Profitable Prostitution: State Use of Immoral Earnings for Social Benefit in the Late Ottoman Empire



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We propose and demonstrate a wireless, passive, metamaterial-based sensor that allows for remotely monitoring submicron displacements over millimeter ranges. The sensor comprises a probe made of multiple nested split ring resonators (NSRRs) in a double-comb architecture coupled to an external antenna in its near-field. In operation, the sensor detects displacement of a structure onto which the NSRR probe is attached by telemetrically tracking the shift in its local frequency peaks. Owing to the NSRR's near-...
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E. Boyar, “Profitable Prostitution: State Use of Immoral Earnings for Social Benefit in the Late Ottoman Empire,” BULGARIAN HISTORICAL REVIEW-REVUE BULGARE D HISTOIRE, pp. 143–157, 2009, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: