Experimental Elasticity: A Manual for the Laboratory
by G.F.C. Searle
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 1908
Number of pages: 220
G. F. C. Searle (1864-1954) was a British physicist who made notable contributions to the development of laboratory physics and theories of electromagnetic mass. First published in 1933, as the second edition of a 1908 original, this book was based on the manuscript notes prepared by Searle for the use of students attending his practical physics classes at the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge.
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- Lea and Blanchard
A collection of experiments in various branches of science, including acoustics, electricity, magnetism, arithmetic, hydraulics, mechanics, chemistry, hydrostatics, optics, the air-pump, all the popular tricks and changes of the cards, etc.
by J. C. Lemm - arXiv.org
A particular Bayesian field theory is defined by combining a likelihood model, providing a probabilistic description of the measurement process, and a prior model, providing the information necessary to generalize from training to non-training data.
by Arthur Schuster - Cambridge University Press
This volume is intended for students who, having obtained an elementary knowledge of experimental work in Physics, desire to become acquainted with the principles and methods of accurate measurement. This book is published in 1901.
by Frederick Foreman Good - The Macmillan Company
These experiments should form part of a physics course which includes class discussions and demonstrations. They were used for several years in a beginners' course in practical physics. The materials and procedure have been worked out in detail.