Zeeman Laser -- Closed Loop, High Sensitivity Fiberoptic Gyroscope -- Compact Fiber-Optic Gyro --
Fiberoptic Gyro Using Magneto-Optic Phase Nulling Feedback -- Heterodyne Fibre Gyro With Complete Reciprocity -- Optical Fiber Laser Gyro: Homodyne and Heterodyne Detections -- Intensity Dependent Nonreciprocal Phase Shift in a
Fiberoptic Gyroscope -- Fibre Gyro Performance in the Presence of External Magnetic Fields -- A Nonreciprocal Optical Effect in Optical Gyroscopes -- Analysis of Noise in Phase Detection in a Fiber Optic Rate Sensor -- Re-Entrant Fiber
Optic Rotation Sensors -- Forced Reciprocity Using Phase Conjugation -- Large Enhancement of the Sagnac Effect in a Nonlinear Ring Resonator and Related Effects -- Synchronous Fiber-Optic Gravitational Telescopes -- Geometrical Fiber
Configuration for Isolators and Magnetometers -- Fiber Optic Strain Sensors -- Fiber Optic Sonar Sensor -- Fiber Optic Accelerometer -- An Affair to Remember -- Inertial System Market Potential -- Index of Contributors
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Keywords: Physics , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Electronics , Microelectronics , Electrical engineering , Physics , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Communications Engineering, Networks , Electronics and Microelectronics, Instrumentation
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Title:Fiber Optics Advances in Research and Development
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Date:1979
Size:1 online resource (693 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-3492-7
Contents:Section I: Fiber Materials and Processing -- Vapor Phase Materials and Processes for Glass Optical Waveguides -- Fiber Drawing Process: Characterization and Control -- Analytical Techniques for the Prediction of the Fiber Forming
Process -- An Overview of Optical Waveguide Coatings -- Infrared Fiber Optical Materials -- Fabrication of Silver Halide Fibers by Extrusion -- Section II: Strengthening of Fibers -- High Strength Furnace-Drawn Optical Fibers -- High
Strength CVD Fibers -- Strengthening of Optical Fibers by Molecular Stuffing -- Effect of Zero Stress Aging on the Strength of Optical Fibers -- Fracture Surface Analysis of Optical Fibers -- Section III: Optical Phenomena and
Characterization -- Nonlinear Effects in Optical Fibers: Application to the Fabrication of Active and Passive Devices -- Forward and Backward Stimulated Raman Scattering in a Multimode Fiber -- Fiber Parameter Studies with the OTDR --
Refractive Index Modulation in Optical Fibers Fabricated by the Vapor Oxidation Process -- Section IV: Propagation Theory -- Propagating Fields in Graded Index Optical Fibers -- Modes of Weakly Guiding Fibers by an Integral
Representation Technique -- Propagation of Nonlinear Optical Pulses in Fibers -- Solitons in the Theory of Guided Lightwaves -- Section V: Radiation Effects -- Radiation-Induced Optical Absorption Spectra of Fiber Optic Waveguides in
the 0.4–1.7 ? Region -- Optical Absorption Spectra of Neutron Irradiated Optical Fibers in the 0.7–1.1 ?m Region -- Neutron- and Gamma-Induced Transient Effects in Optical Fibers -- Section VI: Switching and Coupling -- Bistable
Optical Devices: An Overview -- Multimode 3X2 Fiber-Optical Matrix Switch -- Ultrafast Optically Activated Switching in Semiconducting Materials -- Fiber Connectors, Splices and Couplers -- Access Couplers for Single Strand Systems --
Section VII: Components and Systems -- Fiber Optic System Design and Component Selection -- Light Wave Transmission Systems for Telecommunication Application -- Semiconductor Light Sources for Fiber Optical Communication -- Section
VIII: Novel Applications -- Novel Applications of Fiber Optics -- Utilization of Optical Fibers in Remote Inelastic Light Scattering Probes -- Optical Fiber Acoustic Sensors -- Optical Fiber Acoustic Sensor
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Title:Human Evoked Potentials Applications and Problems
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Date:1979
Size:1 online resource (498 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-3483-5
Contents:Auditory, Somatosensory and Visual Evoked Potentials in the Diagnosis of Neuropathology: Recording Considerations and Normative Data -- Adaptation Effects in the Transient Visual Evoked Potential -- Linguistic Meaning-Related
