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- Page 2 and 3: THE THEORY OF MATHEMATICAL .MACHINE
- Page 4: FOREWORD 1. Mathematical machines a
- Page 8: TABLE OF CONTENTS FOREWORD FOREWORD
- Page 11 and 12: an n'tuple of digits. If we have a
- Page 13 and 14: it from one state to the other. Con
- Page 15 and 16: us consider two cylinders side by s
- Page 17 and 18: tens transmission, feeding differen
- Page 19 and 20: can be checked. We have duplicated
- Page 21 and 22: The multiples are obtained as follo
- Page 23 and 24: to sort relative to either set of h
- Page 25 and 26: PART TWO: CONTINUOUS OPERATORS I. A
- Page 27 and 28: ~ometrically, the motion of the bev
- Page 29 and 30: cuit is power amplification. For in
- Page 31 and 32: tia~ion operator were a numerical q
- Page 33 and 34: other. Hence the point ° is fixed
- Page 35 and 36: it is referred to as the tooth circ
- Page 37 and 38: while the resistance from B to A is
- Page 39 and 40: esistance is (1 + 0 1 + O 2 ) P and
- Page 41 and 42: x pivot along the y bar, according
- Page 43 and 44: the little wheel and r its "pitch r
- Page 45 and 46: Let us suppose for simplicity in ou
- Page 47 and 48: particular, we are forced to assume
- Page 49 and 50: The curve which expresses a as a fu
- Page 51 and 52: Here a permanent· field is given b
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We must then hook our meter mo tor

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Another way of considering the abov

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can be used to discriminate against

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where, of course, R, C and L have t

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coincides with the spin axis. Conse

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which the motor is to go in one air

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x y X' X-y X-y S.M. lJ'F"FEIlENTlIl

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they provide adequate amplification

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c E that in the full wave rectifier

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e .so 100 ,. e 2tJtJ 60 300 "60 fOO

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developed a technique in which they

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in magnitude, while the response to

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8. For the purpose of electrical mu

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there will be a phase shift of 90°

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y term derivatives converge to the

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R INPVT and R, the impulse time for

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so that we need not write down the

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el -15.86 e- 1 t.ll t' + 5.86 e- 1

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SELSYN tJENERATOR SELSYN rfOTOR SEL

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vice m~y be based on a number of pr

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when an unbiased ,cathode resistor

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on the non-conducting walls of the

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existence theory for differential e

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We will maKe only one further exten

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Vo = x (y =) V1 = W1 + Yo (z =) V 2

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with startin~ values x~), ..• , x

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It is clear that (a) and (b) are eq

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5. The devices of the preceding sec

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8+ a-C .... However, in using this

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approximately.. (The amplification

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In connection with the feedback, th

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L2 (y) = J~o (H4 - H3 ) dy H~(x,y)

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nature of the arithmetrical oraans

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Input T Output from I tube plate I

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the multiplicand occurs at every st

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arithmetrical operations when this

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quantity in the accumulator immedia

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'Linear Hechanics, Parts I-IV. Wash

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which the wheel is displaced so tha

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course, permits a fraction of this

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present position. It is readIly see

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counteracted by a friction force at

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The two integraph wheels are connec

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around its axis. On one side of the

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that if-the axle of the integrating

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A similar argument shows that if we

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Erkki, Laurela. Soc. Sci. Fenn. Com

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Kamke, III: 37 Keyboard, I: 6-7a, 8

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THEORY OF FUNCTIONS J. F. RITT 0 DA