... Boveri Symposium on Nonemissive Electrooptic Displays, Baden, Switzerland,
1975. Nonemissive electrooptic displays. Includes indexes. 1. Information display
systems—Congresses. 2. Electrooptical devices–Congresses. I. Kmetz, A. R. II.
Author: A. Kmetz
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Shortly after the inception of the Brown Boveri Research Center in 1966, plans were made to organize a series of biennial scientific symposia. A dif ferent subject was to be chosen for each symposium with the following re quirements in mind: It should characterize a part of a scientific discipline; in other words, it should describe an area of scholarly study and research. It should be of current interest in the sense that important results have recently been obtained and considerable research effort is under way in the world's scientific community. In other words, there must be a good reason why the symposium should be held now, rather than five years earlier or five years later. It should bear some relation to the scientific and technological activity of Brown Boveri. These symposia are intimately related to one of the basic concepts which govern the work of our Research Center: Close coupling between science and engineering. It is to this coupling that we owe the technical standard of our products and it is this coupling which we hope will be furthered by our sym posia.
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Author: Mohammad A. Karim
Publisher: CRC Press
Covers principles, applications, and issues pertaining to all major elecro-optical displays presently in use, with discussion of display evaluation characteristics and human factor topics. Coverage includes: liquid crystal (LC) display properties, matrix addressing, and photoaddressing issues; time-
Includes entries for maps and atlases.
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Author: ASM International. Handbook Committee
CERAMIC & GLASSES is the work of more than 400 contributing authors & reviewers from 12 countries. This volume provides comprehensive information on processing, properties, testing & characterization, design, failure analysis & applications of various types of ceramics & glasses. The emphasis is on practical information that will be helpful for working engineers, technicians, researchers, educators, & students. Coverage ranges from bricks to superconductors, windows to data transmission lines. Contents include 170 articles divided into 15 major sections: Introduction *Ceramic Powders & Processing; *Forming & Predensification, & Nontraditional Densification Processes; Firing/Sintering: Densification, *Final Shaping & Surface Finishing; Glass Processing; Joining; Testing; Characterization; & NDE; *Failure Analysis; Design Considerations; Properties; Application for Traditional Ceramics; Structural Applications for Technical, Engineering, & Advanced Ceramics. Published by ASM International, Materials Park, OH 44073.
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Author: S. Mahajan
The development of electronic materials and particularly advances in semiconductor technology have played a central role in the electronics revolution by allowing the production of increasingly cheap and powerful computing equipment and advanced telecommunications devices. This Concise Encyclopedia, which incorporates relevant articles from the acclaimed Encyclopedia of Materials Science and Engineering as well as newly commissioned articles, emphasizes the materials aspects of semiconductors and the technologies important in solid-state electronics. Growth of bulk crystals and epitaxial layers are discussed in the volume and coverage is included of defects and their effects on device behavior. Metallization and passivation issues are also covered. Over 100 alphabetically arranged articles, written by world experts in the field, are each intended to serve as the first source of information on a particular aspect of electronic materials. The volume is extensively illustrated with photographs, diagrams and tables. A bibliography is provided at the end of each article to guide the reader to recent literature. A comprehensive system of cross-references, a three-level subject index and an alphabetical list of articles are included to aid readers in the abstraction of information.
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Press , New York and London ( 1975 ) . Kobayashi , T . : ABC of Electronic
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Author: Shoichi Matsumoto
This comprehensive introduction to the development of flat panel electronic displays covers basic principles and phenomena, materials and processing, device structures and fabrication, driving systems, and practical applications. Provides detailed descriptions of the state of the art in emissive and non-emissive display devices and their various uses. Some of the types included are LCD, ECD, PDP, ELD, VFD, LED and flat-CRT displays. Contains many tables, figures, illustrations and photographs.