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図書
by J. S. Hey
出版情報: London : Elek, 1973  x, 214 p ; 23 cm
シリーズ名: Histories of science series
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図書
Thomas L. Wilson, Kristen Rohlfs, Susanne Hüttemeister
出版情報: Berlin ; New York : Springer, c2009  xv, 515 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Astronomy and astrophysics library
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Radio Astronomical Fundamentals / 1:
On the Role of Radio Astronomy in Astrophysics / 1.1:
The Radio Window / 1.2:
Some Basic Definitions / 1.3:
Radiative Transfer / 1.4:
Black Body Radiation and the Brightness Temperature / 1.5:
The Nyquist Theorem and the Noise Temperature / 1.6:
Problems
Electromagnetic Wave Propagation Fundamentals / 2:
Maxwell's Equations / 2.1:
Energy Conservation and the Poynting Vector / 2.2:
Complex Field Vectors / 2.3:
The Wave Equation / 2.4:
Plane Waves in Nonconducting Media / 2.5:
Wave Packets and the Group Velocity / 2.6:
Plane Waves in Conducting Media / 2.7:
The Dispersion Measure of a Tenuous Plasma / 2.8:
Wave Polarization / 3:
Vector Waves / 3.1:
The Poincaré Sphere and the Stokes Parameters / 3.2:
Quasi-Monochromatic Plane Waves / 3.3:
The Stokes Parameters for Quasi-Monochromatic Waves / 3.4:
Faraday Rotation / 3.5:
Signal Processing and Receivers: Theory / 4:
Signal Processing and Stationary Stochastic Processes / 4.1:
Probability Density, Expectation Values and Ergodicity / 4.1.1:
Autocorrelation and Power Spectrum / 4.1.2:
Linear Systems / 4.1.3:
Filters / 4.1.4:
Digitization and Sampling / 4.1.5:
Gaussian Random Variables / 4.1.6:
Square Law Detectors / 4.1.7:
Limiting Receiver Sensitivity / 4.2:
Noise Uncertainties due to Random Processes / 4.2.1:
Receiver Stability / 4.2.2:
Receiver Calibration / 4.2.3:
Practical Receiver Systems / 5:
Historical Introduction / 5.1:
Bolometer Radiometers / 5.1.1:
The Noise Equivalent Power of a Bolometer / 5.1.2:
Currently Used Bolometer Systems / 5.1.3:
Coherent Receivers / 5.2:
The Minimum Noise in a Coherent System / 5.2.1:
Basic Components: Passive Devices / 5.2.2:
Basic Components: Active Devices / 5.2.3:
Semiconductor Junctions / 5.2.4:
Practical HEMT Devices / 5.2.5:
Superconducting Mixers / 5.2.6:
Hot Electron Bolometers / 5.2.7:
Summary of Front Ends Presently in Use / 5.3:
Single Pixel Receiver Systems / 5.3.1:
Multibeam Systems / 5.3.2:
Back Ends: Correlation Receivers, Polarimeters and Spectrometers / 5.4:
Correlation Receivers and Polarimeters / 5.4.1:
Spectrometers / 5.4.2:
Fourier and Autocorrelation Spectrometers / 5.4.3:
Pulsar Back Ends / 5.4.4:
Fundamentals of Antenna Theory / 6:
Electromagnetic Potentials / 6.1:
Green's Function for the Wave Equation / 6.2:
The Hertz Dipole / 6.3:
Arrays of Emitters / 6.3.1:
Arrays of Hertz Dipoles / 6.3.2:
Radiation Fields of Filled Antennas / 6.4:
Two Dimensional Far Field / 6.4.1:
Three Dimensional Far Field / 6.4.2:
Circular Apertures / 6.4.3:
Antenna Taper Related to Power Pattern / 6.4.4:
The Reciprocity Theorem / 6.5:
Summary / 6.6:
Practical Aspects of Filled Aperture Antennas / 7:
Descriptive Antenna Parameters / 7.1:
The Power Pattern P(?, ?) / 7.1.1:
The Main Beam Solid Angle / 7.1.2:
The Effective Aperture / 7.1.3:
The Concept of Antenna Temperature / 7.1.4:
Primary Feeds / 7.2:
Prime Focus Feeds: Dipole and Reflector / 7.2.1:
Horn Feeds Used Today / 7.2.2:
Multiple Reflector Systems / 7.2.3:
Antenna Tolerance Theory / 7.3:
The Practical Design of Parabolic Reflectors / 7.4:
General Considerations / 7.4.1:
Specific Telescopes / 7.4.2:
Single Dish Observational Methods / 7.5:
The Earth's Atmosphere / 8.1:
Calibration Procedures / 8.2:
General / 8.2.1:
Compact Sources / 8.2.2:
Extended Sources / 8.2.3:
Calibration of cm Wavelength Telescopes / 8.2.4:
Calibration of mm and sub-mm Wavelength Telescopes for Heterodyne Systems / 8.2.5:
Bolometer Calibrations / 8.2.6:
Continuum Observing Strategies / 8.3:
Point Sources / 8.3.1:
Imaging of Extended Continuum Sources / 8.3.2:
Additional Requirements for Spectral Line Observations / 8.4:
Radial Velocity Settings / 8.4.1:
Stability of the Frequency Bandpass / 8.4.2:
Instrumental Frequency Baselines / 8.4.3:
The Effect of Stray Radiation / 8.4.4:
Spectral Line Observing Strategies / 8.4.5:
The Confusion Problem / 8.5:
Introduction / 8.5.1:
Interferometers and Aperture Synthesis / 9:
The Quest for Angular Resolution / 9.1:
The Two Element Interferometer / 9.1.1:
Two-Element Interferometers / 9.2:
Hardware Requirements / 9.2.1:
Calibration / 9.2.2:
Responses of Interferometers / 9.2.3:
Aperture Synthesis / 9.3:
An Appropriate Coordinate System / 9.3.1:
Historical Development / 9.3.2:
Interferometric Observations / 9.3.3:
Improving Visibility Functions / 9.3.4:
Multi-Antenna Array Calibrations / 9.3.5:
Data Processing / 9.3.6:
Advanced Image Improvement Methods / 9.4:
Self-Calibration / 9.4.1:
Applying Clean to the Dirty Map / 9.4.2:
Maximum Entropy Deconvolution Method (MEM) / 9.4.3:
Interferometer Sensitivity / 9.5:
Very Long Baseline Interferometers / 9.6:
Interferometers in Astrometry and Geodesy / 9.7:
Emission Mechanisms of Continuous Radiation / 10:
The Nature of Radio Sources / 10.1:
Black Body Radiation from Astronomical Objects / 10.1.1:
Radiation from Accelerated Electrons / 10.2:
The Frequency Distribution of Bremsstrahlung for an Individual Encounter / 10.3:
The Radiation of an Ionized Gas Cloud / 10.4:
Nonthermal Radiation Mechanisms / 10.5:
Review of the Lorentz Transformation / 10.6:
The Synchrotron Radiation of a Single Electron / 10.7:
The Total Power Radiated / 10.7.1:
The Angular Distribution of Radiation / 10.7.2:
The Frequency Distribution of the Emission / 10.7.3:
The Spectrum and Polarization of Synchrotron Radiation / 10.8:
The Spectral Distribution of Synchrotron Radiation from an ensemble of Electrons / 10.9:
Homogeneous Magnetic Field / 10.9.1:
Random Magnetic Field / 10.9.2:
Energy Requirements of Synchrotron Sources / 10.10:
Low-Energy Cut-Offs in Nonthermal Sources / 10.11:
Inverse Compton Scattering / 10.12:
The Sunyaev-Zeldovich Effect / 10.12.1:
Energy Loss from High-Brightness Sources / 10.12.2:
Some Examples of Thermal and Nonthermal Radio Sources / 11:
The Quiet Sun / 11.1:
Radio Radiation from H II Regions / 11.2:
Thermal Radiation / 11.2.1:
Radio Radiation from Ionized Stellar Winds / 11.2.2:
Supernovae and Supernova Remnants / 11.3:
The Hydrodynamic Evolution of Supernova Remnants / 11.4:
The Free-Expansion Phase / 11.4.1:
The Second Phase: Adiabatic Expansion / 11.4.2:
The Radio Evolution of Older Supernova Remnants / 11.5:
Pulsars / 11.6:
Detection and Source Nature / 11.6.1:
Distance Estimates and Galactic Distribution / 11.6.2:
Intensity Spectrum and Pulse Morphology / 11.6.3:
Pulsar Timing / 11.6.4:
Rotational Slowdown and Magnetic Moment / 11.6.5:
Binary Pulsars and Millisecond Pulsars / 11.6.6:
Radio Emission Mechanism / 11.6.7:
Extragalactic Sources / 11.7:
Radio Galaxies: Cygnus A / 11.7.1:
An Example of the Sunyaev-Zeldovich Effect: Clusters of Galaxies / 11.7.2:
Relativistic Effects and Time Variability / 11.7.3:
Spectral Line Fundamentals / 12:
