## Get a Great Deal on a TI-84 Plus Graphing Calculator at Staples

Promote understanding of math and engineering in a classroom or conference with this Texas Instruments TI-84 PLUS graphing calculator.

Engage in complex mathematics at work or during exams with this graphing calculator. MathPrint technology allows symbols, formulas or stacked fractions to be entered, and the alphabetical catalog displays every function in a single menu. The back-lit color display shows equations or graphs, and horizontal or vertical split-screen views let you compare data easily. Ten graphing functions can be defined and saved at once, while 24KB of RAM supplies ample space for applications, variables and other data. A USB cable and TI Connect software in this Texas Instruments graphing calculator enable data transfer from a computer and let you place graphs over imported images.

- Graphing calculator offers 10-digit 8-line LCD display for showing graphs and charts
- Explore math expressions in symbolic form, see patterns, and understand the math behind the formulas
- Dimensions: 2″H x 10″W x 13″D
- Operates on four AAA-type batteries for portability
- 480KB ROM memory and 24KB RAM memory capacity to tackle complex computing
- Amortization, cash flow, and time value of money (TVM) functions make financial calculations streamlined
- Graphing functions, including polar, sequence, zoom, parametric plot, histogram, scatter plot, cobweb plot, and much more
- Package content: hard case, unit-to-unit USB cable
- Comes loaded with 10 software applications, including cabri jr. , studyCards, science tools, vernier easyData, topics in algebra 1, learning check, conic graphing, and more
- Computerized algebra system (CAS) enables a deeper understanding of abstract concepts in math and science
- Built-in USB port makes data transfer to your computer easier than ever, for deeper data analysis
- Comes in black color
- 1-year manufacturer limited warranty

**Plenty of Calculating Power for Complex Equations and Formulas **

The Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Graphing Calculator comes with 480KB of flash ROM and 24KB of RAM, offering storage space for formulas, apps, and notes, while providing powerful calculating ability to solve complex equations.

**Large Screen Provides Space for Graphs, Charts, and Long Equations **

The TI-84 Plus has a 16-character, 8-line black-and-white display with adjustable contrast for showing scatter plots, line graphs, and other graphics with ease. It also has room to display the calculator’s advanced functions, which are accessible through pull-down display menus.

**Easy To Integrate Into Classrooms Already Using the TI-83 Plus **

The Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus matches the TI-83 Plus keystroke for keystroke, making the integration of a new device easy. Students using either device can follow the same instructions, and perform the same calculations, regardless of which model they are using.

**USB Connectivity Expands Learning Opportunities **

A built-in USB port allows the TI-84 Plus to connect to compatible graphing calculators, allowing you to compare and contrast data with fellow students. It can also connect to computers to download data into spreadsheet programs or compatible software programs for analysis.

**Electronic Upgrades Provide the Most Up-to-Date Software **

Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Graphing Calculator can download software, and updated and new apps that make teaching and learning easy. Software updates ensure that your classroom always has the newest tools for education. The graphing calculator comes preloaded with more than 10 educational apps, and many more are available.

**Package Contents **

Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Graphing Calculator, USB cable, and user’s manual.

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### What’s in the box?

- x1 Ti-84 Plus Graphing Calculator
- x1 Protective Slide Cover
- x1 Backup Battery
- x1 Backup Battery Cover
- x1 Manual
- x1 USB to Mini USB Data Transfer Cable
- x4 AAA Batteries

### Encourage students to engage in math and science

The TI-84 Plus graphing calculator is ideal for high school math and science. Its MathPrint™ feature engages students by enabling them to enter fractions and equations in proper notation so they see it on the display exactly as it’s printed in text and on the board.

Standardized testing organizations have approved the TI-84 Plus for use on the PSAT^{®}, SAT^{®}, and ACT^{®} college entrance exams, IB^{®} Diploma Programme and AP^{®} tests.

