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Early Mongol Rule in Thirteenth-Century Iran: A Persian Renaissance
1. The Sources 2. Divine Punishment or God's Secret Intent? 3. Baghdad and its Aftermath 4. The Uneasy Borders a. Abaqa and the West b. Berke Khan and the North c. Baraq Khan and the East 5. TheExpand
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Trade Effluent Control: Prospects for the 1990s
The proposed privatization of the ten regional water authorities together with the accompanying reorganization of water pollution control responsibilities between the new National Rivers AuthorityExpand
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Required signal‐to‐interference ratios for shortwave broadcasting
  • G. Lane
  • Computer Science
  • 1 September 1997
The required signal-to-Interference (RSI) ratio for a specified grade of HF radio service is the hourly median wanted signal power at the input of the receiver needed relative to the sum of the hourly Median unwanted signal power in the RF bandwidth. Expand
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Arghun Aqa: Mongol Bureaucrat in Iran
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Signal-to-noise ratio and aural assessment of broadcast reception quality
Historically, radiotelephony speech intelligibility has been equated to signal-to-noise ratio (SNR). Although the human being has proven to be a reasonably consistent measurement system forExpand
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Chinggis Khan, World Conqueror
Key Drivers of Energy and Cost Effi ciency in Autogenous/ Semi-Autogenous Grinding Circuits
In a recent publication (Bueno and Lane, 2011) the authors presented the analysis of a consolidated dataset composed by 137 autogenous/semi-autogenous grinding (AG/SAG) mill pilot trials. ByExpand
Whose secret Intent
Hulegu Khan's arrival in Iran circa 1254 has often been depicted in a negative light. This article seeks to show how Hulegu Khan's advent was welcomed by the Iranian elite who saw the Ilkhanate as anExpand
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The low‐ and medium‐speed diesel engine design changes that have taken place to date, and are predicted to continue for the foreseeable future, present the marine diesel lubricant with a difficultExpand