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Al-Hashimi, B. M. (1991) On the implementation of video filters using current feedback amplifiers. In: UNSPECIFIED. pp. 1154-1158.

Atkinson, J. K. and Cranny, A. (1991) The detection of gases using statistical pattern matching to learned responses of gas sensor arrays. In: Sensors: Technology, Systems and Applications, pp. 69-74, Adam Hilger, IOP Publishing Ltd..

Cranny, A. and Atkinson, J. K. (1991) The use of pattern recognition techniques applied to signals generated by a multi-element gas sensor array as a means of compensating for poor individual element response specificity. In: NATO ASI Series, Series E: Applied Sciences, Sensors and Systems for an Electronic Nose:, pp. 197-215, Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Cranny, A., Atkinson, J. K., Burr, P. M. and Mack, D. (1991) A comparison of thick and thin film gas sensitive organic semiconductor compounds. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 4 . pp. 169-174.

Petersen, K., Pourahmadi, F., Brown, J., Parsons, P., Skinner, M. and Tudor, M. (1991) Resonant beam pressure sensor fabricated with silicon fusion bonding. In: UNSPECIFIED.

White, N. M. and Brignell, J. E. (1991) A planar, thick-film load cell. Sensors and Actuators, 37-38 (1/3). pp. 313-319.

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