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    Crane, William Mike; Oppenheimer, Paul Michael; Romano, Marcello; Newman, James Hansen (United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Washington, DC (US), 2015-04-14)
    A micro-coupling active release mechanism including a shape memory alloy (SMA) cylindrical ring that is fit into a bushing or other mating attachment creating an interference joint held in place by frictional forces. ...
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    Fenn, Herbert K. (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1937)
    Experience has shown and the point is forcibly expressed by Yves Gylden, in his "'The Contributions of the Cryptographic Bureaus in the World War", that at leatst an elementary knowledge of cryptanalysis is prerequisite ...
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    Faulkner, Frank D.; Faulkner, Frank D. (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1960-07)
    Graphs are given so that one can get all of the numbers associated with the optimum orbit-transfer problem described here. It is hoped that the ease and speed with which the solution can be obtained will make the simple ...
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    Hurni, Michael A.; Sekhavat, Pooya; Karpenko, Mark; Ross, I. Michael (2010)
    This paper presents a pseudospectral (PS) optimal control algorithm for the autonomous motion planning of a fleet of unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs). The UGVs must traverse an obstacle-cluttered environment while ...
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    Karpenko, Mark; Sepehri, Nariman (2010)
    This paper discusses several practical issues related to the design of robust position controllers for hydraulic actuators by quantitative feedback theory (QFT). Important properties of the hydraulic actuator behavior, ...

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