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Publications List: http://www.tf.nist.gov/timefreq/general/publications.htm and please search on HOWE

ResearchGate statistics (researchgate.net) for RG-publications database:

  • 1,360 Citations
  • 5,540 views (includes downloads)
  • 0.61 Average impact per publication (0 – 1)
  • RG Score: 30.41 (is in top 90th percentile)
  • h-index: 22.1 (physics/math)

(As of 7/20/2016)

PUBLICATIONS, including Howe FIRSTS

  1. FREQUENCY STABILITY STATISTICAL ANALYSIS

TN: 1337 Characterization of Clocks and Oscillators

Confidence on the Second Difference Estimation of Frequency Drift

Wavelet Analysis for Synchronization and Timekeeping

Wavelet Variance, Allan Variance, and Leakage

Circular Representation of Infinitely Extended Sequences

Interpreting Oscillatory Frequency Stability Plots

Simulation Study Using a New Type of Sample Variance

Effect of Drift on TOTALDEV

Methods of Improving the Estimation of Long-Term Frequency Variance

Accurate Frequency Comparisons at the 1×10-15 Level

Total TDEV

Total Variance as an Exact Analysis of the Sample Variance

Limited Live-Time Measurements of Frequency Stability

Total Variance Explained

Total Variance, an Estimator of Long-Term Frequency Stability

The Total Deviation Approach to Long-Term Characterization of Frequency Stability

Generalization of the Total Variance Approach to the Modified Allan Variance

Very Long-term Frequency Stability: Estimation using a Special-purpose Statistic

FREQUENCY UNCERTAINTY ANALYSIS FOR JOSEPHSON VOLTAGE STANDARD

THEO1: CHARACTERIZATION OF VERY LONG-TERM FREQUENCY STABILITY

TheoH: a hybrid, high-confidence statisticthat improves on the Allan deviation

TheoH and Allan Deviation as Power-Law Noise Estimators

TheoH Bias Removal Method

Fast TheoBR: A Method for Long Data Set Stability Analysis

CHARACTERIZING DYNAMIC EFFECTS OF OSCILLATOR POWER CYCLING

Enhancements to GPS Operations and Clock Evaluations Using a “Total” Hadamard Deviation

Limited Live-Time Measurements of Frequency Spectra

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