R. L. French

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One of the main limitations in using inverse methods for non-invasively imaging cardiac electrical activity in a clinical setting is the difficulty in readily obtaining high-quality data sets to reconstruct accurately a patient-specific geometric model of the heart and torso. This issue was addressed by investigation into the feasibility of using a(More)
  • Jouko A Parviainen, Parviainen Associates, R L French, French Associates, H T Zwahlen, Robert L French +2 others
  • 1988
The report presents a review of the state-of-the-art of in-vehicle navigation and mobile communications techniques and equipment. A features matrix is used to classify the equipment in terms of infrastructure relationship, navigation technology, system function, etc. Human factors implications are also ad-The primary functions likely to be provided in(More)
1. Introduction Although a small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) cannot match the load carrying capabilities of a manned aircraft, a UAV (e.g., Bekey 2005) can perform very useful reconnaissance functions. For example, a UAV operated by a GIS company can be programmed with navigation data to fly regular inspection missions necessary for updating the GIS(More)
This paper describes the Hi-NOON neural simulator, originally conceived as a general-purpose, object-oriented software system for the simulation of small systems of biological neurons, as an aid to the study of links between neurophysiology and behaviour in lower animals. As such, the artificial neurons employed are spiking in nature: to effect an(More)
Simple artificial creatures ('animats'), which operate as autonomous, adaptive robots in the real-world, can serve both as models of biology and as a radical alternative to conventional methods of designing intelligent systems. We describe the evolution and implementation of the autonomous robot ARBIB, which learns from and adapts to its environment. A(More)
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