By Sidney G. Reed, Richard H. Van Atta, Seymour J. Deitchman
This can be the 1st quantity of a deliberate two-volume heritage of chosen DARPA tasks and courses that have been undertaken from the agency's inception to the current day. the aim is to list, for tasks and courses having vital outputs and for which sufficient and acceptable info may be accrued, the chronological and technical histories in the sort of manner that: (a) the effect of the initiatives or courses on safeguard and civilian expertise can be traced: and (b) implementation classes can be extracted that may aid DARPA deal with destiny courses in this sort of method as to reinforce their possibilities of luck. This quantity describes the genesis of the research, the method taken in wearing it out, and application histories of 28 DARPA initiatives. every one heritage describes the genesis of the venture or application, the most important individuals and occasions in its lifetime, and includes a circulate diagram illustrating the advanced of interactions between enterprises through the years that symbolize the venture. every one undertaking evaluation ends with observations in regards to the project's luck and the character of its impression. quantity II, will current 27 extra histories, within the similar layout, and should synthesize the observations approximately luck and impression in this kind of approach that DARPA can follow the consequences to destiny software administration.
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P. 3, John Hopkins APZ Technicai Digest, IJa. - March 1981. Vol 2, # 1. p. 32. This issue of the Technical Digest is dedicated to 'ThnsiL Cf. C. Weiffenbach, Mar. 1986. D. Blxck, ibid. p. 3. Cf. Aztic 3s; -lUites," by John D. '4icolaides, Mark 5 I_ M Macomber and Win. M. Kaula. vanc:zs in Spw! Sc±z, ca,,•ad Technology. Vol. 964. T. , p. 32. 3-2 responsibilities for satellites, APL brought their transit proposal to ARPA in early fall of 1958. AR-PA responded positively in October w~ih funading and authorization to bl"ld spaceciaft and gruuiM statiuns.
W. id Repi)r R-365, Aug. 1960. Quo'e. in J. R. Killian, Sputnik Scientists and Eisenhower, MiT Press 1971, p. 04. 2-1 The satellite that will turn its attention dowwahl holds great promise for meteorology and the eventual improvement of weather forecasting. Present weather stations on land and sea can keep only about 10 percent of the atmosphere under surveillance. Two or three weather satellites couild include a cloud inventory of the whole globe eery few hours. From this inventory meteorologists believe they could spot large storms (including hurricanes) in their early stages and chart their directions of movement with much more accuracy th at present.
To manage the relations between the open IGY and the classified effort. The recorded ARPA outlay for ARGUS is about $9 million. There appears to be two reasons for this low figure: the AFSWP major costs were handled as part of those for operation HARD TACK, and the Explorer satellites built at the University of Iowa by Van Allen and his graduate students were very cheap. The industry involvement was mainly in modification of the existing X-17 rockets, and supply of some others of a type already available.
DARPA technical accomplishments: an historical review of selected DARPA projects by Sidney G. Reed, Richard H. Van Atta, Seymour J. Deitchman