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Decision-making is a complex and demanding process often constrained in a number of possibly conflicting dimensions including quality, responsiveness and cost. This paper considers in situ decision making whereby decisions are effected based upon inferences made from both locally sensed data and data aggregated from a sensor network. Such sensing devices(More)
Front Cover: A global perspective highlighting some of the key technology advances described in this issue (insets left-to-right): An artist's depiction of a fully automated seafloor analytical laboratory off the Pacific Northwest coast; Liquid Robotics Wave Glider ® communicating in the Gulf of Mexico; USS Makin Island; Ekofisk complex on the Norwegian(More)
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