Final Report on Adaptive Beamforming and Adaptive Filtering with Application to Adaptive Hydrophone Arrays

Final Report on Adaptive Beamforming and Adaptive Filtering with Application to Adaptive Hydrophone Arrays

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1809 edition. Excerpt: ...-p?e of the Percy, where the 70nour of his family' was concerned, he, no.doubt, could have drank copious libations Ib( hot blood to the monster's destruction. As the lieutenant-colonel had been with the regiment three days when the letter arrived, and had reviewed it that very.. '. moi-.i-g, idSrnihg, leave of absence on so solemn.an occasion'was readily obtained; therefore, slipping on ah old suit of uniform, erid a svrtoiit over it, the day having turned oiit very rainy, he took advantage of a sloop bound to Falmouth, and on the third evening arrived at the Cottage. But finding ftebecca's intelligence tending more to confuse than to inform, and being told that the good Dr. Sibthorpe was in all tbfc (tear Inch/' secrets, he woxild not alight from his Horse, which he had borrowed of a brother officer at Falmouth, who happened td see him when landing, but pursued his route for the village; when, soon passing a gentleman on horseback, he had not proceeded twenty yards further before he heard himself called by name, lie stopt--returned..' " I heg pardon, Sir, for stopping you So abruptly, '" said the gentleman; ivho, in fact, was Dr. Sibthorpe; " but expecting a military gentleman in the lieigh'bourhood, and fancying Idiscovered a-uniform H 2 under under your surtout. may I ask if your name is Nobleville?" An eclaircissement immediately toot place, when the Doctor continued--" Will you take up your abode for the night at my house, Captain? or shall I return with you to our dear young friendss Cottage?.," The Captain, whose heart was too much oppressed for words, pointed towards the Cottage; ....-. "With all; my heart, Sir," said the Doc'tor; " we shall there be more private; indeed, I was going thither/ to try if I could procure any...show more

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  • Paperback | 104 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 200g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236677919
  • 9781236677914