Statistical modeling of magnetic tape noise
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The objective of this thesis is to examine the means by which a model for the signal and noise associated with magnetic tape recording can be developed. A general model is first created in terms of signal, signal-dependant noise and signal-independent noise. Analysis is then performed on the signal-independent noise to characterize the statistical nature of this noise. The signal-dependant noise is than isolated to determine the modal to be used for this type of noise. Simulations are generated to ensure that the procedures used on the actual data are valid. Once the modal for the signal-dependant noise is formed, it is than implemented into the general modal to provide a better understanding of it. After a modal has been established, it will be easier to find ways of reducing the noise, thereby producing higher quality magnetic tape recorders.
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Records of the Southern Superintendency of Indian Affairs 1832-70. On the 22 rolls of this microfilm publication are reproduced the records of the Southern Superintendency of Indian Affairs, 1851-70 and of its predecessor the Western Superintendency 1834-51. A few earlier records of the Choctaw Nation are also included. The National Archives of the United States (1870-08-18)
[Records of the Southern Superintendency of Indian Affairs] on the 22 rolls of this microfilm publication are reproduced the records of the Southern Superintendency of Indian Affairs, 1851-70, and of its predecessors the Western Superintendency, 1834-51. The National Archives of the United States (1870-00-00)
Allen, Paul (Texas Tech University, 1978-12)Not Available.