##### Built-in functionality

- Advanced functions accessed through pull-down display menus
- Real and complex numbers calculated to 14-digit accuracy and displayed with 10 digits plus a two-digit exponent
- Graphs 10 rectangular functions, six parametric expressions, six polar expressions and three recursively-defined sequences
- Up to 10 graphing functions defined, saved, graphed and analyzed at one time
- Sequence graphing mode shows time series plot, cobweb/stair-step plot and phase plots
- User-defined list names; lists store up to 999 elements
- Fourteen interactive zoom features
- Function evaluation table shows numeric evaluation of functions in table format
- Interactive analysis of function values, roots, maximums, minimums, integrals and derivatives
- Seven different graph styles for differentiating the look of each graph drawn
- Horizontal and vertical split-screen options
- Matrix operations including inverse, determinant, transpose, augment, reduced row echelon form and elementary row operations; convert matrices to lists and vice-versa
- List-based one- and two-variable statistical analysis, including logistic, sinusoidal, median-median, linear, logarithmic, exponential, power, quadratic polynomial, cubic polynomial, and quadratic polynomial regression models
- Three statistical plot definitions for scatter plots, xy-line plots, histograms, regular and modified box-and-whisker plots, and normal probability plots
- Advanced statistics features including 10 hypothesis testing functions, seven confidence interval functions and one-way analysis of variance
- Fifteen probability distribution functions including Normal, Student-t, Chi-square, Binomial and Poisson
- Business functions including Time-Value-of-Money (TVM), cash flows, and amortization; full screen interactive editor for solving TVM problems
- Interactive equation solver editor for solving for different variables in an equation.
- Alphabetical CATALOG of all TI calculator operations in one menu
- All TI-83 Plus graphing calculators are fully compatible with TI-84 Plus family calculators

##### Hardware

- 8-line by 16-character display
- Powered by four AAA batteries with a lithium battery backup to protect RAM memory during main battery change
- Impact-resistant slide case
- TI Connectivity Cable included
- 480 KB ROM memory for data archive and storage of apps
- 24KB of available RAM memory

##### Applications

- Included apps: Cabri™ Jr., Catalog Help, Conic Graphing, Inequality Graphing, LearningCheck™, Polynomial Root Finder and Simultaneous Equation Solver, Probability Simulation, Science Tools, StudyCards™ , Topics in Algebra 1, Transformation Graphing, Vernier EasyData
^{®} - Apps are available from TI and other leading developers

##### Programming

- Supports TI-Basic and ASM programming
- Programming capability with the number of programs limited only by available memory
- App SDK available

##### Connectivity

- Electronically upgradable graphing calculator allows you to have the most up-to-date functionality and software applications (apps)
- USB cable and TI Connect™ CE software application allow information to be transferred to and from a computer

##### Data-collection support

- Compatible with CBL™ 2 device, CBR™ 2 motion sensor, Vernier EasyLink
^{®}and Vernier EasyTemp^{®}systems to allow collection and analysis of real-world data

##### Accessories

- TI-SmartView™ Emulator Software for the TI-84 Plus family. Allow educators to project a representation of the calculator’s display to the entire class. It is an ideal demonstration tool for leading classroom instruction of math and science concepts.

##### Support

- One-year limited warranty
- Toll-free help hotline: 1.800.TI.CARES
- Email: [email protected]

## TI-84 Plus Graphic Engineering Calculator

Texas Instruments TI 84 Plus Graphic Engineering Calculator

Key Features of TI 84 Plus

Graphing Calculator – Electronically updated graphing calculator gives you the latest functionality and software

– 24K RAM – Flash memory – 480KB for data archiving and saving applications – USB port for connecting to a computer, for exchanging data with other TI-84 Plus and TI-84 Plus Silver Edition graphing calculators and much more

– I/O port for connection to other TI products

– Built-in clock with date and time

– Computer cable included

– TI Connectivity Cable and TI Connect™ software allows information to be transferred to a computer back, print or save to disk

– Applications: Cabri® Jr. , Vernier EasyData™, Conic Graphing, Inequality Graphing, LearningCheck™, Probability Simulations, Science Tools, StudyCards™, Topics in Algebra 1, Chapter 5, Topics in Algebra 1 , Chapters 1-4, Transformation Graphing

– Software from Texas Instruments and other leading developers

– Display 8 lines and 16 digits

– Real and complex numbers calculated with 14 digit precision and displayed with 10 digits plus exponent with 2 digits

– Plots 10 rectangular functions, 6 parametric expressions, 6 polar expressions and 3 recursively defined sequences

— Can define, save, plot and analyze up to 10 graphical functions simultaneously

– Page length up to 999 elements

– Numerical evaluation of functions in the form of tables for all graphics modes

– Interactive analysis of function values, roots, maxima, minima, integrals, derivatives

