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21 Takeno, Shozo Dynamical Problems in Soliton Systems I02617 1985 eBook  
22 Kock, Winston E Engineering Applications of Lasers and Holography I02562 1975 eBook  
23 Gu??nault, A. M Statistical Physics I02425 1988 eBook  
24 Newell, G. F Applications of Queueing Theory I02197 1982 eBook  
25 Ferbel, Thomas Techniques and Concepts of High-Energy Physics I01885 1981 eBook  
26 Beard, Robert Eric Risk Theory I01812 1977 eBook  
27 Klir, George J Applied General Systems Research I01792 1978 eBook  
28 Biberman, Lucien M Photoelectronic Imaging Devices I01733 1971 eBook  
29 Wilkinson, A. W Investigation of Brain Function I01670 1981 eBook  
30 Speiser, David Particle Interactions at Very High Energies I01465 1974 eBook  
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TitleDynamical Problems in Soliton Systems : Proceedings of the Seventh Kyoto Summer Institute, Kyoto, Japan, August 27???31, 1984
Author(s)Takeno, Shozo
PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1985.
DescriptionXIII, 284 p. 43 illus : online resource
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TitleEngineering Applications of Lasers and Holography
Author(s)Kock, Winston E
PublicationBoston, MA, Springer US, 1975.
DescriptionXVI, 400 p. 325 illus : online resource
Abstract NoteThis book is intended for upperclass college students as an introduction to the growing field of coherent optics and to the increasing number of its applications, and also for those versed in other fields who wish to gain per?? spective and insight without detailed calculations. It is an outgrowth of the author's Science Study Series book Lasers and HolographY. * Besides being an updated and expanded version of that book, it includes discussions of numerous recent applications. It differs in its slightly higher analytical level and in the inclusion oflarge numbers of references, which enable the reader to obtain further information on subjects of interest to him. The level was selected to match the capabilities of students in their middle college years so as to permit them to make an early assessment of possible career interests in any of the many interdisciplinary fields now embracing the technologies of modern optics. It is hoped that the book can be used (as has occurred rather extensively with another of the author's Science Study Series books, Sound Waves and Light Wavest) as an auxiliary reading assignment for students in various disciplines. The author strongly believes that the promise of continued growth in this field, as evidenced by the extensive participation in technology develop?? ments by industry, both within the U. S. and abroad, identifies the subject as * Doubleday, 1969 (hard cover and paperback)
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TitleStatistical Physics
Author(s)Gu??nault, A. M
PublicationDordrecht, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Netherlands, 1988.
DescriptionX, 186 p. 2 illus : online resource
Abstract NoteStatistical physics is not a difficult subject, and I trust that this will not be found a difficult book. It contains much that a number of generations of Lancaster students have studied with me, as part of their physics honours degree work. The lecture course was of twenty hours duration, and I have added comparatively little to the lecture syllabus. A pre?? requisite is that the reader should have a working knowledge of basic thermal physics (i.e. the laws of thermodynamics and their application to simple substances). The book Thermal Physics by Colin Finn in this series forms an ideal introduc?? tion. Statistical physics has a thousand and one different ways of approaching the same basic results. I have chosen a rather down-to-earth and unsophisticated approach, without I hope totally obscuring the considerable interest of the fun?? damentals. This enables applications to be introduced at an early stage in the book. As a low-temperature physicist, I have always found a particular interest in statistical physics, and especially in how the absolute zero is approached. I should not, therefore, apologize for the low-temperature bias in the topics which I have selected from the many possibilities
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TitleApplications of Queueing Theory
Author(s)Newell, G. F
PublicationDordrecht, Springer Netherlands, 1982.
