A safety-based decision making architecture for autonomous systems

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Other titlesSafety based decision making architecture for autonomous systems.
Statementby Joseph C. Musto and L.K. Lauderbaugh.
SeriesCIRSSE report -- #98., [NASA contractor report] -- NASA CR-191864.
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