– 7 unique graph styles

– Horizontal or vertical split screen

– Stores up to 10 – 50×50 matrices

– Matrix operations: inversion, determinant, transposition, union, simple group operations and step form. Converts matrices to tables and vice versa

– Worksheets for the analysis of statistics with one and two variables. Regression models: logistic, sinusoidal, meridian-meridian, linear, logarithmic, exponential, exponential, square polynomial, cubic polynomial and polynomial of the fourth degree probabilities

– Additional statistical functions: 10 hypothesis testing functions, 7 confidence interval functions and 9 one-way analysis of variance0005 – Financial functions: Time-Value of funds (TVM), cash flows and depreciation. Full-screen interactive editor for solving TVM problems

– Interactive equation solver allows you to solve equations with a different number of variables

– Alphabetical CATALOG for all operations of the TI-84 Plus calculator in one menu

– Programming with a large number of programs within the available memory

– Connect to other calculators: TI-84 Plus, TI-84 Plus Silver Edition, TI-83 Plus, TI-83 Plus Silver Edition or TI-83

– USB cable for connection to graphing calculators included

– User manual on CD and free software included

– 4 AAA batteries with silver-zinc battery to protect memory when changing batteries

– Protective case

## Abstract Scientific editor, editor, technical translator of English, St.

Petersburg, by agreement

##### Responsibilities:

– conducting scientific research in the field of spin wave propagation in periodic ferromagnetic structures – magnonic crystals (magnetic metamaterials).

– writing and publishing articles in scientific journals,

– presentation at scientific international conferences,

– writing and execution of applications and reports on scientific grants of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR),

– holding scientific seminars for students and graduate students of the department,

– supervising the final works of masters in the specialty “Electronics and Microelectronics” (during the specified period 2 masters were graduated).

Educational and scientific monographs (Invited book chapters)

1. Normal Mode Theory for Magnonic Crystal Waveguide, in Magnonics: From Fundamentals to Applications, ed. by S. O. Demokritov and A. N. Slavin, Springer, New York, 2012. P. 262 (Part IV, Chapter 16, pp. 223-243) ISBN: 978-3-642-30246-6

2. StashkevichSpin waves in multilayered and patterned magnetic structures, series”Handbook of Artificial Materials”, Vol. I. “Theory and Phenomena of Artificial Materials”, ed. by F. Capolino. Taylor and Francis Group, LLC., Oxford, UK, (2009). P. 974 ISBN: 978-1-4200-5425-5 (Part VII, Chapter 34, pp. 34-1-65)

3. Theory of spin waves in film ferromagnetic multilayer structures. (scientific monograph) Ed. “LETI”, St. Petersburg. P. 178 (2008) ISBN: 5-7629-0929-8, UDC 537.6.8, LBC V 373.3, G82

List of publications:

1. Spectrum of normal waves in one-dimensional magnonic crystals, FTT, vol. 56, no. 11, p. 2121-2128 (2014)

Normal modes spectrum of 1D magnonic crystals, Physics of the Solid State, 2014, Vol. 56, no. 11, pp. 2121-2128.

2. Investigation of the double electronic controllability of the dispersion characteristics of electromagnetic spin waves in strongly anisotropic layered multiferroic structures, JTF, vol. 84, no. 11, p. 112-116 (2014)

, Study of dual electronic tunability of the dispersion characteristics of electromagnetic-spin waves in highly anisotropic multiferroic layered structures, Technical Physics, 2014, Vol. 84, no. 11, pp. 112-116.

3. Spectrum of dipole-exchange spin waves in an anisotropic ferromagnetic waveguide of rectangular cross section, FTT, vol. 56, issue 9, With. 1747-1756 (2014)

Dipole-Exchange Spin Wave Spectrum in an Anisotropic Ferromagnetic Waveguide with a Rectangular Cross Section, Physics of the Solid State, 2014, Vol. 56, no. 9, pp. 1806–1816

4. Some peculiarities of spin-wave propagation in magnonic waveguides, EPJ Web of Conferences, Vol. 40, id.12004-1-4 (2013)

5. Magnonic band gap design by the edge modulation of micro-sized waveguides, J. Phys. D:Appl. Phys., Vol. 45, no. 25, pp. 255002-1-6 (2012)

6. Influence of the Pinning Parameter of Surface Spins of a Ferrite Film on the Dispersion Characteristics of Layered Ferrite-Ferroelectric Structures, FTT, v.53, issue 5, p. 971-979, (2011)

Influence of the Surface Spin Pinning Parameter of a Ferrite Film on Dispersion Characteristics of Layered Ferrite–Ferroelectric Structures, Physics of the Solid State, 2011, Vol. 53, no. 5, pp. 1033–1042.

