About: Physics Today is an academic journal. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Open quantum system & Einstein. It has an ISSN identifier of 0031-9228. Over the lifetime, 10154 publication(s) have been published receiving 510983 citation(s).
Topics: Open quantum system, Einstein, Electron, Laser, Theory of relativity
Papers published on a yearly basis
01 Aug 1954-Physics Today
01 Apr 1969-Physics Today
TL;DR: The second edition of this respected text considerably expands the original and reflects the tremendous advances made in the discipline since 1968 as discussed by the authors, with a special emphasis on applications to diffraction, imaging, optical data processing, and holography.
Abstract: The second edition of this respected text considerably expands the original and reflects the tremendous advances made in the discipline since 1968. All material has been thoroughly updated and several new sections explore recent progress in important areas, such as wavelength modulation, analog information processing, and holography. Fourier analysis is a ubiquitous tool with applications in diverse areas of physics and engineering. This book explores these applications in the field of optics with a special emphasis on applications to diffraction, imaging, optical data processing, and holography. This book can be used as a textbook to satisfy the needs of several different types of courses, and it is directed toward both engineers ad physicists. By varying the emphasis on different topics and specific applications, the book can be used successfully in a wide range of basic Fourier Optics or Optical Signal Processing courses.
01 Sep 1950-Physics Today
TL;DR: The theory of communication is extended to include a number of new factors, in particular the effect of noise in the channel, and the savings possible due to the statistical structure of the original message anddue to the nature of the final destination of the information.
Abstract: HE recent development of various methods of modulation such as PCM and PPM which exchange bandwidth for signal-to-noise ratio has intensified the interest in a general theory of communication. A basis for such a theory is contained in the important papers of Nyquist1 and Hartley2 on this subject. In the present paper we will extend the theory to include a number of new factors, in particular the effect of noise in the channel, and the savings possible due to the statistical structure of the original message and due to the nature of the final destination of the information. The fundamental problem of communication is that of reproducing at one point either exactly or approximately a message selected at another point. Frequently the messages have meaning; that is they refer to or are correlated according to some system with certain physical or conceptual entities. These semantic aspects of communication are irrelevant to the engineering problem. The significant aspect is that the actual message is one selected from a set of possible messages. The system must be designed to operate for each possible selection, not just the one which will actually be chosen since this is unknown at the time of design. If the number of messages in the set is finite then this number or any monotonic function of this number can be regarded as a measure of the information produced when one message is chosen from the set, all choices being equally likely. As was pointed out by Hartley the most natural choice is the logarithmic function. Although this definition must be generalized considerably when we consider the influence of the statistics of the message and when we have a continuous range of messages, we will in all cases use an essentially logarithmic measure. The logarithmic measure is more convenient for various reasons:
18 Jul 1957-Physics Today
TL;DR: Light scattering by small particles as mentioned in this paper, Light scattering by Small Particle Scattering (LPS), Light scattering with small particles (LSC), Light Scattering by Small Parts (LSP),
Abstract: Light scattering by small particles , Light scattering by small particles , مرکز فناوری اطلاعات و اطلاع رسانی کشاورزی
01 May 1952-Physics Today
TL;DR: The principle of relativity Relativistic mechanics Electromagnetic fields electromagnetic waves as discussed by the authors The propagation of light The field of moving charges Radiation of electromagnetic waves Particle in a gravitational field The gravitational field equation
Abstract: The principle of relativity Relativistic mechanics Electromagnetic fields Electromagnetic waves The propagation of light The field of moving charges Radiation of electromagnetic waves Particle in a gravitational field The gravitational field equation The field of gravitational bodies Gravitational waves Relativistic cosmology Index.
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