Current results from a rover science data analysis system

@article{Castano2005CurrentRF,
  title={Current results from a rover science data analysis system},
  author={Rebecca. Castano and Marcus Judd and Tara A. Estlin and R. C. Anderson and Daniel M. Gaines and Andres Castano and Benjamin D. Bornstein and Timothy Stough and Kiri Wagstaff},
  journal={2005 IEEE Aerospace Conference},
  year={2005},
  pages={356-365}
}
The Onboard Autonomous Science Investigation System (OASIS) evaluates geologic data gathered by a planetary rover. This analysis is used to prioritize the data for transmission, so that the data with the highest science value is transmitted to Earth. In addition, the onboard analysis results are used to identify science opportunities. A planning and scheduling component of the system enables the rover to take advantage of the identified science opportunity. OASIS is a NASA-funded research… CONTINUE READING
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