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NASA Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports

NASA Scientific and Technical Aerospace

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    we present a series of lessons lear

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    eceived instantaneous power level h

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    integration of these highly integra

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    The scheme is based on the harmonic

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    A family of Quantized State (QS) ad

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    atios. It is also used in a speech

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    In AM radio it is of interest to in

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    We define a piecewise AR model for

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    the far domain eliminates scan time

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    Fault Diagnosis of Piecewise-Linear

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    20060002115 Iowa Univ., Iowa City,

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    applications requiring wide dynamic

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    attractive media for meeting the co

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    20060002148 American Telephone and

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    are considered and modeled as an un

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    the program executes at least 100 t

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    with low precision components, and

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    20060002295 Pennsylvania State Univ

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    losses, and boundary layer velocity

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    object. The goal of this paper is t

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    20060001640 General Electric Co., S

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    The Advanced Volume Sensor Project

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    20060001813 Michigan Univ., Ann Arb

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    demonstrate that operations perform

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    context of how Army installations n

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    13.4% on a non-textured single-side

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    ilayer structure, the DLC films not

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    operating information, and a black-

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    46 GEOPHYSICS Includes Earth struct

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    20060002033 National War Coll., Was

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    esults of this study indicate that

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    Bacillus anthracis. Anthrax will be

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    were evaluated throughout the exper

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    20060001236 Institute of Space Medi

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    20060001245 Institute of Space Medi

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    III dummy was similar to those obta

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    properties of hyperbolic Dirichlet

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    This paper had been prepared as a t

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    20060002350 BERG2 Micro-Computer Es

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    Exploratory Learning; Neurobiologic

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    operation of LSI is pursuited to ac

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    industrial tools, and increased int

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    20060001694 Motorola, Inc., Schaumb

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    enchmarks in this document is meant

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    contemporary team theory, adapted a

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    toolkit), each of which we built to

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    developmental effort. This paper il

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    signal-processing algorithms, allow

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    Scheduling (TIES) for efficient net

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    safety, and real time performance o

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    20060001877 New York Univ., New Yor

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    domain. dRBAC utilizes PKI to ident

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    difference in the synchronous frequ

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    This paper presents an analysis of

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    method relies on two mathematical t

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    This paper considers the behaviour

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    20060001709 Pennsylvania State Univ

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    The feasibility of real time, micro

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    a product of two Toeplitz data matr

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    The model parameters necessary for

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    estimators, and investigate the eff

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    was only able to identify DMMP down

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    takes I+26M, I+31M for an addition

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    65 STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY Inclu

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    A new approach to making voiced/unv

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    near-optimal strategy with DBN serv

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    non-linear system design. Finally,

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    The aim of this three year project

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    extraction, and object recognition.

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    20060001806 North Carolina State Un

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    ate of the Booster, and provide a l

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    The magnetic harmonic errors of the

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    20060002069 Fermi National Accelera

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    20060002220 Fermi National Accelera

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    micrographs as triangular and trape

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    plays a significant role in the dev

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    20060002422 Fermi National Accelera

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    20060002468 Lawrence Livermore Nati

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    20060002492 Lawrence Livermore Nati

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    parameters and propose some importa

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    ATAL introduced a technique for dec

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    The problem is addressed of evaluat

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    20060001730 Naval Underwater System

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    and tip-tilt natural guide star (NG

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    oscillation, bursting, chirping and

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    specifications automatically. Some

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    discrimination information (or the

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    matching algorithm is proposed for

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    20060001768 Naval Postgraduate Scho

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    20060001826 Massachusetts Univ., Am

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    allows the user to specify a contex

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    information from these resources, u

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    such as ADSL and FTTH, we are now a

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    Presented is the National Optical A

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    20060000076 Gemini Observatory, Hil

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    Telescope (HST) at optical waveleng

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    Misadjustment Expressions for Infin

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    A-4 Complexity Reduced Lattice Filt

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    ASYMMETRY Anthrax Biosensor, Protec

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    Regulation of hTERT Expression and

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    CLIMATE C-Haendelser i Vinterklimat

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    Neutronics Assessments for a RIA Fr

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    CRYSTAL SURFACES High-Throughput Ap

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    DIELECTRICS Theoretical and Experim

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    Analysis of Depletion-Region Collec

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    Scenario Customization for Informat

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    GALLIUM ARSENIDES InGaAs/GaAs QD Su

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    HUMAN RESOURCES The Management of P

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    INFRARED SPECTRA Chemical Vapor Ide

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    Adaptive Transversal Filters with D

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    MATCHED FILTERS Simplified Class 1

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    MILITARY TECHNOLOGY The USA Air For

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    NONLINEAR FILTERS A Novel Approach

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    Object Classification and Registrat

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    Predicting Ductile Crack Growth in

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    RECURSIVE FUNCTIONS Recursive Array

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    Texture Segmentation Using a Class

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    SITUATIONAL AWARENESS Aspects of Sh

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    STABILITY Damping Transverse Instab

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    Single Target Spin Asymmetries and

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    On Generalized Feussner’s Princip

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    WEAR Wear Prediction of Strip Seals

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    Anderson, Robert H. The Vulnerabili

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    Neutronics Assessments for a RIA Fr

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    Chien, Ting-Li Navigation of a Mobi

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    The Modeling and Segmentation of Sp

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    Fomin, Pavel Test and Evaluation of

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    Hann, P. R. Technical Equivalency D

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    Irons, F. H. A Phase-Plane Approach

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    Kawarada, Hiroshi A Hierarchical Re

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    Lai, Feipei JADE: A Hierarchical Sw

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    Lopez-Perez, Javier VHF Channel Occ

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    Menard, J. Scaling of Kinetic Insta

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    Ney, Hermann Dynamic Programming Sp

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    Using Rhythms of Relationships to U

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    Resch, C. Communications Technology

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    Sedra, A. S. SlCOMP: A Silicon Comp

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    Steffler, E. D. Predicting Ductile

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    Torkelson, Mats A VLSI Sigma-Delta

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    Wheeler, P. D. Practical Adaptive N

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    Zong-ye, Wang Application of Multis

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