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However, unlike the values of f(n)(t0), the values of the chromatic derivatives Kn[f](t0) can be obtained in a noise robust way from sufficiently dense samples of f(t).


In air pressure, a kind of vibrationwheel micromachined gyroscope has achieved a noise level of 0.0073 deg s1·Hz1/2 over the 100Hz bandwidth by using this digital readout technology.


The interhemispheric relations found during the perception of emotions are unstable and, when speech is masked by a noise, acquire the direction that is characteristic of normal children.


At a noise of 52 dB, which is close to the threshold of full masking, the reaction time is not increased significantly compared to its estimation at a noise of 46 dB.


The minimum detectable flux densities for fast and thermal neutrons are estimated at 5 × 1010 and 108 cm2 s1, respectively, at a noise current of 103 A for the electronic equipment.


The paper concerns the estimation of a smooth signal S(t) and its derivatives in the presence of a noise depending on a small parameter ε based on a partial observation.


A noiseimmune technique for testing strength of interfaces in bimetallic inserts with small sites of breaking is described.


Various methods are used for digital data processing for extracting useful information against a noise background.


Application of a noise signal in acoustic tomography of the arctic basin


The time correlation function of a noise signal propagating in an arctictype waveguide is considered.


Correlation processing of a noise signal in the arrivaltime acoustic monitoring of the water medium in an arctic waveguide


The propagation of a noise signal is considered for an arctictype waveguide with a varying sound speed profile.


Specifically, a noise spectra structure can be used to detect the beginning of cavitation and its development.


A numerical study of the wavenumber filtering of acoustic noise in wall pressure measurements by a noisecompensated receiver is performed.


Effect of hydrological variability in a deep ocean on the spacefrequency interference pattern of a noise signal


Results of computer simulations are presented for the variability of the spacefrequency interference pattern of a noise signal in the shadow and convergence zones in a deep ocean.


In experiments on the longrange propagation of explosiongenerated signals, a noise background accompanying the classical signal quartets are repeatedly observed.


Since the oscillation amplitude is at a noise level, the orbit of the suspected companion cannot be determined.


It is found that stochastic resonance is observed under slow (compared with the Kramers switching time) dichotomic noise and the signaltonoise ratio (SNR) has a maximum for a noise amplitude equal to static bias.


The measured noise at the amplifier output with this sample was found to be Vna=4nV/Hz1/2, which corresponds to a noiseequivalent power of 1017W/Hz1/2.

