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Design of a gamification strategy to intervene in social and human factors associated with software process improvement change resistance

Gloria Piedad Gasca‐Hurtado, María Clara Gómez‐Álvarez, Liliana Machuca‐Villegas, Mirna Muñoz
2021 IET Software  
The results show that it is possible to abstract all the design aspects of an existing strategy called Interplanetary Mission and identify the social and human factors involved in change resistance in  ...  Best practices of software development and software process improvement (SPI) are people-centred.  ...  Dynamic Narrative Throughout the game, a story is proposed in which the explorer is a member of an interplanetary exploration crew.  ... 
doi:10.1049/sfw2.12045 fatcat:c77gh7p4snccxpg6eh6syjekfe

Intelligent Drilling and Coring Technologies for Unmanned Interplanetary Exploration [chapter]

Junyue Tang, Qiquan Quan, Shengyuan Jiang, Jieneng Liang, Zongquan Deng
2018 Drilling  
By combining suitable drilling parameters with the recognized drillability levels, a closed-loop drilling strategy is established finally, which can be applied to future interplanetary exploration.  ...  Similar to terrestrial mining, before landing on planets or building planetary constructions, a drilling and coring activity should be first conducted to investigate the in-situ geological information.  ...  Intelligent Drilling and Coring Technologies for Unmanned Interplanetary Exploration http://dx.doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.75712 Intelligent Drilling and Coring Technologies for Unmanned Interplanetary  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.75712 fatcat:dxhmzjejsrh7tkws5bv2fukmxq

Space Logistics - Current Status and Perspectives

Anna Baraniecka
2019 Transport Economics and Logistics  
Space exploration has been going on for decades.  ...  An important premise for addressing the topic is the search for an original research problem using knowledge, interests and intuition.  ...  Therefore, all major logistics processes are carried out in space systems such as locating, transporting, storing, controlling stocks, managing information.  ... 
doi:10.26881/etil.2019.82.06 fatcat:pqpty3xl2nclramivunqmaftfe

A survey on orbital dynamics and navigation of asteroid missions

He-Xi Baoyin, Jun-Feng Li
2014 Acta Mechanica Sinica  
Asteroid exploration is currently one of the most concerned topics among international space agencies. Orbital dynamics and navigation are obviously crucial for asteroid exploration.  ...  The final section proposed a prospective of future studies with emphasis on the key techniques of these issues in the asteroid exploration missions.  ...  provide this information to guidance and control data processing computer.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10409-014-0035-8 fatcat:pkcvteiwf5cehael7xqslekazq

InterPlaNetary Internet: state-of-the-art and research challenges

Ian F. Akyildiz, Özgür B. Akan, Chao Chen, Jian Fang, Weilian Su
2003 Computer Networks  
The existing algorithms and protocols developed for each layer and the other related work are explored, and their shortcomings are pointed out along with the open research issues for the realization of  ...  Many researchers and several international organizations are currently engaged in defining and addressing these challenges and developing the required technologies for the realization of the InterPlaNetary  ...  NASAÕs MISSION: to understand and protect our home planet, to explore the Universe and search for life, to inspire the next generation of explorers.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1389-1286(03)00345-1 fatcat:5y2wgxgvdrgdlh6ffwv3aawrme

Page 210 of Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets Vol. 9, Issue 3 [page]

1972 Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets  
A similar set of steps was carried through for the measurement techniques but with separate evaluations needed for separate exploration modes such as flyby, orbiter, probe, or lander as appropriate.  ...  Outer Planet Exploration The outer planet exploration opportunities coming in the late ’70’s provide man’s best and rarest opportunity to obtain some firsthand information about the major bodies of the  ... 

Solar-terrestrial symposium examines coupling processes

I. Daglis, D. Baker, E. Sarris, B. Wilken
1998 EOS  
Mantas for their skillful session chairing.  ...  The International Symposium on Solar-Terrestrial Coupling Processes was held on the island of Paros in Greece, June 23-27, 1997.  ...  The meeting also was a showcase for the latest information about magnetospheric dy namic changes.  ... 
doi:10.1029/98eo00104 fatcat:eefgq3bdhjeddklvei6netgncm

Introductory Chapter: Planetology [chapter]

Bryan Palaszewski
2020 Planetology - Future Explorations  
Many space agencies around the world have shared their information and created collaborations for the betterment of all.  ...  Such an assembly process may be beneficial for robotic missions.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.90244 fatcat:d3pvzm4pzjgblmypwp2hqxdvrm

