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(Al Hero (UM) and Jon How (MIT))
(Emre Ertin (OSU), Doug Cochran (ASU), John Fisher (MIT) and Al Hero (UM))
 
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*Student collaborators: None yet.
 
*Student collaborators: None yet.
  
*Interactions: In Fall 2012 Ertin, Cochran, Fisher and Hero worked together on DURIP proposal.  In Feb. 2013 Cochran, Ertin and Hero spend a day at ARL to discuss collaborations.   
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*Interactions: In Fall 2012 Ertin, Cochran, Fisher and Hero worked together on DURIP proposal.  In Feb. 2013 Cochran, Ertin and Hero spend a day at ARL to discuss collaborations.  In July 2013 Cochran spent a week at UM and Ertin spent 2 days at UM,
In July 2013 Cochran spent a week at UM and Ertin spent 2 days at UM,
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*Research goal:  To write a collaborative DURIP proposal to build several software defined radars for use by co-PI's on this MURI. The purpose of the software defined radar is to do performance benchmarking on detection, tracking, and planning algorithms developed under this MURI and to inspire the development of new algorithms. The DURIP proposal was funded and it is expected that the software defined radars,  to be built at OSU,  will be available to MURI co-PI's by early 2014.
 
*Research goal:  To write a collaborative DURIP proposal to build several software defined radars for use by co-PI's on this MURI. The purpose of the software defined radar is to do performance benchmarking on detection, tracking, and planning algorithms developed under this MURI and to inspire the development of new algorithms. The DURIP proposal was funded and it is expected that the software defined radars,  to be built at OSU,  will be available to MURI co-PI's by early 2014.

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Al Hero (UM) and Jon How (MIT)

John Fisher (MIT) and Al Hero (UM)

Doug Cochran (ASU) and Al Hero (UM)

Mike Jordan (UC Berkeley) and Al Hero (UM)

Emre Ertin (OSU), Doug Cochran (ASU), John Fisher (MIT) and Al Hero (UM)

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