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Estimating threedimensional motion parameters of a rigid planar patch, III: Finite point correspondences and threeview problem
 in Proc. IEEE Int. Conf ASSP
"... noise electron tubes, and superconductive parametric and storage devices. In 1965 he performed an experiment which first proved the existence of the Magnus force in superconductors and was a corecipient of the RCA Research Award for the development of a superconductive parametric amplifier. In 19 ..."
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noise electron tubes, and superconductive parametric and storage devices. In 1965 he performed an experiment which first proved the existence of the Magnus force in superconductors and was a corecipient of the RCA Research Award for the development of a superconductive parametric amplifier
Parametrically pumped superconducting circuits
, 2013
"... In this licentiate thesis, I present the design, fabrication, and characterization of superconducting parametric resonators, for use in quantum information processing. These devices are quarterwavelength coplanar waveguide resonators ( ≈ 5 GHz), terminated at one end by a nonlinear inductance pro ..."
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In this licentiate thesis, I present the design, fabrication, and characterization of superconducting parametric resonators, for use in quantum information processing. These devices are quarterwavelength coplanar waveguide resonators ( ≈ 5 GHz), terminated at one end by a nonlinear inductance
Parametric resonance in superconducting micronscale waveguides
 J. Appl. Phys
, 1997
"... A parametric resonance due to temperature oscillations in superconducting micronscale waveguides is considered. Oscillations of superconductor temperature are assumed to be induced by the irradiation of the waveguide with a laser beam. The laser power and parameters of the waveguide providing a po ..."
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A parametric resonance due to temperature oscillations in superconducting micronscale waveguides is considered. Oscillations of superconductor temperature are assumed to be induced by the irradiation of the waveguide with a laser beam. The laser power and parameters of the waveguide providing a
A SUPERCONDUCT1 NG PARAMETRIC OSCILLATOR FOR USE IN INFRARED FREQUENCY SYNTHESIS
"... Superconducting cavities and oscillators have truly come into their own over the last few years in the field of time and frequency. ..."
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Superconducting cavities and oscillators have truly come into their own over the last few years in the field of time and frequency.
Stimulated superconductivity at strong coupling
"... Stimulating a system with time dependent sources can enhance instabilities, thus increasing the critical temperature at which the system transitions to interesting lowtemperature phases such as superconductivity or superfluidity. After reviewing this phenomenon in nonequilibrium BCS theory (and its ..."
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Stimulating a system with time dependent sources can enhance instabilities, thus increasing the critical temperature at which the system transitions to interesting lowtemperature phases such as superconductivity or superfluidity. After reviewing this phenomenon in nonequilibrium BCS theory (and
A Wideband, LowNoise Superconducting Amplifier with High Dynamic Range
"... Amplifiers are ubiquitous in electronics and play a fundamental role in a wide range of scientific measurements. From a user’s perspective, an ideal amplifier has very low noise, operates over a broad frequency range, and has a high dynamic range it is capable of handling strong signals with littl ..."
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the quantummechanical limit.[2] Indeed, microwave frequency superconducting Josephson parametric amplifiers[3, 4] do approach the quantum limit, but generally are narrow band and have very limited dynamic range. In this paper, we describe a superconducting parametric amplifier that overcomes
COLOR SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN COLD, DENSE QUARK
, 2000
"... We review what is different and what is similar in a color superconductor as compared to an ordinary BCS superconductor. The parametric dependence of the zerotemperature gap, φ0, on the coupling constant differs in QCD from that in BCS theory. On the other hand, the transition temperature to the su ..."
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We review what is different and what is similar in a color superconductor as compared to an ordinary BCS superconductor. The parametric dependence of the zerotemperature gap, φ0, on the coupling constant differs in QCD from that in BCS theory. On the other hand, the transition temperature
PARAMETRIC GRAVITY WAVE DETECTOR
, 2001
"... Since 1978 superconducting coupled cavities have been proposed as a sensitive detector of gravitational waves. The interaction of the gravitational wave with the cavity walls, and the resulting motion, induces the transition of some energy from an initially excited cavity mode to an empty one. The e ..."
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Since 1978 superconducting coupled cavities have been proposed as a sensitive detector of gravitational waves. The interaction of the gravitational wave with the cavity walls, and the resulting motion, induces the transition of some energy from an initially excited cavity mode to an empty one
Stimulating uncertainty: Amplifying the quantum vacuum with superconducting circuits
, 2012
"... The ability to generate particles from the quantum vacuum is one of the most profound consequences of Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle. Although the significance of vacuum fluctuations can be seen throughout physics, the experimental realization of vacuum amplification effects has until now been l ..."
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describes several mechanisms for generating photons from the quantum vacuum and emphasizes their connection to the wellknown parametric amplifier from quantum optics. Discussed in detail is the possible realization of each mechanism, or its analog, in superconducting circuit systems. The ability
NONLINEAR EFFECTS IN THE He−FILLED SUPERCONDUCTING RF SYSTEMS*
"... Thermally induced nonlinear phenomena in superconducting niobium microstrip resonators filled by liquid helium are studied. With increasing input power a resonance curve of the resonator revealed the nonlinear behaviour and its form depended on the rate and direction of the microwave generator fr ..."
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Thermally induced nonlinear phenomena in superconducting niobium microstrip resonators filled by liquid helium are studied. With increasing input power a resonance curve of the resonator revealed the nonlinear behaviour and its form depended on the rate and direction of the microwave generator
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