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2016

Araujo, M.F., S.P. Siebenaler, S.A. Baldor, E.M. Dupont, S.G. Blaisdell, and D.S. Davila. Automated Small Leak Detection from Hazardous Liquid Pipelines Using Multi-Platform Remote Sensing. Pipeline Technology Journal, Edition 2/2016 (2016) ISSN: 2196-4300., pp. 28-35, 2016.

Gladstone, G.R., S.A. Stern, K. Ennico, C.B. Olkin, H.A. Weaver, L.A. Young, M.E. Summers, D.F. Strobel, D.P. Hinson, J.A. Kammer, A.H. Parker, A.J. Steffl, I.R. Linscott, J.Wm. Parker, A.F. Cheng, D.C. Slater, M.H. Versteeg, T.K. Greathouse, K.D. Retherford, H. Throop, N.J. Cunningham, W.W. Woods, K.N. Singer, C. Tsang, E.R. Schindhelm, C.M. Lisse, M.L. Wong, Y.L. Yung, X. Zhu, W. Curdt, P. Lavvas, E.F. Young, and G.L. Tyler. The Atmosphere of Pluto as Observed by New Horizons. Science, doi:10.1126/science.aad8866, Vol. 351, No. 6279, pp. 1280-1287, 2016.

Lamm, R.D. Leave the Driving to Us. Southwest Research Institute Technology Today, Vol. 37, No. 2, pp. 8-12, 2016.

Mentzer, C.I., R.D. Lamm, and J. Towler. Automated Driving Impediments. Proceedings of the 2016 SAE Commercial Vehicle Engineering Congress (COMVEC), Rosemont, Ill., October 2016. 

Retherford, K.D., T.K. Greathouse, G.R. Gladstone, A.R. Hendrix, K.E. Mandt, A.F. Egan, D.E. Kaufmann, P.O. Hayne, S.A. Stern, J.Wm. Parker, M.W. Davis, C. Grava, D.M. Hurley, J.T.S. Cahill, A.M. Stickle, Y. Liu, M.A. Bullock, W.R. Pryor, P.D. Feldman, J. Mukherjee, P.S. Mokashi, C.J. Seifert, and M.H. Versteeg. LRO Lyman-Alpha Mapping Project (LAMP) Far-UV Albedo Maps: A New View of the Moon. Proceedings of the New Views of the Moon 2 Conference, LPI Contribution No. 1911, Id. 6021, Houston, May 2016. 

Seegmiller, N.A. and A. Kelly. High Fidelity Yet Fast Dynamic Models of Wheeled Mobile Robots. IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation, doi:10.1109/TRO.2016.2546310, Vol. 32, No. 3, pp. 614-625, 2016.

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