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Compact total irradiance monitor: Flight demonstration

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Dave Harber, John H. Lehman, Nathan A. Tomlin, Christopher S. Yung, Malcolm G. White, Zach Castleman, Ginger Drake, Samuel Van Dreser, Nat Farber, Karl Heurman, Joel Rutkowski, Alan Sims, Jacob Sprunck, Cameron Straatsma, Isaac Wanamaker, Wengang Zheng, Greg Kopp, P. Pilewskie, Michelle S. Stephens
The long-term balance between Earth’s absorption of solar energy and emission of radiation to space is a fundamental climate measurement. Total solar irradiance

Josephson Junctions for Metrology Applications

Author(s)
Samuel P. Benz
The Josephson effect has revolutionized voltage metrology [1-5] and, together with the quantum Hall effect for resistance and atomic clocks for time and

Integrated Operations Management for Distributed Manufacturing

Author(s)
Timothy A. Sprock, Michael E. Sharp, William Z. Bernstein, Michael P. Brundage, Moneer M. Helu, Thomas D. Hedberg
In traditional manufacturing operations management systems, the four pillars of ISA-95 (production, quality, maintenance, inventory) are each implemented as

Resonant X-ray Emission and Valence-band Lifetime Broadening in LiNO3

Author(s)
John Thomas Vinson, Terrence J. Jach, Matthias Mueller, Rainer Unterumsberger, Burkhard Beckhoff
X-ray absorption and resonant inelastic x-ray scattering measurements are carried out on lithium nitrate LiNO3. Echoing previous studies on ammonium nitrate,

Screening for Next Generation Refrigerants

Author(s)
Piotr A. Domanski
The availability of refrigerants having low global warming potential (GWP) varies between different applications as it is demonstrated by four system types.

Temporal pattern recognition with delayed feedback spin-torque nano-oscillators

Author(s)
Mathieu Riou, Jacob Torrejon, B. Garitaine, Flavio Abreu Araujo, Paolo Bortolotti, Vincent Cros, Sumito Tsunegi, K. Yakushiji, Akio Fukushima, Hitoshi Kubota, Shinji Yuasa, Damien Querlioz, Mark D. Stiles, Julie Grollier
The recent demonstration of neuromorphic computing with spin-torque nano-oscillators has opened a path to energy efficient data processing. The success of this
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