7. Dual-tunable hybrid wave hexaferrite-ferroelectric millimeter-wave phase shifter, Electronics Letters, Volume 47, Issue 1, p.35–36, (2011)

8. Dispersion characteristics of spin waves in planar periodic structures based on ferromagnetic films, JTF, v.79, issue 8, p. 110-117, (2009))

Dispersion Characteristics of Spin Waves in Planar Periodic Structures Based on Ferromagnetic Films, Technical Physics, Vol. 54, no. 8, pp. 1196–1203, (2009).

9. Observation of envelope solitons of spin waves in periodic magnetic film structures, JETP Letters, vol. 88, issue 1, p. 34-39, (2008)

Observation of Spin-Wave Envelope Solitons in Periodic Magnetic Film Structures, JETP Letters, 2008, Vol. 88, no. 1, pp. 31–35.

Reports at conferences

1. “Features of the propagation of hybrid electromagnetic-spin waves in layered multiferroic structures with high magnetic crystallographic anisotropy” // XXIII All-Russian Conference “Electromagnetic field and materials (fundamental physical research)”. November 20-21, 2015, Moscow, Russia. Conference Proceedings, p. 89- 96. Ed. INFRA-M, 2015. ISBN 978-5-16-011578-8 (print), ISBN 978-5-16-103920-5 (online).

2., Magnetic and electric field tuning of spin-wave states in nanosized ferrit-ferroelectric waveguide, “Recent Trends in Nanomagnetism, Spintronics and their Applications” (RTNSA 2015) International Conference, Palacio Barrena, Ordizia, Spain, June 30 – July 3 , 2015.

3. Spin wave excitation by a resonant microwave-to-spin-wave transducer, “Spin Waves – 2015” International Symposium, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, June 7-13, 2015.

4. The role of interplay between elements in the formation of the microwave spectrum of nanostructured magnonic crystal. “Spin Waves – 2015” International Symposium, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, June 7-13, 2015.

5. Localization properties and magnetic field tuning of spin-wave states in micro- and nanosized ferromagnetic waveguides, Book of abstracts International Workshop “Brillouin and Microwave Spectroscopy of Magnetic Micro- and Nanostructures – BrilMics 2013”, August 3-7, 2014, Saratov , Russia. (ISBN 978-5-9999-2146-8) P. 27

6. Spin-wave spectrum formation in multilayered magnonic structures with high magnetocrystalline anisotropy. 2PO-I1-4. Moscow International Symposium on Magnetism (MISM-2014), Moscow, Russia – 29 June – 3 July 2014.

7. The role of demagnetizing field in the formation of spin-wave spectrum in finite-width magnonic structures. P-3-62. The European Conference: Physics of Magnetism (PM-2014), Poznan, Poland, June 23 – 27, 2014.

8. Localization properties and magnetic field tuning of spin-wave states in micro- and nanosized ferromagnetic waveguides10th International Workshop on Nanomagnetism & Superconductivity, Coma-ruga, Costa Daurada, Spain, 30 June – 4 July 2014

9. Study of eigenmodes of ferrite-ferroelectric resonators with M- and Y-type magnetic crystallographic anisotropy. III All-Russian Scientific and Technical Conference “Electronics and Microelectronics Microwave”, St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University, St. Petersburg, Russia, June 2 – 5, 2014.

10. Study of the magnetic controllability of localized states of spin waves in a rectangular ferromagnetic waveguide. All-Russian Conference III All-Russian Scientific and Technical Conference “Electronics and Microelectronics Microwave”, St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University, St. Petersburg, Russia, June 2 – 5, 2014.

11. General Approach to Description of One-Dimensional Magnonic Crystals. International conference “Functional Materials” (ICFM – 2013), Yalta, Crimea, Ukraine, September 29- October 5, 2013.

