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A comprehensive review of thin film magnetoresistive (MR) sensors, including the theory of magnetoresistive effects as well as the design, fabrication, properties and applications of MR sensors.

Thin film magnetoresistive sensors (MR sensors) are widely used in various applications. The most important are their applications as read heads. MR sensors are also used as mechanical transducers and of course as magnetic field sensors, for example in compasses. There is a large variety of MR sensors on offer in the marketplace. However, market availability of MR sensors does not mean that the research in this field is less intensive. At scientific conferences devoted to magnetic sensors or to magnetism in general the subject of ‘magnetoresistance’ is covered in a large number of papers. Every year, each conference brings revolutionary news.

The progress in thin film MR sensors is possible due to the large scientific and business interest. It has always been to the benefit of MR sensors that thin film technology and magnetoresistance were the objects of interest of other often better financial supported activities. For fundamental physics the investigations of phenomena in thin magnetic films were always valuable because it was easier to explain and to understand the magnetism in this specific form of magnetic material (in comparison with the bulk form). The most significant support for investigations of magnetoresistance in thin film arises from the computer industry because it is obvious that the next generation of high-density recording heads will be based on magnetoresistive effects.
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