By L. Marton (ed.)
This quantity comprises assessment articles protecting a wide variety of themes in picture processing and research. the subjects coated contain picture research - which has united and harmonized a number of heterogeneous fabric; modern methods to the Fourier rework; quantity theoretic transforms, that are really appealing for discrete, finite signs; using the Wigner distribution - which encodes either spatial and spectral details, for picture filtering; and purposes of the idea that of knowledge strength. those up to date surveys are meant to supply the reader with entry to the newest leads to the tremendous energetic box of picture technology.
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0 21 - n I I I 1 I I B. Secondary Breakdown Waves In 1959, Westburg (39,proposing to study moving striations in glow discharges, found that he had developed an apparatus for the study of secondary breakdown waves-those in which an electron space charge moves in an already ionized gas, augmenting that ionization. In lightning discharges, and in the work of Beams. these waves were called return strokes. The glow discharge offers controllable degrees of preionization at almost exactly the right level to simulate conditions in a normal return stroke.
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34. Failing to observe recognizable common phase points in the signals at two photomultiplier stations, Russell had introduced the sidearm expansion chamber, and in the process of reconstruction had simplified the driver to a single segment enclosed in a grounded metal box intended to reduce stray electrostatic fields which might generate breakdown waves. He observed a well-defined low intensity wave precursor in the sidearm, while the gross early luminosity in the main tube remained largely unchanged.
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