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The Research Laboratory of Electronics
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PART I
SOLID STATE PHYSICS, ELECTRONICS, AND OPTICS
Section 1
Materials and Fabrication..................................
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Compound Semiconductor Materials and Devices...........................
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Chapter 1
Professor Clifton G. Fonstad, Jr.
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Introduction .......................................................
Epitaxy-on-Electronics Integration Technology ..................................
InGaAsP/GaAs Light Emitting Diodes Monolithically Integrated on GaAs
VLSI Electronics ....................................................
The OPTOCHIP Project ...............................................
Low-Temperature Growth of Aluminum-Free InGaP/GaAs/InGaAs LED and
Laser Diode Heterostructures by Solid Source MBE using a GaP Cell................
Dry-Etch Technololgy for Aluminum-free InGaP/GaAs/InGaAs Laser Diode
Facets and Deflectors...................................................
Monolithic Integration of Vertical-Cavity Surface-Emitting Laser Diodes on
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GaAs VLSI Electronics ..................
Compound Semiconductors ........
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Hyperthermal Molecular Beam Dry Etching of
Microwave Characterization of Optoelectronic Devices ...........................
Monolithic Integration of 1550 nm Photodetectors on GaAs Transimpedance
Amplifier Chips ....................................................
Design and Analysis of VCSEL-Based Resonant Cavity Enhanced Photodetectors .....
Si-on-GaAs: Monolithic Heterogeneous Integration of Si CMOS with GaAs
Optoelectronic Devices using EoE, SOl, and MEMS Techniques....................
Aligned, Selective-Area Wafer-Scale Bonding of Optoelectronic Devices on
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GaAs Integrated Circuits.........
Normal-Incidence Quantum Well Intersubband Photodetectors (QWIPs) for
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Monolithic Integration .............
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Physics of InAIAs/InGaAs Heterostructure Field-Effect Transistors ..............
Professor Jesus A. del Alamo
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Introduction ......................................
A New Measurement Technique for On-State Breakdown Voltage ..................
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On-State Breakdown Physics ..............
A New Model for On-state Breakdown Voltage..................................
Conclusions.......................................................
Publications.......................................................
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Epitaxial Growth and Processing of Compound Semiconductors ................
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Professor Leslie A. Kolodziejski, Dr. Gale S. Petrich
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Section 2
Chapter 1
Introduction ................
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Development of Semiconductor Optical Devices for All-Optical Communication Networks
Photonic Bandgap Structures ............ .. .................................
Growth of Bandgap-Engineered Distributed Bragg Reflectors ......................
Quantum-Effect Devices...
Single-Electron Electronics ......
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G oals and Objectives .....................................................
S um mary of Recent W ork ....... ...........................................
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Theory of Electron Transmission Through a Quantum Dot: Coulomb Blockade
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Professor Patrick A. Lee
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P roject Description ............
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Superconducting and Quantum-Effect Electronics...........................
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Professor Terry P. Orlando
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Chapter 4
Engineering Josephson Oscillators ...................................
Triangular Arrays of Josephson Junctions .............................
Nonlinear Dynamics Of Discrete Josephson Arrays ......................
Coupled Rings of Josephson Junctions: Interactions of Topological Kinks .....
Meissner-like States in Josephson Arrays..............................
Self-Field Effects on Flux Flow in Josephson Arrays .....................
Q uantum Device Sim ulations .......................................
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Nanostructures Technology, Research, and Applications .....................
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NanoStructures Laboratory .............
Scanning-Electron-Beam Lithography .............
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Spatial-Phase-Locked Electron-Beam Lithography ...............................
X -R ay Nanolithography ............
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Zone-Plate Based X-Ray and Deep-UV Projection Lithography .....................
Improved Mask Technology for X-Ray Lithography ..............................
Robust, High-Precision Mask Alignment and X-ray Exposure System ................
Interferom etric Lithography ..........
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Sub-100 nm Metrology Using Interferometrically Produced Fiducial Grids .............
