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Acknowledgments

I am grateful to Bill Gaver, Ken Hammond, Kevin Hodge, Art Ryan and the editors for valuable comments on a previous draft of this chapter, and to Peter Lenn and the kind folks at the Majestic Diner in Atlanta for assistance during the cook studies. This research was supported by NASA Ames Grant NAG2-656 to the Georgia Institute of Technology, Robert J. Shively, technical monitor.


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