The Einstein Coefficients / 12.1:
Radiative Transfer with Einstein Coefficients / 12.2:
Dipole Transition Probabilities / 12.3:
Simple Solutions of the Rate Equation / 12.4:
Line Radiation of Neutral Hydrogen / 13:
The 21 cm Line of Neutral Hydrogen / 13.1:
The Zeeman Effect / 13.2:
Spin Temperatures / 13.3:
Emission and Absorption Lines / 13.4:
The Influence of Beam Filling Factors and Source Geometry / 13.4.1:
The Physical State of the Diffuse Interstellar Gas / 13.5:
Differential Velocity Fields and the Shape of Spectral Lines / 13.6:
The Galactic Velocity Field in the Interstellar Gas / 13.7:
Atomic Lines in External Galaxies / 13.8:
Virial Masses / 13.8.1:
The Tully-Fisher Relation / 13.8.2:
Recombination Lines / 14:
Emission Nebulae / 14.1:
Photoionization Structure of Gaseous Nebulae / 14.2:
Pure Hydrogen Nebulae / 14.2.1:
Hydrogen and Helium Nebulae / 14.2.2:
Actual HII Regions / 14.2.3:
Rydberg Atoms / 14.3:
Line Intensities Under LTE Conditions / 14.4:
Line Intensities when LTE Conditions do not Apply / 14.5:
Collisional Broadening / 14.5.1:
The Interpretation of Radio Recombination Line Observations / 14.6:
Anomalous Cases / 14.6.1:
Recombination Lines from Other Elements / 14.7:
Overview of Molecular Basics / 15:
Basic Concepts / 15.1:
Rotational Spectra of Diatomic Molecules / 15.2:
Hyperfine Structure in Linear Molecules / 15.2.1:
Vibrational Transitions / 15.3:
Line Intensities of Linear Molecules / 15.4:
Total Column Densities of CO Under LTE Conditions / 15.4.1:
Symmetric Top Molecules / 15.5:
Energy Levels / 15.5.1:
Spin Statistics / 15.5.2:
Hyperfine Structure / 15.5.3:
Line Intensities and Column Densities / 15.5.4:
Asymmetric Top Molecules / 15.6:
Spin Statistics and Selection Rules / 15.6.1:
Line Intensities and Column Densitiess / 15.6.3:
Electronic Angular Momentum / 15.6.4:
Molecules with Hindered Motions / 15.6.5:
Molecules in Interstellar Space / 16:
History / 16.1:
Molecular Excitation / 16.2:
Excitation of a Two-Level System / 16.2.1:
Maser Emission Processes in One Dimension / 16.2.2:
Non-LTE Excitation of Molecules / 16.2.3:
Models of Radiative Transfer / 16.3:
The Large Velocity Gradient Model / 16.3.1:
Spectral Lines as Diagnostic Tools / 16.4:
Kinetic Temperatures / 16.4.1:
Linewidths, Radial Motions and Intensity Distributions / 16.4.2:
Mass Estimates and Cloud Stability / 16.4.3:
Signatures of Cloud Collapse / 16.4.8:
A Selected Sample of Results / 16.5:
Chemistry / 16.6:
Clouds for which the UV Field can be Neglected / 16.6.1:
Models of Photon Dominated Regions / 16.6.2:
Results / 16.6.3:
Ion-Molecule Chemistry / 16.6.4:
Grain Chemistry / 16.6.5:
Searches for New Molecules / 16.6.6:
Some Useful Vector Relations / A:
The Fourier Transform / B:
The Van Vleck Clipping Correction: One Bit Quantization / C:
The Hankel Transform / D:
A List of Calibration Radio Sources / F:
The Mutual Coherence Function and van Cittert-Zernike Theorem / G:
The Mutual Coherence Function / G.1:
The Coherence Function of Extended Sources: The van Cittert-Zernike Theorem / G.2:
Bibliography
Index
Radio Astronomical Fundamentals / 1:
On the Role of Radio Astronomy in Astrophysics / 1.1:
The Radio Window / 1.2:
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図書

図書
by S.A. Kaplan and V.N. Tsytovich ; translated and edited by D. ter Haar
出版情報: Oxford ; New York : Pergamon Press, [1973]  xiii, 302 p. ; 26 cm
シリーズ名: International series of monographs in natural philosophy ; v. 59
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図書
edited by G. T. Herman ; with contributions by M. D. Altschuler ... [et al.]
