John R. Benton

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This paper deenes a new approach and investigates a fundamental problem in route planners. This capability is important for robotic vehicles(Martian Rovers, etc.) and for planning oo-road military maneuvers. The emphasis throughout this paper will be on the design and analysis and hierarchical implementation of our route planner. This work was motivated by(More)
" Shared situation awareness, coupled with the ability to conduct continuous operations, will allow information age armies to observe, decide and act faster, more correctly and more precisely than their enemies. " 1 ABSTRACT The digital battlefield of the future will remain a highly dynamic, uncertain environment. The greater dispersion of forces and the(More)
Persistent and high-level expression of human liver prolidase in vivo in mice using adenovirus. Radharaman. Morphological and functional differentiation in BE (2)-M17 human neuroblastoma cells by treatment with Trans-retinoic acid. Chemical warfare agent and biological toxin-induced pulmonary toxicity: could stem cells provide potential Efficacy of the(More)
This paper presents a theoretical framework for solving problems involving constraints on multiple paths. Examples of constraints considered in the paper include requirements that vehicles on separate paths (1) maintain line-of-sight (2) maintain ability to communicate between the vehicles or (3) maintain a minimum and/or maximum separation at all times.(More)
This paper defines a n e w approach and investigates a fundamental problem in route planners. This capability is important f o r robotic vehicles(M a r t i a n Rovers, etc.) and f o r planning off-road military maneuvers. T h e emphasis throughout this paper will be on the design and analysis and hierarchical implementation of our route planner. This work(More)
  • Melanie Brodnik, Cindy DeBerg, Beth Bowman, Patricia Anania Firouzan, Wendy Coleman, Frances Geigle-Bentz +69 others
  • 2003
Acknowledgements The AOE wishes to acknowledge and thank the many individuals who provided valuable advice and input in the development of the "Health Information Technology Model Curriculum 1995". Special thanks are extended to the AHIMA Board of Directors for financially supporting the project, AHIMA staff support personnel, Shirley Eichenwald, past AHIMA(More)
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