Arrays of Nanomagnets for High-Density Information Storage ......................
Design and Fabrication of Single-Mask 50 nm MOSFETs .........................
CMOS Technology for 25 nm Channel Length ..................................
Fabrication of T-gate Devices Using X-ray Lithography ...........................
Single-Electron Transistor Research ..........
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One-Dimensional Photonic-Band-Gap Devices in SOl Waveguides..................
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4.17 Design and Fabrication of an Integrated Channel-Dropping Filter in InP ..............
4.18 Fabrication of an Integrated Optical Grating-Based Matched Filter for
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Fiber-Optic Com munications ..............
4.19 High-Dispersion, High-Efficiency Transmission Gratings for Astrophysical
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X-ray Spectroscopy ................
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Imaging ..............
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4.23 Field-Emitter-Array Flat-Panel Displays for Head-Mounted Applications ..............
4.24 Development of High-Speed Distributed Feedback (DFB) and Distributed-Bragg
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Sem iconductor Lasers ..............
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Subsurface Charge Accumulation Imaging ..................................
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Introduction .......................................................
Publications.......................................................
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Optics and Devices .....................................
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Optics and Quantum Electronics........................................
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Professor Hermann A. Haus, Professor Erich P. Ippen, Professor James G. Fujimoto,
Professor Peter L. Hagelstein, Dr. Brett E. Bouma, Dr. Jay N. Damask
Modelocked Lasers using Erbium-doped Glass Waveguide Amplifiers ...............
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Environmentally-Stable Stretched-Pulse Fiber Laser .............................
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High-Repetition Rate Laser Sources ...............
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Asynchronous Phase-Modulated Optical Fiber Buffer .............................
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Optical Pulse Filtering with Dispersion-Imbalanced Loop Mirrors ....................
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Stretched-Pulse Propagation .............
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Direct Measurement of Self-Phase Shift due to Fiber Nonlinearity ...................
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Optical Measurements of Photonic Bandgap Resonators in the Near Infrared ..........
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Ultrafast Gain-Index Coupling in InGaAsP Diode Lasers ..........................
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Ultrashort Pulse Generation and Ultrafast Phenomena ...........................
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Laser Medicine and Medical Im aging
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Analytical Confirmation of Stochastic Soliton Formulation .........................
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Local Consequences of Strong Phonon Excitation in a Lattice...................... 132
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Optical Propagation and Communication..........
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Professor Jeffrey H. Shapiro, Dr. Ngai C. Wong
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Introductio n .........
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Nonlinear and Quantum Optics....................
Object Detection and Recognition..................
Optical Frequency Metrology......................
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Professor Qing Hu
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Chapter 4
Introduction .............
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Micromachined SIS Millimeter-wave Focal-plane Arrays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Intersubband-transitions Lasers ....................
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Professor Rajeev J. Ram
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Section 4
Chapter 1
Introduction .............
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Band Structure and Optical Gain in Strained Layer Quantum Wells.
Band Gap Engineering of Distributed Bragg Reflectors ..........
Thermal Oxide for Ridge-Waveguide Semiconductor Lasers ......
High-Speed Semiconductor Laser Development ...............
Nonlinear Response of DFB Lasers .........................
High-Fidelity, High-Dynamic Range Fiber Communications .......
Device Level Modeling of Communication Systems .............
Analog Signal Transmission Using Surface Emitting Lasers.......
Surfaces and Interfaces.......................
Mesoscopic Quantum Magnetic Conductors................
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O rder Driven by Disorder................................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 9
Semiconductor Surface Studies .........................
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Professor John D. Joannopoulos
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Introduction .......................................
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Adatom Vacancies on the Si( 111)-(7x7) Surface ................
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Unified Approach for Calculation of Force-Constants and Accelerated Convergence
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Step Structures and Epitaxy on Semiconductor Surfaces ......................
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Anisotropic Coarsening of Self-Assembling Periodic Grooves ......................
