WELCOME TO MY WEB SITE !
The primary goal of this site
to accelerate the search process when
looking for references (bibliography) on noise, both in electronics
and biology. The on-hand data base being non-exhaustive, it is expected
that if someone cannot find exactly what he/she needs, at least the
overall time will be considerably reduced.
can be viewed as a tribute to individuals who contributed during the 20th
century, much affected by World War I and World War II, to
the progress of random signals and noise theory. The list of their
names is too long to be presented here.
It has also been my intention to
offer a welcome gift to
students, researchers, engineers and educators entering into the
attractive but difficult area of electronic noise. This kind of noise is largely destructive.
In contrast, recent advance in biology proved that bio-noise has mostly a positive role in the evolution of life
systems. This interesting property may explain why these rather far away
domains are put together on this site.
I should like to acknowledge the
contribution of all people who supported this work in various stages,
helped me to access their own (or team) publications, evaluate the
project and formulate valuable suggestions, provided assistance in HTML
language or kindly give me permission to use figures from their
publications. In alphabetical order, I should like to express my
Professor Gilles DAMBRINE, IEMN
University of Lille 1, France
Lecturer Sylvain FERUGLIO, University P.
& M. Curie, Paris, France
Professor Heiner LINKE,
Lund University, Sweden
Professor Florin POPENTIU, University of
Oradea, UNESCO Dept., Romania
Software Engineer Daniela RADU,
Toshiba Medical Visualization Systems Europe
TAKANE, Osaka Sangyo University, Japan
Ph.D. Alexandre VASILESCU (my son).
Last but not least, my gratitude
goes to all IEEE people that decided, developed and update the IEEE
Xplore Digital Library. Their efforts enormously improved efficiency in