- Conceptual novelty of the technique and the demonstration of its wide scope of applications- Detailed exposition of the principles of spin-stand magnetic microscopy- Comprehensive discussions of novel image reconstruction techniques- Demonstration of high resolution spin-stand images of hard disk data- Presentation of sector-by-sector ex-situ forensics of hard disk files- Extensive studies of data-dependent thermal relaxations of magnetization patterns recorded on hard disks
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2. Scanning Mechanism of the Spin-Stand Microscopy Technique
3. Magnetization Image Reconstruction
4. Extraction and Scaling of the Head Response Function
5. Intersymbol Interference Removal
II. Spin-Stand Microscopy: Applications
6. High-Speed Ex-Situ Spin-Stand Microscopy of Hard Disk Data
7. Spin-Stand Based Forensic Studies of Hard Disk Data
8. Spin-Stand Microscopy of Transverse Magnetization
9. Spin-Stand Study of Data-Dependent Thermal Relaxations
A. Overview of Hard Disk Drive Components and Technology
B. Implementation of ISI-Removal Algorithm
C. Aligning Algorithm
Prof. Mayergoyz received his Master and Ph.D. degrees in the former Soviet Union where he worked as a senior research scientist in the Institute of Cybernetics of Ukranian Academy of Sciences before his emigration to the United States. On his arrival to the United States in 1980, he became a full professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of University of Maryland, College Park. He served as a consultant for many years for the Research and Development Center of General Electric Company and has been selected as a visiting research fellow of this center. He has published more than 300 scientific papers and patents as well as eight scientific books. He has been recognized by many awards at the University of Maryland and at the Magnetics Society of IEEE. He is a recognized authority in magnetics which is the area of this book.
Dr. Chun Tse received his Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering in 2003 from the University of Maryland at College Park. His research work is concentrated in the area of spin-stand magnetic microscopy and its applications. He is currently an Assistant Research Scientist at the ECE Department of the University of Maryland, College Park. He has published 13 papers in journals such as IEEE Transactions on Magnetics and Journal of Applied Physics. His publications are closely related to the topic of the book.