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Section 1
Chapter 1
APPLIED PHYSICS
Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics ..................
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Quantum Optics and Photonics..................................
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Professor Shaoul Ezekiel, Dr. Selim M. Shahriar, Dr. Stephen P. Smith
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
Chapter 2
Polarization Selective Motional Holeburning for High-Efficiency, Degenerate
Optical Phase Conjugation in Rubidium ..................................
Demonstration of a Phase Conjugate Resonator using Degenerate Four-Wave
Mixing via Coherent Population Trapping in Rubidium .......................
Intracavity High-speed Turbulence Abberation Correction in a Sodium Phase
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Conjugate Resonator ............
Frequency-selective Time-domain Optical Data Storage by Electromagnetically
Induced Transparency in a Rare-earth Doped Solid .........................
Spin Coherence Excitation and Rephasing with Optically Shelved Atoms ........
Long-Term Optical Data Storage in Thick Holograms ........................
Atomic Interferometry for Nanolithography and Nonlinear Atom Optics ..........
Multi-atom Quantum Bits and Cavity Dark States for Quantum Computing in
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Spectral Holeburning Media .............
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Basic Atom ic Physics ................................................
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Chapter 1
1.1
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Section 3
Chapter 1
Determination of the Rydberg Frequency ......................................
Recurrence Spectroscopy of Rydberg Atoms in an Oscillating Field .................
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A tom Interferom etry ...............
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Precision Mass Spectrom etry of Ions .............
Cooling and Trapping Neutral Atoms .........................................
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Plasm a Physics .........................................
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Plasm a Dynam ics ...................................................
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Dr. Abhay K. Ram, Dr. Linda E. Sugiyama, Ronald J. Focia, Steven D. Schultz
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Plasma Wave Interactions-RF Heating and Current Generation ...................
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Physics of Thermonuclear Plasmas ...........
Electrom agnetics ...........................
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Electromagnetic Wave Theory and Applications ..............................
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Inversion of Sea Ice Param eters .............. .. .............................
Study of the Effects of Radio Interference on ILS ................................
Development of Atmospheric Attentuation Model ................................
SIR-C Polarimetric Radar Image Simulation and Interpretation ....................
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Polarimetric Passive Remote Sensing ...............
Analytic and Monte Carlo Studies on Electromagnetic Interactions with
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Analysis of Electromagnetic Interaction with Ships on the Ocean...................
Electromagnetic Waves in Complex Media ....................................
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Chapter 1
Research on SAR Simulation Model ..................................
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Remote Sensing and Estimation................................
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Geostationary Microwave Sounder Study ...........
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Algorithms for Operational Meteorological Satellite Instruments.....................
Development and Operation of an NPOESS Aircraft Sounder Testbed Passive
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Earth Observing System: Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit .....................
High-Resolution Passive Microwave Imaging of Atmospheric Structure ...............
Reduction of V ariation ............
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Computer-Aided Design...................................
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Chapter 1
Custom -Integrated Circuits ............................................
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PART III
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1.4
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Chapter 2
Interactive Learning Environment for Integrated Circuit Design .....................
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Cost-Effective Hybrid Vision Systems for Intelligent Highway Applications ............
Computer-Aided Design Techniques for Embedded System Design .................
Functional Verification of VLSI Systems ...........
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Computational Prototyping Tools and Techniques..........
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Chapter 3
Free-Surface Hydrodynamics for Offshore Structure Analysis ....
Simulation Tools for Micromachined Device Design ............
Simulation Algorithms for RF Circuits .......................
Numerical Techniques for Integral Equations .................
Efficient Three-Dimensional Interconnect Analysis .............
Computer-Assisted Prototyping of Advanced Microsystems...
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Distributed Collaborative Design and Prototyping Infrastructure...
Scheduling Language for Manufacturing Systems .............
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Chapter 1
Digital Signal Processing ..................................
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Digital Signal Processing Research Program ..............................
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Professor Alan V. Oppenheim, Professor Arthur B. Baggeroer, Professor Anantha P.