DescriptionXVI, 303 p. 10 illus : online resource
Abstract NoteThe literature on queueing theory is already very large. It contains more than a dozen books and about a thousand papers devoted exclusively to the subject; plus many other books on probability theory or operations research in which queueing theory is discussed. Despite this tremendous activity, queueing theory, as a tool for analysis of practical problems, remains in a primitive state; perhaps mostly because the theory has been motivated only superficially by its potential applications. People have devoted great efforts to solving the 'wrong problems. ' Queueing theory originated as a very practical subject. Much ofthe early work was motivated by problems concerning telephone traffic. Erlang, in particular, made many important contributions to the subject in the early part of this century. Telephone traffic remained one of the principle applications until about 1950. After World War II, activity in the fields of operations research and probability theory grew rapidly. Queueing theory became very popular, particularly in the late 1950s, but its popularity did not center so much around its applications as around its mathematical aspects. With the refine?? ment of some clever mathematical tricks, it became clear that exact solutions could be found for a large number of mathematical problems associated with models of queueing phenomena. The literature grew from 'solutions looking for a problem' rather than from 'problems looking for a solution
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TitleTechniques and Concepts of High-Energy Physics
Author(s)Ferbel, Thomas
PublicationBoston, MA, Springer US, 1981.
DescriptionXI, 541 p. 63 illus : online resource
Abstract NoteThis past July about sixty physicists from sixteen different countries gathered at St. Croix in the United States Virgin Islands for an Advanced Study Institute (ASI) on Techniques and Concepts of High Energy Physics. The initial idea for the Institute arose one blustery and miserable day at Fermilab during discussions about all the wonderful summer schools that were prevalent throughout Europe but essentially nonexistent in the United States. I felt that it would be of great value to have an Institute that was located in a beautiful area and that catered primarily to the hard?? working experimenters who stoically suffer both the winter cold and summer heat at Fermilab. Summer schools in our field generally provide the very useful opportunity of meeting physicists who work along different lines of research, as well as the opportunity of keeping abreast of new developments. All schools tend to emphasize recent theoretical advances and phenomenology, while technical questions that are of great interest to experimenters are seldom discussed. It seemed appropriate therefore to organize a summer institute that would combine topics in accelerator design, data acquisition and the like, with the more standard theoretical fare. This is the general idea that prevailed in setting up the program of the Institute at St
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TitleRisk Theory : The Stochastic Basis of Insurance
Author(s)Beard, Robert Eric;Pentik??inen, Teivo;Pesonen, Erkki
PublicationDordrecht, Springer Netherlands, 1977.
DescriptionXVI, 195 p. 19 illus : online resource
Abstract Notewhioh the developments are appropriate in an elementary text book is open to doubt. Fortunately the proceedings of the conference arranged by the Society of Actuaries Research Committee in September 1974 provide an effective review of the ourrent position (Credibility, Theory and Applications, Ed. P. M. Kahn, Academic Press, 1975). It is doubtful if any practical use is now made of the Esscher approximation and the N-P method is much more convenient and of adequate accuracy in most practical work. Thus the first half of Chapter 6 is now largely of historical interest. Chapter 11 dealing with ruin probability during a finite time interval does not give an adequate view of the current importanoe of this topic but the position is fluid because of the considerable effort being expended in the search for practical methods of calcu?? lation. Formulae are, in general, complicated and involve extensive computer based quadratures or simulation techniques. The paper by Seal in the Scandinavian Actuarial Journal (The Numerical Calculation of U(w,t) the Probability of Non-ruin in an Interval (O,t) 1974) gives a recent treatment and a fairly complete list of relevant references. In many countries studies are currently in progress in the develop?? ment of models for business planning where the basic operations involve a stochastic process. Not only are insurance companies interested but in many commercial and industrial firms the needs are significant so that a very large field exists for applications
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TitleApplied General Systems Research : Recent Developments and Trends
Author(s)Klir, George J
PublicationBoston, MA, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer US, 1978.