Differences in ERP Scalp Topography -- Application of Somatosensory Event Related Potentials to Experimental Pain and the Pharmacology of Analgesia -- Hemispheric Differences in Evoked Potentials to Relevant and Irrelevant Visual
Stimuli -- A System Transfer Function for Visual Evoked Potentials -- Somatosensory Evoked Potentials in Man: Maturation, Cognitive Parameters and Clinical Uses in Neurological Disorders -- Event Related Potential Investigations in
Children at High Risk for Schizophrenia -- Late Positive Component (LPC) and CNV During Processing of Linguistic Information -- The Macular and Paramacular Subcomponents of the Pattern Evoked Response -- The Effects of Methylphenidate
Dosage on the Visual Event Related Potential of Hyperactive Children -- Evoked Potential Indicants of Size- and Orientation-Specific Information Processing: Feature-Specific Sensory Channels and Attention -- Maturation and Task
Specificity of Cortical Potentials Associated with visual Scanning -- Multichannel Mapping of Spatial Distributions of Scalp Potential Fields Evoked by Checkerboard Reversal to Different Retinal Areas -- Spontaneous and Evoked Cerebral
Electrical Activity and Localization of Language Function in Children with Minimal Cerebral Dysfunction -- Hemisphere Differences in Event Related Potentials and CNVs Associated with Monaural Stimuli and Lateralized Motor Responses --
Different Variants of Endogenous Negative Brain Potentials in Performance Situations: A Review and Classification -- Event Related Potentials in Language and Non-Language Tasks in Patients with Alexia without Agraphia -- Spatial and
Temporal Distribution of Olfactory Evoked Potentials and Techniques Involved in Their Measurement -- Event Related Scalp Potentials During a Bimanual Choice R. T. Task: Topography and Interhemispheric Relations -- A Trial by Trial
Study of the Visual Omission Response in Reaction Time Situations -- Event Related Potential Research in Psychiatry -- Spatial Distributions of Sensory Evoked Potentials in Psychiatric Disorders -- Contrast Evoked Potentials and
Psychophysics in Multiple Sclerosis Patients -- Event Related Potentials in Development, Aging and Dementia -- Event Related Potential Assessment of Sensory and Cognitive Deficits in the Mentally Retarded -- Anatomical and
Physiological Origins of Auditory Brain Stem Responses (ABR) -- Color Evoked Potentials: Cortical and Subcortical Elements -- Abstracts -- Interactions Between Target and Masking Stimuli: Perceptual and Event Related Potential Effects
-- Cerebral Organization of Event Related Potentials Analyzed by Multidimensional Scaling Techniques -- Electrophysiological Indicators of Cognitive Deficits in Chronic Alcoholics and Geriatric Subjects -- GSR, AEP and CNV in Depressed
Patients and Healthy Controls -- Scalp-Recorded Visual Evoked Subcortical Potentials in Man -- Efficacy of the Scalp-Recorded Visually Evoked Potential in Demonstrating Misrouting of Optic Projections in Man -- Event Related Brain
Potentials in Response to Conscious and Non-Concious Stimuli: Hemispheric Specialization and the Effects of Attention -- Clinical Use of the ABR in an Infant Intensive Care Unit -- The Evoked Potential as a Measure of Brain
Dysfunction: -- Aging, Down’s Syndrome, Alcoholoism, Amytrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Renal Disease -- A New Test of Brain Function: Brain Stem Transmission Time (BTT) -- Equivocation in Prediction Versus No-Prediction Schedules:
Effects on ERSP Measures -- The Utility of ERPs in Determining Age-Related Differences -- Application of ERPs in the Study of Drug Use and Abuse in Man: A Close Look with More Sensitive Tasks and Measurement Techniques -- Auditory
Evoked Potentials and Psychophysical Parameters in Circadian Studies -- Effects of Methylphenidate on Hyperactive Children’s Evoked Responses During Passive and Active Attention -- Evoked Potentials in Senile Dementia --
Electrophysiological and Biochemical Studies in Autistic Children Treated with Vitamin B6 -- Visual Event Related Potentials of Pilots and Navigators -- Effects of Slow Cortical Potentials on Reaction Time -- Effect of Sound Pressure
Direction and Frequency Spectrum of Clicks on Brain Stem Responses in Children -- Relations Between Contingent Negative Variation and Behavior Under Psychoactive Drugs in Man -- Evoked Potential Abnormality and Disability in Brain
Damaged Patients: A Replication Study and Preliminary Findings in Relation to Outcome -- Electrocortical Manifestations of Complementary Hemispheric Specialization in an Expectancy Task -- The Effects of Optical Blur and Grating
