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Items from Old ECS Groups > High Performance Computing Research Group in 1974
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Number of items: 9.

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Dubock, P. A., Zaluska, E. J. and Nichols, K. G. (1974) System software for computer-aided design in electronics on a small machine. Computer Aided Design, 6 . pp. 213-16.

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Bell, J. S. and Hey, A. J. G. (1974) "A Theoretical Argument for Something Like the Second Melosh Transformation", Physics Letters 51B. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Hey, A. J. G. and Weyers, J. (1974) "Quarks and Helicity Structure of Photoproduction Amplitudes", Physics Letters 48B. In: UNSPECIFIED. p. 69.

Nunn, D. (1974) A Self Consistent Theory of Triggered VLF Emissions. Planetary and Space Science. In: UNSPECIFIED. pp. 349-378.

Nunn, D. (1974) A Theoretical Investigation of Banded Chorus. In: UNSPECIFIED. pp. 189-212.

Nunn, D. (1974) Transmission of ELF Pulses to the GEOS Satellite. In: ESA/ESTEC Report, Nordwijk, Holland. p. 43.

Other

Hey, A. J. G. (1974) Polorization Effects in Electron Proton Scattering - Form Factors, Scaling, Quarks and SU(6) w.

Hey, A. J. G. (1974) SU(6) w and Decays of Baryon Resonances.

Hey, A. J. G. (1974) What do we learn from deep Inelastic scattering with polarized targets?

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