Items where Division is "Faculty of Physical Sciences and Engineering > Electronics and Computer Science" and Year is 1976
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Aslam, A, Jones, R, Omerod, D R and Steele, R (1976) Error Rate in a Digital Simplex Telemetry System. I.E.R.E, 46, (10), 497-504.
Azcarraga, J A De and Hey, A J G (1976) The Necessity for a Melosh Tranformation. UNSPECIFIED
Burkhardt, H and Hey, A J G (1976) Lost Mesons, Melosh and the Quark Model. UNSPECIFIED
Hanna, D.C. and Cotter, D. (1976) Generation of tunable infrared radiation by stimulated Raman scattering in alkali vapours. Optics Communications, 18, (1)
Henderson, P. and Morris, J. H. (1976) A lazy evaluator. Proc. 3rd Int. Conf. Principles of programming languages (POPL) ACM, New York, 95-103.
Hey, A J G, Van, J Tran Tranh (ed.) (1976) Meson Spectroscopy and Quark Models.
Hey, A J G, Ross, R T and Saxon, D H (eds.) (1976) The Status of SU(6)w.
Hey, A J G and Kabir, P K (1976) Spin Tests for Intermediate States in Radiative Chi (3684) Decay Chains. UNSPECIFIED
Hughes, J.F. and Bright, A.W. (1976) Electrostatic Hazards Associated with Powder Handling in Silo Installations. UNSPECIFIED , 13-6.
Litchfield, P J, Cashmore, R J and Hey, A J G, Ross, R T and Dixon, D H (eds.) (1976) SU(6)w and Decays of Baryon Resonances - an update.
Payne, David Neil (1976) The production and transmission characteristics of low-loss optical fibre waveguides. University of Southampton, Electronics and Computer Science, Doctoral Thesis , 258pp.
Steele, R and Goodman, D J (1976) Detection and Selective Smoothing of Transmission Errors in Linear PMC. National Telecommunications Conference
Steele, R and Xydeas, C S (1976) Pitch Sysnchronous Encoding Methods for Speech Signals. IEEE Internationa Symposium on Information Theory
Xydeas, C S and Steele, R (1976) Pitch Synchronous Differential Predictive Encoding System. Electronics Letters, 12, (15), 376-378.
Xydeas, C S and Steele, R (1976) Pitch Sysnchronous 1st Order Linear DPCM System. Electronic Letters, 93-95.
Yuratich, M.A. and Hanna, D.C. (1976) The irreducible spherical tensor technique applied to nonlinear processes in gases: application to coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS). Optics Communications, 18, (1), 134.