## Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, Volume 2Academic Press, 1992 - Physical sciences |

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Another part of this diversity arises from the mix of ANS research interest ranging

from the academic (for

speech recognition). This article will concentrate on general aspects of this ...

Another part of this diversity arises from the mix of ANS research interest ranging

from the academic (for

**example**, brain modeling) to the commercial (for**example**,speech recognition). This article will concentrate on general aspects of this ...

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Plasma Plasmas are made up of hot ions, atoms, and electrons interacting with

one another. The sun is a good

amount of light. The light from all stars and galaxies and interstellar space comes

from ...

Plasma Plasmas are made up of hot ions, atoms, and electrons interacting with

one another. The sun is a good

**example**and clearly radiates a tremendousamount of light. The light from all stars and galaxies and interstellar space comes

from ...

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Boolean algebra (not a subalgebra!) in which, if we denote the least upper bound

by *, the greatest lower bound by x , and the complement by ~", we have for x, y e

(a], ...

**EXAMPLE**. Let B be a Boolean algebra and a G B, a + 0. The ideal (a] is aBoolean algebra (not a subalgebra!) in which, if we denote the least upper bound

by *, the greatest lower bound by x , and the complement by ~", we have for x, y e

(a], ...

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Guide to Using the Encyclopedia ix Atomic Physics | 339 |

Approximations and Expansions 1 Atomic Spectrometry | 357 |

Archaeological Geology 31 Atomic Spectroscopy | 381 |

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