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Developing an autonomous timeline management capability for a robotic mars mission

Woods, M. and Long, D. and Fox, M. and Aylett, R. and Baldwin, L. and Wilson, H. and Jameux, D. and Vituli, R. (2006) Developing an autonomous timeline management capability for a robotic mars mission. In: ESA Workshop on Advanced Space Technologies for Robotics, 2006-11-28 - 2006-11-30.

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Abstract

Prsentation on the development of an autonomous timeline management capability for a robotic mars mission.