© 2001

Magnetic Storage Systems Beyond 2000

  • George C. Hadjipanayis

Part of the NATO Science Series book series (NAII, volume 41)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Rigid Media

    1. B. K. Middleton, M. M. Aziz
      Pages 1-23
    2. Dennis E. Speliotis
      Pages 25-53
    3. David N. Lambeth
      Pages 55-74
    4. Yoshihisa Nakamura
      Pages 75-102
    5. M. Futamoto, Y. Hirayama, Y. Honda, A. Kikukawa
      Pages 103-116
    6. J. C. Lodder, M. A. M. Haast, L. Abelmann
      Pages 117-143
    7. K. J. Kirk, S. McVitie, J. N. Chapman
      Pages 145-152
    8. G. J. Kusinski, K. M. Krishnan, D. Weller, B. D. Terris, L. Folks, A. J. Kellock et al.
      Pages 157-161
    9. D. J. Sellmyer, C. P. Luo, Hao Zeng
      Pages 163-170
    10. Y. Huang, H. Okumura, G. C. Hadjipanayis, D. Weller
      Pages 171-176
  3. Magneto Optical

    1. Vadim Parfenov, Vladimir Parfenov
      Pages 177-180
    2. J. Ferre
      Pages 181-200
    3. T. Suzuki, R. Sbiaa, M. Birukawa, Y. Itoh, G. Lauhoff, M. Mochida
      Pages 201-223
  4. Materials Characterization

    1. Henryk Szymczak, Rita Szymczak
      Pages 225-242
    2. Cristian Papusoi, Alexandru Stancu, Constantin Papusoi
      Pages 243-246
    3. M. Cerchez, P. R. Bissell, R. W. Chantrell, Al. Stancu, L. Stoleriu, P. Postolache
      Pages 247-250

About this book


An up-to-date and comprehensive review of magnetic storage systems, including particulate and rigid media, magnetic heads, tribology, signal processing spintronics, and other, future systems. A thorough theoretical discussion supplements the experimental and technical aspects. Each section commences with a tutorial paper, which is followed by technical discussions of current research in the area. Written at a level suitable for advanced graduate students.


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  • George C. Hadjipanayis
    • 1
  1. 1.University of DelawareNewarkUSA

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