SUB>1 classes in mathematics

@inproceedings{Cenzer1998SUB1CI,
  title={SUB>1 classes in mathematics},
  author={Douglas A. Cenzer and Jeffrey B. Remmel},
  year={1998}
}
Method and apparatus for integrating the output of a measuring instrument, in which a plurality of check points of each peak in the output are detected to produce a time signal which lasts a predetermined period of time, so that if one of the check points is detected within the time period caused by the detection of the previous check point, the peak is treated as a noise peak. Whether or not a peak being detected is a noise peak superimposed on the signal peak of the measured output is… CONTINUE READING

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