CONVERSION OF GRAPHS INTO ELECTRICAL SIGNALS,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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This book presents the principles of the theory, construction, and circuits of converters of graphs of functions of one or two variables into electrical signals with the same law of change overtime as the converted function. The equipment that is described is used to automate the input of graphic information into an electronic computer, for the generation of pulses of any shape, and as indicators of nonlinear relationships in electric modeling, in program control systems, and in physics experiments. The book is intended for engineers and researchers working in radio electronics and can also be used by students in electrical and radio engineering faculties.
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