## A Methodology for Systems Engineering, Volume 24 |

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Such scales are also called

Such scales are also called

**equal**- unit scales , the important property over lower level scales being that numerically**equal**differences stand for empirically**equal**differences relative to the common attribute being measured .Page 414

the application of the pulse and the appearance of an output

the application of the pulse and the appearance of an output

**equal**to one - half the steady - state response . The rise time is defined to be the slope of the response evaluated at the instant when the response is half its steady ...Page 425

In his " fundamental theorem , ” Shannon shows that R can exceed neither H nor C. He proved that there theoretically exists a coding system such that ( 1 ) if H = C , R can be made

In his " fundamental theorem , ” Shannon shows that R can exceed neither H nor C. He proved that there theoretically exists a coding system such that ( 1 ) if H = C , R can be made

**equal**to H - e , or ( 2 ) if H > C , R can be made ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

WHAT IS SYSTEMS ENGINEERING? | 3 |

THE TD2 RADIO RELAY SYSTEM | 23 |

CHAPTER PAGE | 32 |

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