Measurement of Power Spectra from the Point of View of Communication Engineering, parts I and II.
BSTJ vol XXXVII numbers 1 & 2, January and March 1958; Blackman & Tukey's article in 2 parts.
Condition: Very Good overall; two individual issues of BSTJ offered here as one lot, to include Blackman & Tukey's article in full, both parts; as well as W A Shewhart's Nature and Origin of Standards of Quality and Gordon Raisbeck's Attenuation in Continuously Loaded Coaxial Cables. Blue wraps, spines sunned, March issue chipped at lower spine with some paper loss along lower front cover; January issue front cover corners creased, upper spine abrasion, textblock edges foxed & dusty overall. Bindings of each issue dry & beginning to crack, but no loose pages; internally unmarked, clean.
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Item DescriptionContents Volume XXXVI number 1 January 1958 -- 'This issue devoted to a selection of articles dealing with various phases of mathematical statistics and quality control...' includes Nature and Origin of Standards of Quality (Shewhart);
contribution of statistics to development program of a transformer for the L3 carrier system (Levenbach); Runs determined in a sample by an arbitrary cut (Olmstead); Properties of control chart zone tests (Roberts); A Criterion to Limit Inspection effort in continuous sampling plans (Murphy); Nonparametric definition of the Representativeness of a sample - with Tables (Sobel and Huyett); Fluctuations of Random Noise Power (Slepian);
The Measurement of Power Spectra from the Point of View of Communication Engineering - Part I (R B Blackman and J W Tukey);
Volume XXXVI number 2 March 1958 -- Telephone (Green); Tone Ringing and Pushbutton Calling (Meacham, Power & West); Attenuation in Continuously Loaded Coaxial Cables (Gordon Raisbeck); New Developments in Military Switching (Gilmore, Gray & Irvine); A Proposed High Frequency, Negative Resistance Diode (W T Read, Jr); Broadband Oscilloscope Tube (Brangaccio, Dietrich & Sullivan); Optimum Tolerance Assignment to Yield Minimum Manufacturing Cost (Evans);
The Measurement of Power Spectra from the Point of View of Communication Engineering - Part II (R B Blackman and J W Tukey); more.