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This quantity includes assessment articles overlaying a vast variety of issues in picture processing and research. the themes coated contain snapshot research - which has united and harmonized a number of heterogeneous fabric; modern techniques to the Fourier rework; quantity theoretic transforms, that are rather beautiful for discrete, finite indications; using the Wigner distribution - which encodes either spatial and spectral details, for picture filtering; and purposes of the concept that of data power. those updated surveys are meant to supply the reader with entry to the newest ends up in the tremendous lively box of snapshot technology.

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This does not mean that the method should fail. The reason is that the relative error was calculated taking Eq. (33) as the exact value. However, there is a slight nonlinearity between the Hall voltage and the applied magnetic field B, a secondary effect not included in Eq. (33). 1. The theoretical relationship (33) has also been drawn. 5, numerical results are close to the theoretical ones, especially for high values of ZM,which is the number of unknowns for one side (the total number of unknowns is then 12ZM).

The same conclusion still holds because one observes that the numerical results with analytic approximations are closer to the theoretical curve. As a general conclusion of this section, one can state that the introduction of analytic approximations that include the singularities at the corners is only useful if the number of corners is limited to eight. 1X. CONCLUSION In this article two objectives concerning Hall-effect devices have been outlined. First, a review was given concerning several methods for calculating the potential distribution in a Hall plate.

The boundary C can then be approximated by a straight line and p(r) can be considered a constant p. , r tends to the boundary C), the term -p(r)/2 remains. This problem does not occur for the tangential component (r - r')-u, because this integrand is an odd function of q. There are no fundamental discontinuities for tangential components. C. Numerical Solution of the Integral Equations In order to solve the integral equations (47) and (48) numerically, the boundary C has to be divided into n elements ACi.

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