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  • Goodwin, R. Wendell (1971-06)
    This thesis covers analytical techniques applicable to stability determination in a broad class of fixed-parameter nonlinear closed loop systems. Included are discussions on the describing function method and a survey of ...
  • Praul, Samuel; Hmurcik, Lawrence V. (American Institute of Physics, 1973-05-11)
    Measurement of temperature using a thermocouple or any other device requires a certain length of time. This time interval is of the order of magnitude of the thermal time constant of the measuring device. Here we describe ...
  • Patel, Kanji B. (1978)
    The importance of sensitivity in the design of any circuit is discussed in this thesis. The thesis include the detail discussion of sensitivity function of typical active filters, especially a multiple feedback active band ...
  • Al-Bedah, Bedah M. (1978-08)
    In control system design, different kinds of equations arise and need to be solved for the purpose of designing the system, prior to optimizing it. To optimize a system, a cost functional should be formulated in terms of ...
  • Hmurcik, Lawrence V.; Kaup, D. J. (The Optical Society of America, 1979-04)
    If an incident pulse is chirped, the critical parameters for self-induced transparency to occur in coherent pulse propagation can no longer be obtained from the well-known McCall-Hahn area theorem. We have been able to ...
  • Khosravi, Parviz (1980-12)
    A direct filter design approach is to approximate requirements of the desired filter, and realize the resultant function using given elements. Optimization of this method is to utilize a digital comuter to produce the ...
  • Gvili, Michael (1981)
    A new synchronization system to be used in a Time Division Multiplexed Pulse Position Modulation (TDM PPM) receiver is represented in this paper. Multiplexed synchronized pulses are being detected by a Digital Phase Locked ...
  • Gordon, John R.; Hmurcik, Lawrence V.; Serway, Raymond A. (Saunders College Publishing, 1982)
  • Guglielmi, Marco (1982-05)
    The object of this work is to design and realize a Voltage Controlled Phase Shifter to be used in phased arrays at microwave frequencies, or whenever the need of such a device arises. The classical solution to this problem ...
  • Ahmadi, Said Najafian (1985-05)
    The Distribution System Analysis Program (DSAP) is a computer program that has been developed by Northeast Utilities and is used by distribution planners and design engineers for evaluation and analysis of radial distribution ...
  • Hmurcik, Lawrence V.; Micinilio, J. P. (American Association of Physics Teachers, 1986-11)
  • Hmurcik, Lawrence V.; Kinsler, Mark R. (Technomic Publishing Co., 1988-04)
    The van der Pauw (VdP) technique provides a four-probe measurement of a sample’s average resistivity. It is generally applied to samples which have a uniform density and thickness but an arbitrary shape. We apply the VdP ...
  • Kinsler, Mark R.; Patton, Joyce; Hmurcik, Lawrence V. (Chapman and Hall Ltd., 1988-04)
    Stainless steel fibres in ABS plastic form a composite with an anisotropic resistivity. Samples are rectangular shapes with uniform thickness. By assuming two principal resistivities and by using van der Pauw's technique, ...
  • Oza, Hitaishu Yadunandan (1989)
    The Gallium Arsenide (GaAs) chips have many advantages over silicon chips as far as computer design is concerned. The most important advantage is its relatively less execution time. To implement GaAs chips in computers the ...
  • Hmurcik, Lawrence V.; Slacik, Amy; Miller, Hilda; Samoncik, Sandy (American Association of Physics Teachers, 1989-02)
    Linear regression analysis (least squares) is used in the first physics lab in order to introduce students to computer-aided analysis and to teach data fitting techniques. Application is made to two experiments: Fletcher’s ...
  • Elleithy, Khaled M.; Bayoumi, Magdy A. (1989-08-19)
  • Elleithy, Khaled M.; Bayoumi, Magdy A.; Lee, K. P. (1989-09-06)
    Decoding in Residue Number System (RNS) based architectures can be a bottleneck. A high speed and flexible modulo decoder is an essential computational element to maintain the advantages of RNS. In this paper, a fast and ...
  • Elleithy, Khaled M.; Bayoumi, Magdy A. (ACM Publishing, 1990)
    The major drawback of reported high level synthesis techniques is their limited applicability to a specific class of algorithms without extendibility to general algorithms and the lack of a formal approach to prove the ...
  • Sobh, Tarek M.; Alameldin, Tarek K. (ACM Publishing, 1990)
    In this paper, we discuss the problem of computing the reachable workspace for redundant manipulators. Algorithms that compute workspace boundary points by using screw theory are presented. These algorithms cannot distinguish ...
  • Sobh, Tarek M.; Wohn, Kwangyoen (SPIE, 1990-03-01)
    We discuss the problem of recovering the 3-D motion and structure. An algorithm for computing the camera motion and the orientation of planar surface is developed. It solves for the 3-D motion and structure iteratively ...

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