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Title: Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.23, No.1 (Autumn 1988): A New Thrust in Electronics Research
Authors: Shealy, J. Richard
Krusius, J. Peter
Al-Omar, Abdul-Azeez
Weinzierl, Steven R.
Luk, Franklin T.
Schimmel, David E.
Torng, H. C.
Tang, C. L.
Bilardi, Gianfranco
Pollock, Clifford R.
Keywords: Engineering
Cornell University
Electronics Research
High-Speed Electron Devices
Supercomputer Simulation
Ultra-High-Speed Semiconductors
Signal Processing
Computer Architecture
Femtosecond Spectroscopy
Soliton Laser
Issue Date: 1988
Publisher: Internet-First University Press
Abstract: IN THIS ISSUE: Cornell and JSEP: A New Thrust in a Major Program of Electronics Research /2 ... Growing Crystalline Layers for New High-Speed Electron Devices /4 J. Richard Shealy ... Supercomputer Simulation for Understanding and Designing Ultra-High-Speed Semiconductor Devices /8 J. Peter Krusius, Abdul-Azeez Al-Omar, and Steven R. Weinzierl ... VLSI Arrays for Signal Processing /15 Franklin T. Luk and David E. Schimmel Innovations in Computer Architecture for Real-Time Signal Processing and Other Applications /18 H. C. Torng ... Measuring the Unimaginably Fast: Femtosecond Spectroscopy of Semiconductors and Large Molecules /22 C. L. Tang ... Area Vs. Time: A Tradeoff in a VLSI Computer /26 Gianfranco Bilardi ... Ultrafast Sampling with a Soliton Laser /31 Clifford R. Pollock ... Register /36 ... Faculty Publications /43
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/2441
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