1965-02-01

Techniques for Measuring and Analyzing Random Data 650825

Techniques developed for measuring and analyzing random data in fields such as vibration, acoustics, seismology, and oceanography offer possibilities for new improvements in design and performance of systems. Basic theory and recent work on these matters are discussed in this paper, including methods for characterizing and estimating various parameters of nonstationary data.

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