Noise in physical systems and 1/f noise proceedings of the 7th International Conference on "Noise in Physical Systems" and the 3rd International Conference on "1/f Noise," Montpellier, May 17-20, 1983 by International Conference on Noise in Physical Systems (7th 1983 Montpellier, France)

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Statementedited by Michel Savelli, Gilles Lecoy, and Jean-Pierre Nougier.
ContributionsSavelli, Michel, 1931-, Lecoy, Gilles, 1937-, Nougier, Jean-Pierre, 1939-, International Conference on "1/f Noise" (3rd : 1983 : Montpellier, France)
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LC ClassificationsTK7867.5 .I573 1983
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 432 p. :
Number of Pages432
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3179457M
ISBN 100444868003
LC Control Number83022042

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