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A report presents a slightly different perspective of the subject matter of Fusing Symbolic and Numerical Diagnostic Computations (NPO-42512), which appears elsewhere in this issue of NASA Tech Briefs. Briefly, the subject matter is the X-2000 Anomaly Detection Language, which is a developmental computing language for fusing two diagnostic computer

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Books & Reports GIS Methodology for Planning Planetary-Rover Operations A document describes a methodology for utilizing image data downlinked from cameras aboard a robotic ground vehicle (rover) on a remote planet for analyzing and planning operations of the vehicle and of any associated spacecraft.
Traditionally, the cataloging and presentation of large numbers of downlinked planetary-exploration images have been done by use of two organizational methods: temporal organization and correlation between activity plans and images.
In contrast, the present methodology involves spatial indexing of image data by use of the computational discipline of geographic information systems (GIS), which has been maturing in terrestrial applications for decades, but, until now, has not been widely used in support of exploration of remote planets.
The use of GIS to catalog data products for analysis is intended to increase efficiency and effectiveness in planning rover operations, just as GIS has proven to be a source of powerful computational tools in such terrestrial endeavors as law enforcement, military strategic planning, surveying, political science, and epidemiology.
The use of GIS also satisfies the need for a mapbased user interface that is intuitive to rover-activity planners, many of whom are deeply familiar with maps and know how to use them effectively in field geology. This work was done by Mark Powell, Jeffrey Norris, Jason Fox, Kenneth Rabe, and IHsiang Shu of Caltech for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Further information is contained in a TSP (see page 1). This software is available for commercial licensing.
Please contact Karina Edmonds of the California Institute of Technology at (626) 395-2322.
Refer to NPO-41812. Optimal Calibration of the Spitzer Space Telescope A document discusses the focal-plane calibration of the Spitzer Space Telescope by use of the instrument pointing frame (IPF) Kalman filter, which was described in “Kalman Filter for Calibrating...

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