Adaptation on Amplitude and Phase of Evoked Potentials -- Operant Evoked Potential Conditioning in Animal and Man -- Visual Evoked Potentials During Stimulus Discrimination Learning -- The Utilization of Evoked Potentials in
Psychopharmacology and Pharmacopsychiatry -- Discriminate Function Models of ERP Data in Hyperactive Children -- Auditory Evoked Potentials as Probes of Lateralized Information Processing in Adults and Infants -- Auditory Evoked
Potentials Indicate Attentive Dysfunctions in Hyperkinetic Adolescents -- Diminished CNV Rebound and Perseverative Attention Set in Older Subjects -- Late Components of the Auditory Evoked Response in Schizophrenics -- HAAR Transforms
of Event Related Potentials: Toward an Optimal Re-Expression of the Data -- Developmental Changes in ERP Preceding Movement: Relation to Variability and IQ -- Evoked Potentials in the Differential Diagnosis of Sensory and Neurologic
Impairment in Children -- Contributor Index -- Author Index
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Title:Spectral, Spatial, and Temporal Properties of Lasers
Author(s): A. M Ratner
Date:1972
Size:1 online resource (220 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-1926-9
Contents:Basic Notation -- I. Certain Information from Luminescence Theory -- § 1. Absorption and Luminescence Spectra of Impurity Luminophors -- § 2. Nonradiative Transitions Between Electronic Levels of an Impurity Atom -- § 3. Nonradiative
Energy Transfer Between Impurity Atoms -- Conclusions -- II. The Threshold and Output Power of a Laser -- § 4. The Effective Absorption Coefficient -- § 5. The Threshold Pumping Power -- § 6. The Output Radiation Power of a Laser --
Conclusions -- III. The Natural Oscillations of an Ideal Resonator (Linear Theory) -- § 7. The Oscillation Modes of a Closed Resonator -- § 8. The Modes of an Open Resonator -- Conclusions -- IV. The Transverse Structure of the
Electromagnetic Field in a Plane-Parallel Resonator -- § 9. The Equation for the Electromagnetic Field -- §10. The Field Distribution over a Cross Section Having the Shape of a Half-Plane -- § 11. The Intensity Distribution over a
Cross Section Having Finite Dimensions -- § 12. The Diffraction Losses -- § 13. The Range of Application of the Treatment. Comparison with Experiment -- Conclusions -- V. Longitudinal Structure of the Electromagnetic Field in a
Plane-Parallel Resonator -- § 14. The Longitudinal Mode of a Resonator Having an Infinite Cross Section -- § 15. The Number of Simultaneously Generated Longitudinal Modes -- § 16. The Electromagnetic Field in a Resonator Having a
Finite Cross Section -- §17. The Effective Absorption Coefficient -- Conclusions -- VI. A Laser with Concave Reflectors -- §18. The Equivalent Mechanical System -- § 19. Taking Account of the Active Medium -- §20. Cylindrical Mirrors
-- §21. Reflectors in the Shape of a Surface of Rotation -- § 22. The Spectral Composition of the Radiation -- § 23. The Transition to a Resonator with Plane Mirrors -- § 24. An Optical Resonator with Lenses -- Conclusions -- VII.
Relaxational Intensity Oscillations -- §25. The Kinetic Equations -- §26. The General Picture of Oscillations of Stimulated Emission -- §27. Oscillations Having a Large Amplitude -- §28. Damping of Oscillations and Their Amplitudes --
§29. Range of Applicability and Experimental Data -- §30. Self Oscillations -- Conclusions -- VIII. The Spectral Width of the Radiation -- § 31. The Spectral Composition of the Radiation -- § 32. The Effect of Kinetic Operation on the
Spectral Width of the Generation -- Conclusions -- IX. The Threshold Phenomena Related to Microinhomogeneity of the Active Medium -- § 33. Spectral Width of Radition from a Laser with an Inhomogeneously Broadened Luminescence Line. The
Basic Equations -- § 34. The Spectral-Broadening Threshold -- § 35. The Equation for the Intensity of the Polarization Components -- § 36. The Second Generation Threshold -- § 37. The Intensity of the Fundamental Component under
Conditions when the Second Component Cannot Be Generated -- § 38. The Degree of Polarization of the Radiation -- § 39. Comparison with Experimental Data -- Conclusions -- X. Active Q-Modulation -- § 40. Obtaining a Single Pulse by
Means of Rapid Q-Switching -- § 41. Equations for Light Energy in a Resonator with Modulated Q -- § 42. Shape of the Intensity Peak -- § 43. Effect of a Finite Q-Switching Rate and Pump Nonuniformity on the Shape of the Peak -- § 44.
