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Scientific foundations of vacuum technique
Scientific foundations of vacuum technique , Scientific foundations of vacuum technique , مرکز فناوری اطلاعات و اطلاع رسانی کشاورزی
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Uncertainty concerning the direct use of time information in hearing: place clues in white-spectra stimuli.
Data on time response in the nervous system are available for animals. Rate‐matching data for humam subjects with implanted electrodes are available. These data do not tell us with certainty up toExpand
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Whither speech recognition?
Speech recognition has glamour. Funds have been available. Results have been less glamorous. “When we listen to a person speaking much of what we think we hear is supplied from our memory. [W. James,Expand
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Some practical aspects of digital transmission
There are three worlds of digital transmission-digital transmission as an area of academic research, in which theoretical limitations and complicated schemes of modulation and encoding play theExpand
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Men, machines, and languages
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This article points out that until people succeed in storing in a computer considerable areas of human experience, they are not likely to make a computer interact usefully with natural language. Expand
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Waves and the ear
In what case do you like reading so much? What about the type of the waves and the ear book? The needs to read? Well, everybody has their own reason why should read some books. Mostly, it will relateExpand
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Proposal for an Explanation of Limens of Loudness
It is proposed that the limen of loudness ΔS for pure tones is equal or proportional to the root‐mean‐square deviation in the number of pulses produced by the sound in the time T of observation. ByExpand
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New means of communication
In the past, men viewed different modes of communication, such as telegraphy and telephony, as being fundamentally different in kind, a view that has been dispelled by technological advances andExpand
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INDEX TO VOLUME 156
This index covers both the Initial Reports and Scientific Results portions of Volume 156 of the Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program. References to page numbers in the Initial Reports areExpand