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Content posted in April 1995
MISSILES: Last Line of Defense
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4/24/1995  1 comment
Many nations can build tactical ballistic missiles capable of delivering chemical, biological and nuclear weapons. In a Hobbesian world, active defenses may prove the only means of dealing with such missiles. Working in a charged political environment, defense engineers and military officers are attempting to devise effective theater-level missile defenses.
Fast but steady could win the race
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Berkeley Process Control has grown by focusing on machines, not on bits and bytes
Defense isn't dead
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Macsyma 2.0
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Enclosures adapt to changing technologies
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4/10/1995  Post a comment
From shop-floor PCs to tightly-packed electronics, enclosures solve today
PE/SolidDesigner 3.0
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Technology tacks toward the cup
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The technology in the race for Americas cup
Home Automation TAKES OFF
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Intellon products support a home electronic
Intelligent dishwasher outsmarts dirt
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Sensors and fuzzy logic yield shorter, more efficient wash cycles




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