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Oscillations, Waves, and Interactions

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Oscillations, Waves, and Interactions
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Publisher: Universitätsverlag Göttingen
ISBN-13: 9783938616963
Number of pages: 485

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The subjects covered vary from speech and hearing research to flow control and active control systems, from bubble oscillations to cavitation structures, from ordering phenomena in liquids and one-dimensional solids to complex dynamics of chaotic nonlinear systems, from laser speckle metrology to ring laser gyroscopes, from biophysics to medical applications in ophthalmology as well as extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy.

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