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Terahertz Sensing Technology

Author : Dwight L Woolard
ISBN : 9789814486309
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The last research frontier in high frequency electronics now lies in the so-called THz (or submillimeter-wave) regime between the traditional microwave and infrared domains. Significant scientific and technical challenges within the terahertz (THz) frequency regime have recently motivated an array of new research activities. During the last few years, major research programs have emerged that are focused on advancing the state of the art in THz frequency electronic technology and on investigating novel applications of THz frequency sensing. This book serves as a detailed reference for the new THz frequency technological advances that are emerging across a wide spectrum of sensing and technology areas. Contents:THz Technology: An Overview (P H Siegel)Two-Terminal Active Devices for Terahertz Sources (G I Haddad et al.)Multiplier and Harmonic Generator Technologies for Terahertz Applications (R M Weikle II et al.)Submicron InP-Based HBTs for Ultra-High Frequency Amplifiers (M Urteaga et al.)THz Generation by Photomixing in Ultrafast Photoconductors (E R Brown)Silicon-Germanium Quantum-Cascade Lasers (R W Kelsall & R A Soref)Plasma Wave Electronics (M S Shur & V Ryzhii)T-Ray Sensing and Imaging (S P Mickan & X-C Zhang)Multistatic Reflection Imaging with Terahertz Pulses (T D Dorney et al.) Readership: Undergraduates, graduate students, academics and researchers in electrical & electronic engineering. Keywords:Terahertz Frequency Technology;Two-Terminal Devices;Diode Multipliers;Photomixer Sources;Quantum-Cascade Lasers;Plasma Wave Electronics;T-Ray Sensing;Terahertz Frequency Imaging
Category: Technology & Engineering

The Social Dimension Volume 1

Author : Henri Tajfel
ISBN : 0521283833
Genre : Psychology
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The two volumes of The Social Dimension present a comprehensive survey of the major developments in social psychology which took place in Europe during the very active 1970s and 1980s. They aim to capture the diversity and vitality of the discipline, stress the growing emphasis on fully social analyses of social psychological phenomena - hence 'the social dimension' - and to provide a valuable resource for researchers in the future. Although comprehensive in scope, the volumes are not written in the formal style of a reference handbook. Instead, the authors of the thirty-three chapters, drawn from more than a dozen mainly European countries and all experts in their own fields, were invited to present their own personal overviews of the issues in social psychology on which they were actively working. Both volumes are organized into three main Parts. Volume 1 is concerned with the social development of the child, interpersonal communication and relationships, and the social reality, group processes, and intergroup relations. This ambitious enterprise has produced a distinctive yet authoritative summary and evaluation of the growth points of social psychology in Europe which will interest and influence not only social psychologists but many readers from related disciplines.
Category: Psychology

Climatic Variability In Sixteenth Century Europe And Its Social Dimension

Author : Christian Pfister
ISBN : 9789401592598
Genre : Science
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A multidecadal cooling is known to have occurred in Europe in the final decades of the sixteenth-century. It is still open to debate as to what might have caused the underlying shifts in atmospheric circulation and how these changes affected societies. This book is the fruit of interdisciplinary cooperation among 37 scientists including climatologists, hydrologists, glaciologists, dendroclimatologists, and economic and cultural historians. The known documentary climatic evidence from six European countries is compared to results of tree-ring studies. Seasonal temperature and precipitation are estimated from this data and monthly mean surface pressure patterns in the European area are reconstructed for outstanding anomalies. Results are compared to fluctuations of Alpine glaciers and to changes in the frequency of severe floods and coastal storms. Moreover, the impact of climate change on grain prices and wine production is assessed. Finally, it is convincingly argued that witches at that time were burnt as scapegoats for climatic change.
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The Publishers Weekly

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105015559003
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature