A. Richardson

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Biological motor control systems have a distributed, rather than centralized, architecture. Instabilities in movement, such as tremor, can in part arise from the interactions between different physiological feedback mechanisms. Contraction theory provides tools for analyzing the stability of nonlinear distributed control systems. Here we use contraction(More)
The integration of sensor technology into SiP and miniaturized 3D assemblies is now active and following policy trends and roadmaps often promoted through the "More than Moore" concept, championed by initiatives such as ITRS and the EU Framework programs. These trends open important applications for intelligent autonomous sensor networks and(More)
The neuMOS transistor is a comparatively new device developed in 1991 at Tohoku University, Japan, which is currently showing great promise in the direction of enhanced circuit functionality, particularly in Neural Network applications. In this paper we examine the possibilities of applying the inherent enhanced functionality of the neuMOS transistor to(More)
The author reminisces about the early days of radio. He describes the first radio sets and his entry into commercial radio in the 1920s. He discusses his work at GE, RCA, and Brunswich Balke Collender during the 1920s and military research he as involved in during the 1930s.<<ETX>>
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