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Empirical Knowledge Transfer and Collaboration with Self-Regenerative Systems
Final technical rept. Sep 2004-Dec 2006
RAYTHEON CO PORTSMOUTH RI
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Raytheon collaborated with Cornell on the DARPA Self-Regenerative Systems program to develop new technologies supporting granular scalable redundancy. The key focus of Raytheons effort was to research the operational hardening and application of these technologies in military information systems that can support joint combat environments and Network Centric Warfare NCW, and to advise Cornell regarding the communications architectures and needs of major applications in these settings.
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