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  • Sagar Paia, Piero Guerrinib, +4 authors Sagar Pai
  • 2009
As Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) technology matures and applications become more widespread, it is becoming clear that AUVs will be deployed in fully autonomous scenarios (that is, without direct human intervention at any point in the mission, including launch and recovery) and in collaborative 'swarms'. With multiple AUVs in the water at the same(More)
In vitro studies have demonstrated that cyclosporine A (CsA) acts by inhibiting the phosphatase activity of calcineurin, an important mediator of T-cell activation. The relationship of CsA administration in vivo, calcineurin activity, and graft-versus-host disease (GVHD) has yet to be studied. The calcineurin activities of mononuclear cells isolated from 62(More)
— In this paper we discuss the software system architecture that is developed for the autonomous launch and recovery platform (AutoLARS). The architecture comprises of several components distributed across physical processing units. The architecture handles the real time data from the hydrophones and subsequent processing of that data to guide the AutoLARS(More)
—In this paper, a path planning system for mobile Autonomous Launch And Recovery System (AutoLARS) is presented. The unique AutoLARS is capable of tracking an AUV eqipped with a commercial off the shelf transponder. Path planning system uses the information of position and commands the AutoLARS control system with motion set points. The real time tracking(More)
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