ON THE REDUCTION OF INTERFERENCE BETWEEN TWO SEQUENCES OF EVENTS.
NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON D C
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The outline of a proof for a rather obvious theorem and two corollaries concerning two sequences of periodic events is provided. It is then shown that this theorem and its corollaries can be used to select the periods between periodic events in two sequences so that when interference between events does occur, such interference cannot be repeated in fewer than a specified number of repetition periods. The advantages to be gained by this method of selecting event repetition periods in sets of periodic sequences are discussed briefly. Author
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