Chandrakasan, Professor Gregory W. Wornell
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Steganographic Com m unication
Data Transmission and Storage under Dynamic Bandwidth Constraints ..............
Underwater Acoustic Communication over Doppler Spread Channels................
Algebraic and Probabilistic Structure in Fault-Tolerant Computation .................
Estimation and Equalization of Wireless Fading Channels.........................
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Distributed Signal Processing ........... . ....
Transmit Antenna Arrays for Multiple-User Wireless Communication .................
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Approxim ate Signal Processing ...........
A Framework for Low-Complexity Communication Over Channels with Feedback ......
Analysis and Applications of Systems Exhibiting Stochastic Resonance ..............
Linear Models for Randomized Sampling of Discrete-Time Signals ..................
Modeling and Design of Approximate Digital Signal Processors and
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Parameter Estimation for Autoregressive Gaussian-Mixture Processes ...............
Array Processing Techniques for Broadband Mode Estimation .....................
Multiscale State-Space Algorithms for Processing 1/f Signals ......................
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Advanced Telecommunications and Signal Processing Program ................
Professor Jae S. Lim
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Regions of Support .............
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Signal Processing for Signals with Arbitrarily
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Speech Enhancement ..............
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Real-Time Video on the Internet .............
Digital Processing of Underwater Images .....................................
HDTV Transmission Format Conversion and the HDTV Migration Path ...............
Study on Migration to a Higher Resolution Digital Television System .................
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Microelectromechanical Systems .........................
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Section 1
Chapter 1
Computer Microvision for Microelectromechanical Systems .......................
Calibration of Fatigue Test Structures .............
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Modal Analysis of the Draper Gyroscope ......................................
Speckle Heterodyne Microscopy ............
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LANGUAGE, SPEECH, AND HEARING
Speech Communication...................................
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Speech Communication ..............................................
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Professor Kenneth N. Stevens, Dr. Joseph S. Perkell, Dr. Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel
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Section 2
Chapter 1
Studies of the Acoustics, Perception, Synthesis, and Modeling of Speech Sounds ......
Studies of Normal Speech Production .............
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Speech Research Relating to Special Populations ...............................
Speech Production Planning and Prosody .....................................
Models of Lexical Representation and Lexical Access ............................
Laboratory Facilities for Speech Analysis and Experimentation .....................
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Sensory Communication...................................
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Sensory Com munication..............................................
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Professor Louis D. Braida, Nathaniel I. Durlach, Dr. Cagatay Basdogan, Dr. Julie E.
Greenberg, Dr. William M. Rabinowitz, Dr. Charlotte M. Reed, Dr. Mandayam A.
Srinivasan, Dr. Thomas E.v. Wiegand, Dr. Patrick M. Zurek
Introduction ..........
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Hearing A id Research .......................................
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Enhanced Communication for Speechreaders ....................
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Tactile Comm unication of Speech.............................. ......... ..... 379
Multim icrophone Hearing Aids.................................
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Hearing-Aid Device Development ..............................
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Virtual Environment Technology for Training .....................
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Training for Remote Sensing and Manipulation ...................
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Training Spatial Knowledge Acquisition Using Virtual Environments ... .............. 398
1.11 Further Research on Superauditory Localization for Improved Human-Machine
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1.12 Role of Skin Biomechanics in Mechanoreceptor Response .................
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1.13 Force-Reflecting Soft-Tissue Models for Simulating Laparoscopic Surgical
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Auditory Physiology....................
Signal Transmission in the Auditory System .........
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Dr. Bertrand Delgutte, Dr. John J. Rosowski
M iddle and External Ear ...........................
Cochlear Mechanisms............. ................
Auditory Neural Coding of Speech ...................
Neural Mechanisms of Spatial Hearing ................
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Professor Morris Halle, Professor Noam A. Chomsky
1.1
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Introduction ............................
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Appendix A
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Appendix D RLE Research Support Index ....
Project Staff and Subject Index ...........
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