Carnegie Mellon University
Anecdotes from Rover Field Operations

Vandi Verma
August, 2000.

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This document is an attempt to investigate requirements and test scenarios for a rover fault detection, diagnosis and recovery system. It is based on the viewpoint that the problems that have been experienced in past field tests capture the characteristics of the fault detection and diagnosis problems that will be encountered in future missions. Moreover these are problems for which real data is available or may be easily acquired.

Fault diagnosis, rover

Note: Unpublished

Text Reference
Vandi Verma, "Anecdotes from Rover Field Operations," August, 2000.

BibTeX Reference
   author = "Vandi Verma",
   title = "Anecdotes from Rover Field Operations",
   booktitle = "",
   month = "August",
   year = "2000",
   Notes = "Unpublished"