Preparatory States & Processes: Proceedings of the Franco-American Conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan, August, 1982

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The study described in this report was supported by contract #F49620-79-C-0233 from AFOSR, as well as by DARPA/ONR contract #N000-14-76-C-0002. Partial support was also provided by Wright Patterson AFB and Brooks AFB, through contracts #F33615-79-C-0512, and #F33615-82-C-0609, F33615-82-K-0611. The support of A1 Fregly of AFOSR, Judith Daly and Jack Thorpe of DARPA and of Robert O'Donnell and John Courtright is acknowledged. The Race Car task was programmed by Ron Clapman and Dave McWilliams. Art Kramer, Narda Robinson, and Sue Kemp-Fincham made helpful comments on preliminary versions of the manuscript.


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