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  • D W Alger
  • 1988
A study is presented of 92 orthodontic patients whose treatment was completed between the years 1985 and 1987. Because of the unique situation in the clinic in which the study was undertaken, patients are seen at long intervals as compared to what normally would be considered the "standard" length of time between appointments. It is concluded that the(More)
The Open Autonomy Kernel (OAK) is an architecture for autonomous distributed control. OAK addresses control as a three-step process: diagnosis, planning and execution. OAK is specifically designed to support "hard" control problems in which the system is complex, sensor coverage is incomplete, and distribution of control is desired. A unique combination of(More)
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