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ON THE STABILITY OF TWODIMENSIONAL DISCRETESYSTEMS  COMMENT
(ISI Web of Science, 1981)This correspondence shows that independent necessary conditions and sufficient conditions for the asymptotic stability of twodimensional discrete linear systems presented by Ahmed can be readily obtained from previous results. 
Deconvolution in real time of noisy signals
(IEE, 1982)This paper presents an analysis of the constrained least squares filter and a feedback structure is derived which shows the noise cancelling properties of the filter. Using an identification algorithm, it is shown how the ... 
Some New FIR Laser Lines of Optically Pumped 12CD2C12; Absorption Spectroscopy 12 CH3160H, 12CH3160D, and 12CH31, 12CH3Br, of Water and Acetonitrile
(IEEE, 1986)No abstract available. 
Automatic location of IC design errors using an ebeam system
(IEEE, 1988)The ADVICE system discussed is an enhanced CAD (computeraided design) linked Ebeam tester to locate automatically design errors on custom VLSI devices. The goal is met by building a set of procedures to drive the interactive ... 
A Note on the Convergence Analysis of LMS Adaptive Filters with Gaussian Data
(ISI Web of Science, 1988)Necessary and sufficient conditions fur the convergence of LMS adaptive filters with Gaussian data have been established by Horowitz and Senne [3], with the recent support of Feuer and Weinstein [4]. A feature of both ... 
Computercontrolled submillimeter Fourier spectrometer
(IEEE, 1989)A system for a submillimeter wave Fourier transform spectroscopy (FTS) has been automated for the measurement of the power absorption coefficient of liquids in the wavenumber range 10 400 cm?. The interferometer is ... 
Computercontrolled submillimeter Fourier spectrometer
(IEEE, 1989)AbstractA system for a submillimeter wave Fourier transform spectroscopy (FTS) has been automated for the measurement of the power absorption coefficient of liquids in the wavenumber range 10 400 cm?. The interferometer ... 
Mechanical load cell based on cavitycontrolled microwave oscillators
(IEEE, 1991)A device consisting of a rectangular resonator to which two oscillators are coupled at right angles to each other is described. The frequency of each oscillator is controlled by the cavity, and distortions caused by ... 
Highfrequency dielectric behavior of a ferroelectric liquid crystal near the smecticC*smecticA phase transition
(American Physical Society, 1992)The temperature and frequency dependence of the complex dielectric susceptibility of a ferroelectric liquid crystal (FLC) near the smecticC*smecticA phase transition has been calculated using the generalized Landau ... 
Effectiveeigenvalue approach to the nonlinear Langevin equation for the Brownian motion in a tilted periodic potential. II. Application to the ringlaser gyroscope
(American Physical Society, 1993)The effectiveeigenvalue method is used to obtain an approximate solution for the mean beatsignal spectrum for the ringlaser gyroscope in the presence of quantum noise. The accuracy of the effectiveeigenvalue method is ... 
Effectiveeigenvalue approach to the nonlinear Langevin equation for the Brownian motion in a tilted periodic potential: Application to the Josephson tunneling junction
(American Physical Society, 1993)The effectiveeigenvalue method is used for a calculation of the impedance of the Josephson tunneling junction for an externally applied smallsignal alternating current in the presence of noise. The accuracy of the method ... 
On the internal field correction in far ]infrared absorption of highly polar molecules in neat liquids and dilute solutions
(American Institute of Physics, 1993)Farinfrared absorption spectra for liquid acetone, methylene chloride, acetonitrile, methyl iodide, and their dilute solutions in cyclohexane at 20?C are measured by molecular laser spectrometer. Measurements of dielectric ... 
Rotational Brownian motion and dielectric relaxation of polar molecules subjected to a constant bias field: Exact solution
(American Physical Society, 1994)The longitudinal and transverse components of the complex dielectric susceptibility tensor and dielectric correlation times are calculated exactly for a system of noninteracting polar molecules placed in a constant external ... 
Detection and interpolation of replacement noise in motion picture sequences using 3D autoregressive modelling
(IEEE, 1994)Perhaps the most common distortion in degraded film or video material is the occurrence of blotches of varying colour randomly dispersed in each frame. The blotches are caused by the abrasion of the film or collection of ... 
Exact analytic formula for the correlation time of a singledomain ferromagnetic particle
(American Physical Society, 1994)Exact solutions for the longitudinal relaxation time T and the complex susceptibility ?(?) of a thermally agitated singledomain ferromagnetic particle are presented for the simple uniaxial potential of the crystalline ... 
Dielectric study of the electroclinic effect in the smecticA phase
(American Physical Society, 1994)The dielectric properties of a smecticA liquid crystal in the presence of a dc bias field are studied in the frequency range 100 Hz?1 MHz. It is shown that near the smecticA?smecticC* phase transition the relaxation ... 
Watermarking digital images for copyright protection
(IEE, 1995)A watermark is all invisible mark placed on an image that can only be detected when the image is compared with the original. This mark is designed to identify both the source of a document as well as its intended recipient. ... 
Contribution of particle inertial effects to resonance in ferrofluids
(American Physical Society, 1995)The effect of the moment of inertia of single domain ferromagnetic particles on the frequencydependent complex susceptibility ?(?)=??(?)i???(?) of ferrofluids is reported. It is demonstrated that particle inertial effects ... 
Effect of an oblique magnetic field on the superparamagnetic relaxation time
(American Physical Society, 1995)The effect of a constant magnetic field, applied at an angle to the easy axis of magnetization, on the Neel relaxation time of a single domain ferromagnetic particle (with uniaxial anisotropy) is studied by calculating the ... 
Constantmagneticfield effect in Neel relaxation of singledomain ferromagnetic particles
(1995)The relaxation behavior of an assembly of noninteracting singledomain ferromagnetic particles in the presence of a constant magnetic field is studied by solving the corresponding FokkerPlanck equation. The analysis is ...