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PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 0580

Space Station Automation I
Editor(s): Wun C. Chiou Sr.

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Volume Number: 0580
Date Published: 23 December 1985

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The Role Of Automation And Robotics In Space Stations
Author(s): David C. Black
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Space Missions For Automation And Robotics Technologies (SMART) Program
Author(s): Donald L. Ciffone; Henry Lum Jr.
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Telescience -- A Space Station Goal
Author(s): Michael J. Wiskerchen
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The Systems Approach For Applying Artificial Intelligence To Space Station Automation
Author(s): Vernon L. Grose
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Feasibility Of Expert Systems To Enhance Space Station Subsystem Controllers
Author(s): Jane T. Malin; Nick Lance Jr.
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Application Of Expert Systems In The Common Module Electrical Power System
Author(s): David J. Weeks
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Automatic Procedures Generator For Orbital Rendezvous Maneuver
Author(s): W. Kohn; J. A. Van Valkenburg; C. K. Dunn
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An Introduction to the Concept of Robot Factors And Its Application to Space Station Automation
Author(s): Wun C. Chiou Sr.; Scott A. Starks
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Space Station Automation: The Role of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence
Author(s): William T. Park
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Remotely Manipulated And Autonomous Robotic Welding Fabrication In Space
Author(s): John E. Agapakis; Koichi Masubuchi
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Multiarm Collision Avoidance Using The Potential-Field Approach
Author(s): John K. Myers
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Visual Monitoring Of Autonomous Life Sciences Experimentation
Author(s): G. E. Blank; W. N. Martin
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Vision Requirements For Space Station Applications
Author(s): Kenneth R. Crouse
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