12. General Theory of Magnetic Metamaterials. 7th International Congress on Advanced Electromagnetic Materials in Microwaves and Optics (METAMATERIALS’2013), Bordeaux, France, 16-21 September, 2013. (20130623-050827)

13. Effect of uniaxial magnetocrystalline anisotropy on spectrum of hybrid waves in hexaferrite films. Joint European Magnetic Symposia 2013 (JEMS-2013), Rhodes, Greece, August 25-30 (2013). P. 46 (MO-18)

14. Localized spin-wave modes as eigen states of finite-width magnonic waveguide. DICNMA 2013 Donostia International Conference on Nanoscaled Magnetism and Applications, Donostia-San Sebastián, Spain, September 9-13, 2013. P. 197. (P1-12)

15. Artificial multiferroics with high magnetocrystalline anisotropy. Book of abstracts 3-d International Workshop on Magnonics – 2013, Varberg, Sweden, August 4-8, 2013. P. 94.

16. Volume and localized spin-wave modes of finite-width magnonic waveguide. V Euro-Asian Symposium “Trends in MAGnetism”: Nanomagnetism (EASTMAG-2013), Russky Island, Vladivostok, Russia, 15-21 September, 2013. P. 94 (Mo-J-02P)

17. Some peculiarities of spin-wave propagation in hexaferrite films with “easy axis” and “easy plane” uniaxial anisotropy type. “Spin Waves – 2013” International Symposium, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, June 9-15, 2013. P. 123.

18. Theoretical study of electric and magnetic tunability of dispersion characteristics of hybrid electromagnetic-spin waves in anisotropic artificial multiferroics. “Spin Waves – 2013” International Symposium, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, June 9-15, 2013. P. 127.

19. Investigation of the double electronic controllability of the dispersion characteristics of electromagnetic spin waves in strongly anisotropic layered multiferroic structures. All-Russian Conference Microwave Electronics, St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University, St. Petersburg, Russia, June 3 – 6, 2013. (С04)

20. Investigation of the angular distribution and finding the minimum of the total magnetic energy of an anisotropic ferromagnetic sample for an arbitrary orientation of the anisotropy axis and an external magnetic field. All-Russian Conference Microwave Electronics, St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University, St. Petersburg, Russia, June 3 – 6, 2013. (С07)

21. Localization of dipole-exchange spin waves in a ferromagnetic waveguide of rectangular cross section. All-Russian Conference Microwave Electronics, St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University, St. Petersburg, Russia, June 3 – 6, 2013. (C05)

22. Peculiarities of spin-wave propagation in magnonic waveguides, Joint European Magnetic Symposia 2012 (JEMS-2012), Parma, Italy, September 9-14 (2012). P. 309-310 (WE-114)

23. Dynamic magnetic metamaterials – new perspectives for terahertz applications. Theory and dispersion characteristics. 6th International Congress on Advanced Electromagnetic Materials in Microwaves and Optics (METAMATERIALS’2012), Saint-Petersburg, Russia, 17-22 September, 2012. P. 297-299 (ISBN 978-952-67611-2-1)

24. Universal approach to describing the spectrum of normal waves in one-dimensional magnonic crystals, XXII International Conference “New in Magnetism and Magnetic Materials” (NMMM-22) September 17 – 21, 2012, Astrakhan. pp. 417-420 (Sr-S10)

25. Features of calculation of natural frequencies of monolithic ferrite-dielectric resonators in the subterahertz frequency range, 22nd International Crimean Conference “Microwave Engineering and Telecommunication Technologies”, Proceedings of the conference, September 10–14, 2012, Sevastopol, Crimea, Ukraine. pp. 587-588

Calculation peculiarities of eigenfrequencies of monolithic ferrite-dielectric resonatiors in subterahertz frequency range, 22nd Crimean Conference “Microwave & Telecommunication Technology” (CriMiCo’2012). 10-14 September 2012, Sevastopol, Crimea, Ukraine. P. 587-588 (ISBN: 978-966-335-370-8, IEEE Catalog Number: CFP12788)

26. Normal Mode Theory for Magnonic Crystal Waveguide, IEEE International Conference on Microwave Magnetics 2012, Kaiserslautern, Germany, August 24-29, 2012. P. 82 (P05)