出版情報: Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, 1979  xii, 284 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Topics in applied physics ; v. 32
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Introduction / 1:
Why Learn R? / 1.1:
Is R Accurate? / 1.2:
What About Tech Support? / 1.3:
The Five Main Parts of SAS and SPSS / 2:
Programming Conventions / 3:
Typographic Conventions / 4:
Installing and Updating R / 5:
Installing Add-on Packages / 5.1:
Loading an Add-on Package / 5.2:
Updating Your Installation / 5.3:
Uninstalling R / 5.4:
Choosing Repositories / 5.5:
Accessing Data in Packages / 5.6:
Running R / 6:
Running R Interactively on Windows / 6.1:
Running R Interactively on Macintosh / 6.2:
Running R Interactively on Linux or UNIX / 6.3:
Running Programs that Include Other Programs / 6.4:
Running R in Batch Mode / 6.5:
Running R from SPSS / 6.6:
Graphical User Interfaces / 6.7:
R Commander / 6.7.1:
Rattle for Data Mining / 6.7.2:
JGR Java GUI for R / 6.7.3:
Help and Documentation / 7:
Help Files / 7.1:
Starting Help / 7.2:
Help Examples / 7.3:
Help for Functions that Call Other Functions / 7.4:
Help for Packages / 7.5:
Help for Datasets / 7.6:
Books and Manuals / 7.7:
E-mail Lists / 7.8:
Searching the Web / 7.9:
Vignettes / 7.10:
Programming Language Basics / 8:
Simple Calculations / 8.1:
Data Structures / 8.2:
Vectors / 8.2.1:
Factors / 8.2.2:
Data Frames / 8.2.3:
Matrices / 8.2.4:
Arrays / 8.2.5:
Lists / 8.2.6:
Saving Your Work So Far / 8.3:
Comments to Document Your Programs / 8.4:
Controlling Functions (Procedures) / 8.5:
Controlling Functions with Arguments / 8.5.1:
Controlling Functions with Formulas / 8.5.2:
Controlling Functions with an Object's Class / 8.5.3:
Controlling Functions with Extractor Functions - ODS, OMS / 8.5.4:
How Much Output Is There? / 8.5.5:
Writing Your Own Functions (Macros) / 8.5.6:
Data Acquisition / 9:
The R Data Editor / 9.1:
Reading Delimited Text Files / 9.2:
Reading Text Data Within a Program (Datalines, Cards, Begin Data...) / 9.3:
Reading Data from the Keyboard / 9.4:
Reading Fixed-Width Text Files, One Record per Case / 9.5:
Macro Substitution / 9.5.1:
Reading Fixed-Width Text Files, Two or More Records per Case / 9.6:
Importing Data from SAS / 9.7:
Importing Data from SPSS / 9.8:
Exporting Data / 9.9:
Viewing an External Text File / 9.9.1:
Selecting Variables - Var, Variables = / 10:
Selecting Variables in SAS and SPSS / 10.1:
Selecting All Variables / 10.2:
Selecting Variables by Index Number / 10.3:
Selecting Variables by Column Name / 10.4:
Selecting Variables Using Logic / 10.5:
Selecting Variables by String Search (varname: or varname1-varnameN) / 10.6:
Selecting Variables Using $ Notation / 10.7:
Selecting Variables by Simple Name: attach and with / 10.8:
Selecting Variables with the subset Function (varname1-varnameN) / 10.9:
Selecting Variables by List / 10.10:
Generating Indexes A to Z from Two Variable Names / 10.11:
Saving Selected Variables to a New Dataset / 10.12:
Example Programs for Variable Selection / 10.13:
Selecting Observations - Where, If, Select If, Filter / 11:
Selecting Observations in SAS and SPSS / 11.1:
Selecting All Observations / 11.2:
Selecting Observations by Index Number / 11.3:
Selecting Observations by Row Name / 11.4:
Selecting Observations Using Logic / 11.5:
Selecting Observations by String Search / 11.6:
Selecting Observations with the subset Function / 11.7:
Generating Indexes from A to Z from Two Row Names / 11.8:
Variable Selection Methods with No Counterpart for Selecting Observations / 11.9:
Saving Selected Observations to a New Data Frame / 11.10:
Example Programs for Selecting Observations / 11.11:
Selecting Both Variables and Observations / 12:
Converting Data Structures / 13:
Converting from Logical to Index and Back / 13.1:
Data Management / 14:
Transforming Variables / 14.1:
Procedures or Functions? The apply Function Decides / 14.2:
Applying the mean Function / 14.2.1:
Finding N or NVALID / 14.2.2:
Conditional Transformations / 14.3:
Multiple Conditional Transformations / 14.4:
Missing Values / 14.5:
Substituting Means for Missing Values / 14.5.1:
Finding Complete Observations / 14.5.2:
When "99" Has Meaning / 14.5.3:
Renaming Variables (... and Observations) / 14.6:
Renaming Variables - Advanced Examples / 14.7:
Renaming by Index / 14.7.1:
Renaming by Column Name / 14.7.2:
Renaming Many Sequentially Numbered Variable Names / 14.7.3:
Renaming Observations / 14.7.4:
Recoding Variables / 14.8:
Recoding a Few Variables / 14.8.1:
Recoding Many Variables / 14.8.2:
Keeping and Dropping Variables / 14.9:
Stacking/Concatenating/Adding Datasets / 14.10:
Joining/Merging Data Frames / 14.11:
Creating Summarized or Aggregated Datasets / 14.12:
The aggregate Function / 14.12.1:
The tapply Function / 14.12.2:
Merging Aggregates with Original Data / 14.12.3:
Tabular Aggregation / 14.12.4:
The reshape Package / 14.12.5:
By or Split File Processing / 14.13:
Comparing Summarization Methods / 14.13.1:
Example Programs for By or Split File Processing / 14.13.2:
Removing Duplicate Observations / 14.14:
Selecting First or Last Observations per Group / 14.15:
Reshaping Variables to Observations and Back / 14.16:
Sorting Data Frames / 14.17:
Value Labels or Formats (and Measurement Level) / 15:
Character Factors / 15.1:
Numeric Factors / 15.2:
Making Factors of Many Variables / 15.3:
Converting Factors into Numeric or Character Variables / 15.4:
Dropping Factor Levels / 15.5:
Variable Labels / 16:
Generating Data / 17:
Generating Numeric Sequences / 17.1:
Generating Factors / 17.2:
Generating Repetitious Patterns (not factors) / 17.3:
Generating Integer Measures / 17.4:
Generating Continuous Measures / 17.5:
Generating a Data Frame / 17.6:
How R Stores Data / 18:
Managing Your Files and Workspace / 19:
Loading and Listing Objects / 19.1:
Understanding Your Search Path / 19.2:
Attaching Data Frames / 19.3:
Attaching Files / 19.4:
Removing Objects from Your Workspace / 19.5:
Minimizing Your Workspace / 19.6:
Setting Your Working Directory / 19.7:
Saving Your Workspace / 19.8:
Saving Your Programs and Output / 19.9:
Saving Your History (Journal) / 19.10:
Graphics Overview / 20:
SAS/GRAPH / 20.1:
SPSS Graphics / 20.2:
R Graphics / 20.3:
The Grammar of Graphics / 20.4:
Other Graphics Packages / 20.5:
Graphics Procedures Versus Graphics Systems / 20.6:
Graphics Devices / 20.7:
Practice Data: Mydata100 / 20.8:
Traditional Graphics / 21:
Barplots / 21.1:
Barplots of Counts / 21.1.1:
Barplots for Subgroups of Counts / 21.1.2:
Barplots of Means / 21.1.3:
Adding Titles, Labels, Colors, and Legends / 21.2:
Graphics Parameters and Multiple Plots on a Page / 21.3:
Pie Charts / 21.4:
Dotcharts / 21.5:
Histograms / 21.6:
Basic Histograms / 21.6.1:
Histograms Overlaid / 21.6.2:
Normal QQ Plots / 21.7:
Strip Charts / 21.8:
Scatterplots / 21.9:
Scatterplots with Jitter / 21.9.1:
Scatterplots with Large Datasets / 21.9.2:
Scatterplots with Lines / 21.9.3:
Scatterplots with Linear Fit by Group / 21.9.4:
Scatterplots by Group or Level (Coplots) / 21.9.5:
Scatterplots with Confidence Ellipse / 21.9.6:
Scatterplots with Confidence and Prediction Intervals / 21.9.7:
Plotting Labels Instead of Points / 21.9.8:
Scatterplot Matrices / 21.9.9:
Dual Axes Plots / 21.10:
Boxplots / 21.11:
Error Bar and Interaction Plots / 21.12:
Adding Equations and Symbols to Graphs / 21.13:
Summary of Graphics Elements and Parameters / 21.14:
Plot Demonstrating Many Modifications / 21.15:
Example Traditional Graphics Programs / 21.16:
Graphics with ggplot2 (GPL) / 22:
Overview qplot and ggplot / 22.1:
Bar Charts / 22.2:
Bar Charts with Subgroups / 22.3:
Plots by Group or Level / 22.5:
Pre-summarized Data / 22.6:
Adding Titles and Labels / 22.7:
Strip Plots / 22.9:
Scatterplots with Fit Lines / 22.12:
Scatterplots with Reference Lines / 22.15:
Changing Plot Symbols by Group / 22.16:
Adding Linear Fits by Group / 22.18:
Scatterplots Faceted by Groups / 22.19:
Scatterplot Matrix / 22.20:
Error Barplots / 22.21:
Logarithmic Axes / 22.23:
Aspect Ratio / 22.24:
Multiple Plots on a Page / 22.25:
Saving ggplot2 Graphs to a File / 22.26:
An Example Specifying All Defaults / 22.27:
Summary of Graphic Elements and Parameters / 22.28:
Statistics / 23:
Scientific Notation / 23.1:
Descriptive Statistics / 23.2:
Cross-Tabulation / 23.3:
Correlation / 23.4:
Linear Regression / 23.5:
Plotting Diagnostics / 23.5.1:
Comparing Models / 23.5.2:
Making Predictions with New Data / 23.5.3:
t-Test - Independent Groups / 23.6:
Equality of Variance / 23.7:
t-Test - Paired or Repeated Measures / 23.8:
Wilcoxon Mann-Whitney Rank Sum Test - Independent Groups / 23.9:
Wilcoxon Signed-Rank Test - Paired Groups / 23.10:
Analysis of Variance / 23.11:
Sums of Squares / 23.12:
Kruskal-Wallis Test / 23.13:
Conclusion / 24:
A Glossary of R Jargon / Appendix A:
A Comparison of SAS and SPSS Products with R Packages and Functions / Appendix B:
Automating Your Settings / Appendix C:
A comparison of the major attributes of SAS and SPSS to R / Appendix D:
Bibliography
Index
Introduction / 1:
Why Learn R? / 1.1:
Is R Accurate? / 1.2:
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図書

図書
John D. Kraus ; with a chapter on radio-telescope receivers by Martti E. Tiuri
出版情報: New York : McGraw-Hill, c1966  x, 486 p. ; 23 cm
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[by] A. D. Kuzʹmin and A. E. Salomonovich. Translated by K. N. Trirogoff. Translation edited by Ernest Jacobs
出版情報: New York : Academic Press, 1966  xvi, 182 p ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Electrical science
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by the staff of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory. Edited by Gerrit L. Verschuur and Kenneth I. Kellermann, with the assistance of Virginia van Brunt
出版情報: New York : Springer-Verlag, 1974  ix, 402 p. ; 27 cm
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