DescriptionXVII, 1001 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThis volume consists of a selection of papers presented at the International Conference on Applied General Systems Research: Recent Developments and Trends which was held on the campus of the State University of New York at Binghamton in August 15-19, 1977, under the sponsorship of the Special Panel on Systems Science of the NATO Scientific Affairs Division. General systems research is a fairly new field which has been developing in the course of the last two or three decades. In my op~n10n, it can be best described as a movement which involves the study of all structural and context independent aspects of problem solving. As such, it is cross-disciplinary in nature and, in this sense, it might seem similar to mathematics. There is a consid?? erable difference, however, between the two. While pure mathe?? matics is basically oriented to the development of various axiomatic theories, regardless of whether or not they have any real world meaning, applied mathematics explores the applicability of some of these theories as potentially useful methodological tools in various problem areas. General systems research, in contrast with applied mathematics, is problem oriented rather than tool oriented. As such, it tries to develop genuine methods for solving systems problems, i. e. , structural type and context in?? dependent problems. The term "genuine method" is used here to refer to a method which adjusts to the problem rather than re?? quiring that the problem be adjusted to make the method applicable
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TitlePhotoelectronic Imaging Devices : Devices and Their Evaluation
Author(s)Biberman, Lucien M;Nudelman, Sol
PublicationBoston, MA, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer US, 1971.
DescriptionXXIV, 584 p. 146 illus : online resource
Abstract NoteThe past decade has seen a major resurgence in optics research and the teaching of optics throughout the major universities both in this country and abroad. Electrooptical devices have become a challenging form of study that has penetrated both the electrical engineering and the physics departments of most major schools. There seems to be something challeng?? ing about a laser that appeals to both the practical electrical engineer with a hankering for fundamental research and to the fundamental physicist with a hankering to be practical. Somehow or other this same form of enthusiasm has not previously existed in the study of photoelectronic devices that form images. This field of, endeavor is becoming more and more so?? phisticated as newer forms of solid state devices enter the field not only in the data processing end but in the conversion of radiant energy into electrical charge patterns that are stored, manipulated, and read out in a way that a decade ago would have been considered beyond some fundamental limit or other. It is unfortunate, however, that this kind of material has heretofore been learned only by the process of becoming an apprentice in one or more of the major development laboratories concerned with the manufacture of image intensifiers or television tubes or the production of systems employing these devices
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TitleInvestigation of Brain Function
Author(s)Wilkinson, A. W
PublicationBoston, MA, Springer US, 1981.
DescriptionVIII, 262 p. 79 illus : online resource
Abstract NoteDuring the past fifteen or twenty years there have been remarkable advances in the methods of study of the functions of the brain in a wide range of species including man. As a result there has been a large increase in the factual knowledge of brain function but the interpretation and the application of these new facts has often tended to lag. The chapters in this book are the formal statements of those specialists of various disciplines who took part in a course of lectures and discussions of methods of the investigation of brain function in May 1980. Not only do they usually indicate the present state of knowledge and comprehension of the many functions of the brain of several species, but they also give valuable indications of where future studies might profitably be directed. G. Pampiglione A. W. Wilkinson v CONTENTS Steady State Radioisotopic Assessment of Brain Function . . . . . . . . 1 F. Fazio, C. Fieschi, and G. L. Lenzi Cerebral Blood Flow and Brain Function . 9 Bo Larsen Regional Cerebral Blood Flow and Regional Cerebral Oxygen Utilisation in Acute Cerebral Ischaemia . . . . . . 27 G. L. Lenzi, C. Fieschi, and F. Fazio The Electroencephalogram of Mental Abilities 35 Duilio Giannitrapani Sensory Processes and the Making of Decisions in Man . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 R. Cooper Computed EEG Topography: Theory, Implementation and Application . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Richard N. Harner Investigations of Apneic Syndrome during Sleep . . . . . . 103 D. Kurtz Automatic Analysis of Human Sleep EEGs . . . . . . . . . . 123 D. Samson-Dollfus Electrical Milestones in Mammalian Brain Development 139 G
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TitleParticle Interactions at Very High Energies : Part A
Author(s)Speiser, David;Halzen, Francis;Weyers, Jacques
PublicationBoston, MA, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer US, 1974.
DescriptionXII, 398 p. 11 illus : online resource
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