The Scientific Objectives of the International Solar Polar Mission

K.-P. Wenzel
1980 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences  
The complete mission time from launch, foreseen for February 1983, to the second polar passage is approximately 4f years.  ...  Its main objectives are to investigate, as a function of solar latitude, the properties of the interplanetary medium and the solar corona.  ...  The I.S.P.M. will explore for the first time the physical characteristics of the interplanetary medium in its third dimension and relate them to processes occurring on the Sun.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsta.1980.0232 fatcat:zazjsjol35gipf3p6uayodxmoe

Identifying Relevant Scientific Goals in Planetary Exploration

JOHN P. HENNES, CHARLES V. FULMER
1972 Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets  
For each process there are a number of information needs which must be satisfied if the process is to be understood.  ...  Hence, relatively low-cost Explorer or Pioneer-type spacecraft should be looked to for the bulk of interplanetary and deep space exploration.  ... 
doi:10.2514/3.61650 fatcat:iyrtvve7fbfk7jzl6kps33nqvy

Working Group on Solar and Interplanetary Nomenclature: (Groupe De Travail Pour La Nomenclature Solaire Et Interplanetaire)

E.W. Cliver, J.E. Borovsky, J.-L. Bougeret, H.V. Cane, T. Kosugi, S.F. Martin, R. Schwenn, L. van Driel-Gesztelyi
2002 Transactions of the International Astronomical Union  
The Working Group identifies such terms and then commissions a scientist to write an essay that explores the origin of a given term and its alternatives in order to open a discussion and inform the community  ...  Essays published to date considered terms used for coronal mass ejections in the solar wind such as magnetic cloud or interplanetary coronal mass ejection (ICME) (Burlaga, 2001; Russell, 2001) and the  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0251107x00001309 fatcat:npdjtqznincivly36ttt5g7g44

IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON AEROSPACE AND ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS

2021 IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine  
In such a perspective, communications and networking will become "interplanetary", involving the necessity of providing connectivity on the Mars surface-for vehicles and humans-and, as well, efficient  ...  Hand in hand with such developments, the big new space challenge of next decades will be the launch of new interplanetary manned missions, particularly with reference to Mars planet.  ...  New and emerging applications for earth monitoring and space exploration.  ... 
doi:10.1109/maes.2021.3071079 fatcat:tursgm6wqrdm5pta5r7sxvqsga

Acceleration processes of heliospheric particle populations [chapter]

George Gloeckler, Klaus-Peter Wenzel
2001 The Century of Space Science  
These in situ studies of particle acceleration have formed a basis for our understanding of acceleration processes throughout the Universe, for example, for the problem of the origin of galactic cosmic  ...  TOF instruments were proposed for an Explorer mission and again for Galileo, but were not selected by NASA because the technology was considered unproven and too risky for flight.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-010-0320-9_42 fatcat:dzbrzx5ohfahnebo7tg5dgwgqy

Jupiter System Observatory at Sun-Jupiter Lagrangian Point One

Hsiang-Wen Hsu, Frank Crary, Jeffery Parker, Imke de Pater, Greg Holsclaw, Joe Pitman, Kunio Sayanagi, Nicolas Altobelli, Frances Bagenal, Tracy M. Becker, Bertrand Bonfond, Timothy Cassidy (+29 others)
2021 Bulletin of the AAS  
the planetary science and exploration in the coming decade.  ...  This concept also brings unique advantages to study jovian irregular satellites, upstream solar wind, interplanetary/interstellar dust populations, and other minor bodies that are critical to understand  ...  We advocate the concept and opportunities for it to be further developed for the New Frontiers program. Figure 1 . 1 The interplanetary cruise to Sun-Jupiter L1 orbit.  ... 
doi:10.3847/25c2cfeb.e19d6296 fatcat:i3co4wf7e5gnzpeqjq5h4gyifa

Finding the ET Signal from the Cosmic Noise [article]

Ross Davis
2022 arXiv   pre-print
This paper highlights a methodological approach designed to enhance the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) by hypothesizing that a transmission technosignature would likely have two features  ...  : 1) be wideband in the microwave or higher frequency range that originates from a hub within a supposed ET interplanetary navigation/communication (nav/comm) network, and 2) contain x-ray pulsar-based  ...  Morrison for feedback about wideband space communications; and Caleb Jones for the exoplanet network visualization in Figure 3 .1 based on exoplanetary data.  ... 
arXiv:2204.04405v2 fatcat:owzqd73cljgdfhhdbn6auxy5qm
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