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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX A: BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SENSOR TECHNOLOGY." National Research Council. 1995. Expanding the Vision of Sensor Materials. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/4782.
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APPENDIX A
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SENSOR TECHNOLOGY

GENERAL REFERENCES

Books and Monographs

Allocca, A.J., and A. Stuart. 1984. Transducers: Theory and Application. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Reston.

Arthur, K. 1970. Transducer Measurements. Beaverton, Oregon: Tektronix.


Blake, M.P., and W.S. Mitchell. 1972. Vibration and Acoustic Measurement Handbook. New York: Spartan Books.


Cluley, J.C., 1985. Transducers for Microprocessor Systems. New York: Macmillan.


Edmonds, T.E. 1985. Chemical Sensors. New York: Blackie and Sons.


Farago, F.T. 1968. Handbook of Dimensional Measurement. New York: Industrial Press.

Fraden, J. 1993. AIP Handbook of Modern Sensors. New York: American Institute of Physics.


Giles, A.F. 1966. Electronic Sensing Devices. London: Newnes.

Göpel, W., J. Hesse, and J.N. Zemel. 1989. Sensors: A Comprehensive Survey, Vol. 4. New York: VCH.


Herbert, J.M. 1982. Ferroelectric Transducers and Sensors. New York: Gordon and Breach.

Hordeski, F.M. 1970. Transducers for Automation. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold.

Hordeski, G.M. 1985. Design of Microprocessor Sensor and Control Systems. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Reston.

Horne, D.F. 1988. Measuring Systems and Transducers for Industrial Applications. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: IOP Publishing.


Keast, D.N. 1968. Measurements in Mechanical Dynamics. New York: McGraw-Hill.


Neubert, H.K.P. 1975. Instrument Transducers. New York: Clarendon Press.

Norton, H.N. 1992. Sensor and Analyzer Handbook. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall.


Ohba, R. 1992. Intelligent Sensor Technology. New York: John Wiley & Sons.


Pallas-Areny, R., and J.G. Webster. 1991. Sensors and Signal Conditioning, New York: John Wiley & Sons.


Seippel, R.G. 1983. Transducers, Sensors and Detectors. Reston, Virginia: Reston Publishing Company.

Summer, E.S. 1969. Electronic Sensing Controls. Radnor, Pennsylvania: Chilton Book Company.


Wightman, E.J. 1972. Instrumentation in Process Control. Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press.

Woolvet, G.A. 1977. Transducers in Digital Systems. London: Peter Peregrinus.

Review Articles

Boles, T.T. 1990. Comparing piezoelectric and piezoresistive accelerometers. Sensors 7(11):32, 34–35.


EerNisse, E.P., R.E. War, and R.B. Wiggins. 1988. Survey of quartz bulk resonator technologies. IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control 35(3):323–330.


Giachino, J.M. 1986. Smart sensors. Sensor and Actuator 10:239–248.


Heerens, W.C. 1986. Application of capacitance techniques in sensor design. Journal of Physics E: Scientific Instruments 19(11):897–906.

Hernando, A., M. Vazquez, and J.M. Barandiaran. Metallic glasses and sensing applications. Journal of Physics E: Scientific Instruments 21(12):1129–1139.


Ketron, L. 1989. Ceramic sensors. Ceramic Bulletin 68(4):860–865.

Kersey, A.D. 1989. Fiber sensor devices and applications. P. 89 in Optical Fiber Communication Conference: Summaries of Papers. New York: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

Klein, M.L., F.K. Williams, and H.C. Morgan. 1957. Digital transducers. Instruments and Automation 30:1299–1300.


Middlehoek, S., and A.C. Hoogerwerf. 1985. Smart Sensors: When and Where? Sensors and Actuators 8(1):39–48.

Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX A: BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SENSOR TECHNOLOGY." National Research Council. 1995. Expanding the Vision of Sensor Materials. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/4782.
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Petty, M.C. 1988. Multilayer films for sensing applications. Acta Polytechnica Scandinavica, Electrical Engineering Series 63:116–137.


Thomson, J. 1957. Instrument transducers. Journal of Scientific Instruments 34(6):217–221.

Journals Dealing with Sensing

Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures. Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Technomic Publishing Co., Inc.


Proceedings of SPIE (the International Society for Optical Engineering). Bellingham, Washington: SPIE Press.


Sensors (including annual buyers guide). Peterborough, New Hampshire: Helmers Publishing.

Sensors and Actuators A, B, C. New York: Elsevier Science Publishing Co.

SENSING FLUID MECHANIC QUANTITIES

Books and Monographs

Benedict, R.P. 1977. Fundamentals of Temperature, Pressure and Flow Measurements. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Sensing Acoustic Quantities

Books and Monographs

Gayford, M.L. 1970. Electroacoustics: Microphones, Earphones, and Loudspeakers. London: Butterworth.


Keast, D.N. 1967. Measurements in Mechanical Dynamics. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Review Articles

Dias, J.F. 1981. Physical sensors using SAW devices. Hewlett-Packard Journal 32(12):18–20.


Langdon, R.M. 1985. Resonator sensors—A review. Journal of Physics E: Scientific Instruments 18(2):103–115.


Muller, R.S. R.T. Howe, S.D. Senturia, R.L. Smith, and R.M. White. 1990. Microsensors. New York: IEEE Press.


Sessler, G.M. 1991. Acoustic sensors. Sensors and Actuators A. 26(1):323–330.