27. Controlled layered multiferroic structures for micro- and nanoelectronics in the terahertz frequency range. All-Russian Conference Microwave Electronics, St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University, St. Petersburg, Russia, June 4 – 7, 2012. P. 72-74 (U2-05)

28. Millimeter-wave phase shifter based on a layered multiferroic hexaferrite-ferroelectric structure. All-Russian Conference Microwave Electronics, St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University, St. Petersburg, Russia, June 4 – 7, 2012. P. 313-316 (С4-12)

29. Exact dipole-exchange theory for spin-waves in ferroelectric-hexaferrite-dielectric layered structure. New perspectives for terahertz frequency range. International conference “Functional Materials” (ICFM – 2011), Crimea, Ukraine, October 3-8, 2011. DR-7P/6 P. 289

30. Dipole-exchange spin-wave spectrum of the dynamic magnonic crystal on terahertz frequencies. P-3-06. The European Conference: Physics of Magnetism (PM-2011), Poznan, Poland, June 27 – July 1, 2011. P. 84

31. Dipole-exchange spectrum of highly anisotropic ferromagnetic thin-film waveguides on terahertz frequencies. “Spin Waves – 2011” International Symposium, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, June 5-11, 2011. P. 93.

32. Dependence of the normal wave spectrum in multiferroic layered structure on surface spin-pinning conditions. “Spin Waves – 2011” International Symposium, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, June 5-11, 2011. P. 94.

33. Hybrid electromagnetic–spin-wave spectrum of multiferroic structure with high magnetic anisotropy. 23PO-K-5. Moscow International Symposium on Magnetism (MISM-2011), Moscow, Russia – August 21-25, 2011. P. 475-476

34. Microwave phenomena in planar ferrite-ferroelectric heterostructures: Theory and applications. 2nd International Workshop on Magnonics: From Fundamentals to Applications, Recife, PE, Brazil – August 7-10, 2011. P. 2

35. Electric and magnetic tunability of multiferroic magnonic crystal. P32. 2nd International Workshop on Magnonics: From Fundamentals to Applications, Recife, PE, Brazil – August 7-10, 2011. P. 57

36. Investigation of the dependence of the spectrum of electromagnetic-spin waves in layered ferrite-ferroelectric structures on the pinning parameter of surface spins. All-Russian conference and scientific school for young scientists ”New materials and nanotechnologies in microwave electronics”, St. Petersburg, Russia, November 18 – 20, 2010. P. 99-101

37. Dispersion characteristics of dual-tunable magnetic metamaterials. 4th International Congress on Advanced Electromagnetic Materials in Microwaves and Optics, Karlsruhe, Germany, 13-16 September, 2010. P. 480-482 (METAMATERIALS’2010)

38. Dispersion characteristics of dual-tunable 1D magnonic crystal. Joint European Magnetic Symposia, Krakow, Poland, 23-28 August, 2010. P. 72, N105 (JEMS 2010)

39. Spectrum of electromagnetic-spin waves in a layered ferrite-ferroelectric structure, taking into account the arbitrary nature of the pinning of surface spins, Scientific and Technical Seminar “Innovative developments in microwave technology and electronics”, St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University, St. Petersburg, Russia, 28-29January 2010

40. Periodic magnetic multilayered structure as a magnetic metamaterial. Dipole-exchange spin-wave spectrum and dispersion characteristics., International conference “Functional Materials” (ICFM – 2009), Crimea, Ukraine, October 5-10, 2009. EP-7P/2 P. 288

41. Magnetic multilayered structure as 1D magnetic metamaterial. Spin-wave spectrum and dispersion characteristics, 3rd International Congress on Advanced Electromagnetic Materials in Microwaves and Optics, London, United Kingdom, 30 August – 4 September, 2009. P. 471-472 (METAMATERIALS’2009) 42. Dipole-exchange spin waves in periodic dipole-coupled multilayers, International Symposium “Spin Waves – 2009”, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, June 7-12, 2009. P. 94.

43. Dispersion characteristics of the dipole-exchange spin waves in planar magnetic periodic structures, 23PO-12-2, Moscow International Symposium on Magnetism (MISM) June 20-25 2008. P. 507, ISBN 978-5-8279-0072- 6

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