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Comparison of Goal-Based Operations and Command Sequencing ABSTRACT - In robotic space missions the purpose of any operations paradigm is to achieve specific objectives while protecting the health of the space vehicle(s). Unfortunately, in the dominant paradigm of com ... D. Dvorak SpaceOps. Heidelberg, Germany. May 2008 . + PDF CL#08-1059
Application of State Analysis and Goal-Based Operations to a MER Mission Scenario ABSTRACT - State analysis is a model-based systems engineering metholodogy employing a rigorous discovery process which articulates operations concepts and operability needs as an integrated part of system desi ... J.R. Morris, M. Ingham, A. Mishkin, R. Rasmussen, T. Starbird SpaceOps Conference. Rome, IT. June 2006 . + PDF CL#06-1566
State Knowledge Representation in the Mission Data System ABSTRACT - The possible states of a system, be it a spacecraft, rover, or ground station, are what system engineers identify and specify, what software engineers design for, and what operators monitor and contro ... D. Dvorak, R. Rasmussen, T. Starbird IEEE Aerospace Conference. Big Sky, MT. March 2002 . + PDF CL#01-2073


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