Motamed, M.E. and R.W. White, ed. 1987. Special issue on acoustic sensors. IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control 34(2).

SENSING THERMAL QUANTITIES

Books and Monographs

ANSI. 1976. Temperature Measurement Thermocouples, ANSI Standard MC96.1-1975. Research Triangle Park, North Carolina: Instrument Society of America.


Baker, H.D., E.A. Ryder, and N.H. Baker. 1981. Temperature Measurement in Engineering, Volume 1. Stamford, Connecticut: Omega Press.


Hirzfeld, C.M., ed. 1962. Temperature—Its Measurement and Control in Science and Industry, Vol. 3, Pts. 1, 2, and 3. New York: Reinhold.


Sarshe, R.B. 1975. Semiconductor Temperature Sensors and Their Applications. London: Wiley Interscience.

Review Articles

Lucas, C. 1991. Infrared detection, some recent developments and future trends. Sensors and Actuators A 25(1–3):147–150.

Lynnworth, L.C., and D.R. Patch. 1970. Sensors for Ultrasound: Measuring Temperature Profiles. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: American Society for Testing and Materials.

SENSING OPTICAL QUANTITIES

Books and Monographs

Beesley, M.J. 1976. Lasers and their Applications. New York: Halstead Press.


Luxmoore, A.R. 1983. Optical Transducers and Techniques in Engineering Measurement. New York: Applied Science Publishers.


Melen, R., and D. Buss, eds. 1977. Charge Coupled Devices: Technology and Applications. New York: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Press.


Nimeroff, I., ed. 1972. Precision Measurement and Calibration Colorimetry. National Bureau of Standards Special Publication 300, Vol. 2. Washington D.C.: National Bureau of Standards.


Wright, W.D. 1963. The Measurement of Color. London: Hilger & Watts.

Review Articles

Sasaki, A. 1988. Optical and functional sensing devices. Sensors and Actuators 13(1):43–52.

Scheggi, A.M., H.J. Arditty, and L.B. Jeunhomme. 1985. Fiber optic sensor. Pp. 110–113 in Proceedings of the Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers, Vol. 586. Bellingham, Washington: SPIE Press.

SENSING NUCLEAR RADIATION

Books and Monographs

Price, W.J. 1964. Nuclear Radiation Detection. New York: McGraw-Hill.


Sharpe, J. 1960. Nuclear Radiation Measurement. London: Temple Press.

Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX A: BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SENSOR TECHNOLOGY." National Research Council. 1995. Expanding the Vision of Sensor Materials. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/4782.
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TACTILE AND DISPLACEMENT SENSORS

Books and Monographs

Hillis, W.D. 1987. Active Touch Sensing. MIT AI Memo 629. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.


John, G.W. 1988. Tactile Sensors for Robotics and Medicine. New York: John Wiley & Sons.


Ruocco, S.R. 1987. Robot Sensors and Transducers. New York: Halsted Press, Open University Press.

Russell, R.A. 1990. Robot Tactile Sensing. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

Review Articles

Dario, P., and D. DeRossi. 1985. Tactile sensors and the gripping challenge. IEEE Spectrum 22(8):46–52.

Dario, P. 1991. Tactile sensing: Technology and applications. Sensors and Actuators A 26(1):251–256.


Garrison, R.L., and S.S.M. Wang. 1973. Pneumatic touch sensor. IBM Technical Disclosure Bulletin 16(6):46–50.


Harmon, L.D. 1982. Automated tactile sensing. The International Journal of Robotics Research 1(2):3–32.


Larcombe, M.H.E. 1983. Tactile sensing. Pp. 97–102 in Robotic Technology. A. Pugh, ed. London: Peter Peregrinus.


Pennywitt, K.E. 1986. Robotic tactile sensing. Byte 11(1):177–200.

CHEMICAL SENSORS

Azad, A.M., S.A. Akbar, S.G. Mhaisalkar, L.D. Birkefeld, and K.S. Goto. 1992. Solid state gas sensors—A review. Journal of the Electrochemical Society 139(12):3690–3704.


Fundamental Reviews. 1992. Analytical Chemistry 64(12):1R-513R.


Hughes, R.C., A.J. Ricco, M.A. Butler, and S.J. Martin. 1991. Chemical microsensors. Science 254(5028):74.


Janata, J. 1989. Principles of Chemical Sensors. New York: Plenum Press.


Madou, M.J., and S. R. Morrison. 1989. Chemical Sensing and Solid State Devices. New York: Academic Press.

Mandelis, A., and C. Christofides. 1993. Physics, Chemistry and Technology of Solid State Gas Sensor Devices. Vol. 125 in Chemical Analysis. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Murray, R.W., R.E. Dessy, W.R. Heineman, J. Janata, and W.R. Seitz, eds. 1989. Proceedings of Symposium. American Chemical Society National Meeting held in Los Angeles, California, 1989 . ACS Symposium Series, Vol. 403. Washington, D.C.: American Chemical Society.

BIOMEDICAL SENSORS

Cobbold, R.S. 1974. Transducers for Biomedical Measurements: Principles and Applications. New York: John Wiley & Sons.


Newman, R.M., G.D. Fleming, W.P. Cheung, and W.H. Ko. 1980. Physical Sensors for Biomedical Applications. Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, Inc.

PRESSURE SENSORS

Tandeske, D. 1991. Pressure Sensors: Selection and Application. New York: M. Dekker.

Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX A: BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SENSOR TECHNOLOGY." National Research Council. 1995. Expanding the Vision of Sensor Materials. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/4782.
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