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View Resource USC Astronautics and Space Technology Program: From Humble Beginning to New Academic Unit

The Astronautics and Space Technology Division (http://astronautics.usc.edu) of the University of Southern California (USC) offers today a full set of undergraduate and graduate degree programs in astronautical engineering. The program focuses on the needs of the space industry and government research and development centers and covers main areas of spacecraft technology. Many graduate courses...

View Resource California Healthcare Foundation: Center for Health Reporting

Health care journalism is a rapidly growing field, and the California HealthCare Foundation's Center for Health Reporting is a new venture of note in this area. The Center is based out of the USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism and is funded by the California HealthCare Foundation. The focus of their work is to partner with news organizations across the state "to explore questions...

View Resource Embedding Robots Into the Internet

The Center for Robotics and Embedded Systems at the University of Southern California is the source of this paper about networked robots. The paper provides some valuable insights into how robots can be used in human environments and how they can be controlled and coordinated with wireless communications. There is information on Behavior-Based Robotics, Internet Robots, and Algorithms.

View Resource A Virtual Internet Architecture

Researchers from the University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute discuss the implementation details of a virtual Internet (VI) architecture in this March 2003 technical paper. Similar in concept to virtual memory, "VI's manage concurrent sharing of resources, provide protection, and present an abstraction of the underlying service." Networking specialists could benefit from...

View Resource Semiactive Damping of Cables with Sag

Vibrations in support cables can be caused by wind, rain, or other forces acting on the attached structure. This can result in premature failure of the cable or its connections, thereby reducing the cable's useful lifetime. This research paper, from the University of Southern California civil engineering department, extends the previous work of the authors on smart vibration damping techniques....

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