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Interplanetary Travel – Sternfeld
In this post, we will see the book Interplanetary Travel by A. Sternfeld. About the book This hook is based mainly on materials published earlier by the writer, but emphasis is placed on problems connected with artificial satellites, the launching … Continue reading
Mathematical Analysis – A Brief Course For Engineering Students – Bermant, Aramanovich
In this post, we will see the book Mathematical Analysis – A Brief Course For Engineering Students by A.F . Bermant; I. G. Aramanovich. About the book This course is designed as a textbook for engineering students. It embraces the … Continue reading
Posted in books, engineering, mathematics, mir books, mir publishers, soviet
Tagged applications, behavior of functions, continuity, derivative, differential calculus, differentials, double and triple integrals, fourier integrals, fourier series, functions, integral calculus, limits, line integrals, mathematical analysis, mathematics, mir publishers, series, surface integrals
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Topics In The Theory Of Random Noise Volumes 1 & 2 – Stratonovich
In this post, we will see two volume book titled Topics In The Theory Of Random Noise by R. L. Stratonovich. About the books The present book, in two volumes, is concerned with a variety of topics which have been … Continue reading
Posted in books, electronics, engineering, mathematics, physics, soviet, technology
Tagged distribution functions, fokkerplank equations, gaussian processes, markov processes, noise, nonlinear selfexcited oscillations, nonlinear transformations, nonstationary random processes, oscillators, parametric oscillators, random functions, random variables, relays, theorems
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Electrical Machines (Volumes 1 & 2) – IvanovSmolensky
In this post, we will see the two volume set (out of three) Electrical Machines by A. IvanovSmolensky. About the book The book is in three volumes as follows. Volume I: Preface. Introduction. Transformers. A General Theory of Electrical Machines. … Continue reading
How The Machine Learned The Alphabet – Zubkov
In this post, we will see the book . About the book A little book describing how machines (computers) a can learn various things and think. The book was translated from Russian by Vladimir Korotky and illustrated by Boris Kyshtymov. … Continue reading
Posted in books, children's books, children's science, computers, engineering, history, malysh publishers, picture books, popular science, science, soviet, technology
Tagged algorithms, artificial intelligence, automatons, binary code, children's science, computers, intelligent machines, machine learning, malysh publishers, popular science, robots, soviet
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Tomorrow? … Yesterday? – Zubkov
In this post, we will see the book Tomorrow? … Yesterday? by Boris Zubkov. About the book A book describing history and evolution of measuring time at different epochs. Discusses various natural phenomena which were used to keep calendars and … Continue reading
Posted in astronomy, books, children's books, children's science, engineering, malysh publishers, popular science, science, soviet, technology
Tagged calendar, circadian rhythm, clocks, history of time, optimisation, phases of moon, popular science, soviet, technology, tides, time, time measurement
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Signals and Circuits – Baskakov
In this post, we will see the book Signals And Circuits by S. I. Baskakov. About the book The present book is a course on signals and circuits as it is taught in the USSR. This subject figures prominently among … Continue reading
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Tagged active networks, amplifiers, band limited signals, circuits, digital filtering, discrete signals, electronics, engineering, feedback, filters, linear circuit analysis, mir publishers, modulation, network analysis, networks, noise, power spectra, receivers, signal transformation, signals, soviet, spectral representations, technology, theory of random signals, theory of signals, transforms
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Space Research Apparatus – Khodarev et al
In this post, we will see the book Space Research Apparatus by Yu. K. Khodarev; L. I. Shatrovskiy; V. V. Andreyanov; B. N. Rodionov; P. Ye. El’yasberg, V. S. Etkin. About the book The articles of this collection encompass a … Continue reading
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Tagged antenna, coding, data collection, electronics, engineering, information processing, instrumentation, measurement, sensors, soviet, space, technology, transducers
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