Stimulated Intensity Oscillations -- Conclusions -- XI. Passive Q-Modulation -- § 45. The Mechanism of Passive Q-Modulation -- § 46. The Equation for a Passive Optical Shutter -- § 47. A Passive Shutter Open Either Negligibly or
Completely -- § 48. Various Operating Modes of a Laser with a Passive Shutter -- Conclusions -- XII. Mode Locking and Ultrashort Pulses -- § 49. The Electric Field of a Multimode Laser -- § 50. Forced Mode Locking -- § 51. Self Mode
Locking -- § 52. Pulse Velocity Inside the Cavity -- Conclusions -- References
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Title:Eclipse Phenomena in Astronomy
Author(s): F Link
Date:1969
Size:1 online resource (272 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-86475-9
Contents:1. Lunar Eclipses -- 1.1. Introduction to Lunar Eclipses -- 1.2. Photometrical Theory of the Umbra -- 1.3. Photometry of Lunar Eclipses -- 1.4. Lunar Luminescence -- 1.5. Increase of the Shadow -- 1.6. Thermal Phenomena during Lunar
Eclipses -- 2. Eclipses of Artificial Earth Satellites -- 2.1. Preliminary Remarks -- 2.2. General Conditions of Visibility -- 2.3. Ephemeris of the Eclipse -- 2.4. Photometrical Theory of the Shadow -- 2.5. General Transmission
Coefficient -- 2.6. Simplified Presentation of the Eclipse Theory -- 2.7. Eclipse Observed from the Satellite -- 2.8. Secondary Illuminations -- 2.9. Fesenkov’s Treatment of the Eclipse Problem -- 2.10. Observing Methods Used for
Passive Satellites -- 2.11. Work at the Naval Ordnance Test Station, China Lake, California -- 2.12. Work at Ondfejov Observatory on Echo-2 Eclipses -- 2.13. Work at Valensole Station -- 2.14. Active Satellites of SR Series -- 2.15.
Eclipses of the Satellite SR-I -- 2.16. Work of Arcetri Group -- 2.17. Work of Slough Group -- 3. Twilight Phenomena -- 3.1. Different Components of the Twilight -- 3.2. Night Light Correction -- 3.3. Illumination of the Upper
Atmosphere -- 3.4. Fundamental Problems of Twilight Phenomena -- 4. Occultations and Eclipses by Other Planets -- 4.1. General Remarks -- 4.2. Dioptrics of the Thin Planetary Atmosphere -- 4.3. Planetary Atmosphere from the Refraction
Standpoint -- 4.4. Basic Equations for the Far Occultation -- 4.5. Theoretical Course of a Far Occultation -- 4.6. Occultation of Regulus by Venus, July 7, 1959 -- 4.7. Occultation of ? Arietis by Jupiter, November 20, 1952 -- 4.8.
Near Occultation by the Planet -- 4.9. Eclipses of Phobos -- 4.10. Reduction of Eclipse Curves of Jovian Satellites -- 4.11. Eropkin’s Eclipse Curves of Jovian Satellites -- 4.12. Frost Phenomena on Jovian Satellites during Their
Eclipses -- 4.13. Terrestrial Occultation Observed from the Moon -- 5. Transits of Planets over the Sun -- 5.1. Introductory Remarks -- 5.2. Refraction in the Planetary Atmosphere -- 5.3. Refraction Image of the Sun -- 5.4. Discussion
of Past Transits -- 5.5. Simplified Discussion of the Transit Phenomena -- 5.6. Lomonosov’s Phenomenon -- 5.7. Extension of the Cusps of Venus -- 5.8. Explanations of the Cusps Extension -- 5.9. Edson’s Work on Cusps Extension -- 5.10.
New Investigations on Cusps Extension -- 6. Eclipse Phenomena in Radio Astronomy -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Occultation Scene -- 6.3. Occultations of Radio Sources by the Moon -- 6.4. Numerical Example -- 6.5. Occultation of Radio
Source by Solar Corona -- 6.6. Modification of Light Intensity -- 6.7. Observations of Coronal Occultations -- 6.8. Occultation of the Mariner-IV Space Probe by Mars -- 6.9. Further Implications of the Mariner-IV Mission -- 6.10.
Occultation of the Mariner-V Space Probe by Venus -- 7. Einstein’s Deflection of Light -- 7.1. Einstein’s Deflection of Light -- 7.2. Dioptrics of Einstein’s Deflection -- 7.3. Photometry of Einstein’s Deflection -- 7.4. Other
Expression of Illumination -- 7.5. Illumination by Stellar Disk -- 7.6. Normalised Gravitational Occultation -- 7.7. Images of the Occulted Star -- 7.8. Tichov’s Investigations -- 7.9. Refsdal’s Investigation -- 7.10. Liebes’
Investigations -- 7.11. Consequences of Einstein’s Deflection in the Stellar Universe -- 7.12. Gravitational Passage or Occultation -- 7.13. History of Einstein’s Photometrical Effect
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