European Cooperative Programs and the U.S.
Technical rept. 1989-1990,
ARMY LAB COMMAND FORT MONMOUTH NJ ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY AND DEVICES LAB
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European cooperative programs are becoming increasingly important relative to those of individual nations. Infrastructures and databases have been developed to manage these programs efficiently. Most of the database information is accessible on-line from the U.S. via telephone and data networks, and active participation by U.S. companies appears imminent. Civilian programs such as EUREKA have been so successful that military programs such as EUCLID are being modeled after it. Author
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