Research Horizons [Volume 20, Number 3, Spring/Summer 2003]
Sanders, Jane M.
Becker, T. J.
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Searching for the Unknown - Researchers make a case for space studies. Experimental microsatellite demonstrates autonomous operations. Study focuses on effects of high-risk, high-stress environment on space crew communication and performance. Georgia Tech researchers are developing new aerospace technologies for NASA. NASA-funded projects yield basic knowledge and enabling technologies.Artificial Intelligence - Researchers are creating behavior-based robots that can reason and react.You Gotta Know the Territory - Georgia Tech research reveals whether and how to invest in tourism development.Grocery Shopping with a PDA - Shoppers like prototype software's assistance in finding items andn specials.Faculty Profile: Ellen Dunham-Jones - In the Belly of the Beast - Atlanta's urban sprawl attracts an architect who wants to retrofit suburbia.Breathing New Life into Urban Areas - New GTRI center will help communities with redevelopment efforts.Information as Art - Software prototype uses pictures to represent information people want to monitor.