6 edition of Humans and Machines in Space: The Vision, the Challenge, the Payoff found in the catalog.
July 1992 by Amer Astronautical Society .
Written in English
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Here, the machines will compete against each other to prove they have the capability to survive on a deep space mission to the red planet.
Nasa says the robot could someday assist astronauts on. The book is a hard science fiction with a lot of ideas, maybe too much for some people that has no special interest in one or two of the science that mentioned in this book.
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This was not for a lack of understanding, but rather to savor the vision created in words. For any imperfect communication of discrete messages between humans, between machines, or between humans and machines (in either direction) the messages an be categorized into what was sent and what was received, with a matrix of probabilities for joint x,y occurrences (within the cells) and marginal probabilities of any x or any y, as in Cited by: 4.
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