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In December 1997, a NASA rocket flew from Svalbard (Spitzbergen) carrying a scientific application computer designed at the Space Science Centre, University of Sussex. The real time science measurements performed by this board is an auto-correlation function (ACF) processing of particle count pulses as a means of studying processes occurring in near Earth(More)
Part of Special Issue " Spatio-temporal analysis and multipoint measurements in space " Abstract. We introduce a technique to determine instantaneous local properties of waves based on discrete-time sampled, real-valued measurements from 4 or more spatial points. The technique is a generalisation to the spatial domain of the notion of instantaneous(More)
The work of the Space Science Centre at the University of Sussex in the development of intelligent space plasma instruments is presented here. Previously the Centre has included various intelligent techniques within space instruments flown on a number of space missions. A neural network was included in the SPREE instruments flown on Shuttle flights STS-46(More)
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