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# Jerome Fox

Bio: Jerome Fox is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Active networking & Mathematical theory. The author has an hindex of 3, co-authored 9 publications receiving 405 citations.

Topics: Active networking, Mathematical theory, Microwave

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01 Jan 1958

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01 Jan 1972

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TL;DR: In this article, the design, construction, and operation of a new type of microwave spectrograph which allows the measurement of the resonant transitions of transient or otherwise short-lived species is described.

Abstract: We describe the design, construction, and operation of a new type of microwave spectrograph which allows the measurement of the resonant transitions of transient or otherwise short‐lived species. The spectrograph is composed of three parts: a Fabry–Perot cavity, a pulsed supersonic nozzle as a source for the sample, and the pulsed microwave Fourier transform method. Following a detailed discussion of the three above components in the spectrograph, the operation of the entire system is described and several examples are given.

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TL;DR: A review of the properties of ferroelectric materials that are relevant to microwave tunable devices is presented in this article, where the theory of dielectric response of tunable bulk materials and thin films is discussed.

Abstract: A review of the properties of ferroelectric materials that are relevant to microwave tunable devices is presented: we discuss the theory of dielectric response of tunable bulk materials and thin films; the experimental results from the literature and from own work are reviewed; the correspondence between the theoretical results and the measured properties of tunable materials is critically analyzed; nominally pure, real (defected), and composite bulk materials and thin films are addressed. In addition, techniques for characterization of tunable ferroelectrics and applications of these materials are briefly presented.

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IBM

^{1}TL;DR: The standard closure theorems are proved for the class of sets “recognizable” by finite algebras, and a generalization of Kleene's regularity theory is presented.

Abstract: Many of the important concepts and results of conventional finite automata theory are developed for a generalization in which finite algebras take the place of finite automata The standard closure theorems are proved for the class of sets “recognizable” by finite algebras, and a generalization of Kleene's regularity theory is presented The theorems of the generalized theory are then applied to obtain a positive solution to a decision problem of second-order logic

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01 Jan 1969TL;DR: The invention of the stored-program digital computer during the second world war made it possible to replace the lower-level mental processes of man by electronic data-processing in machines, but the authors lack the "steam engine" or "digital computer" which will provide the necessary technology for learning and pattern recognition by machines.

Abstract: The invention of the steam engine in the late eighteenth century made it possible to replace the muscle-power of men and animals by the motive power of machines. The invention of the stored-program digital computer during the second world war made it possible to replace the lower-level mental processes of man, such as arithmetic computation and information storage, by electronic data-processing in machines. We are now coming to the stage where it is reasonable to contemplate replacing some of the higher mental processes of man, such as the ability to recognize patterns and to learn, with similar capabilities in machines. However, we lack the “steam engine” or “digital computer” which will provide the necessary technology for learning and pattern recognition by machines.

668 citations