Texas Biannual of Electronics Research Number 22.
Summary rept. 1 Apr-30 Sep 75,
TEXAS UNIV AT AUSTIN ELECTRONICS RESEARCH CENTER
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This Twenty-Second Edition of the Texas Biannual of Electronics Research includes recent findings, descriptions of ongoing research investigations, progress reports and future plans in the five areas of solid state electronics, information systems, plasma and quantum electronics, biomedical electronics, and acoustics and radio sciences. Among the many write-ups about information systems included in this edition is a significant report about program proving and strong verification of programs for applications to electronic computer software systems. Another significant report appears in the plasma and quantum electronics section. Elastic electron scattering amplitudes are detemined and have practical utility for interpretation of low-energy electron diffraction data. A third significant report appears in the solid state electronics section. Important experimental findings about a large refractive index change by photolysis in lead iodide are described. Since optical refractive properties of solids are exploited in opto-electronic devices, these experimental results have potential applications to optical data recording systems, integrated optical circuits, and laser-holographic display of three-dimensional images. Author
- Electrooptical and Optoelectronic Devices
- Electricity and Magnetism
- Solid State Physics