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Technology for Humanitarian Action [chapter]

<i title="Fordham University Press"> To Bear Witness </i> &nbsp;
) for continuing stimulating technical dialogues on the broad range of topics represented here.  ...  Preston Marshall (XG) and Larry Jackal (cognitive radio) of DARPA, Mitch Kokar of Northeastern University (ontology-based radio), and Cliff Weinstien of MIT Lincoln Laboratory (natural language processing  ...  At least one type of electronic sniffer has also shown great promise; it was recently tested in Bosnia with very good results. The system was used in conjunction with a mine-protected vehicle.  ... 
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