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Some Issues on the Design of a Low-Cost Autonomous Underwater Vehicle with an Intelligent Dynamic Mission Planner for Pipeline and Cable Tracking

By Gerardo Gabriel Acosta, Hugo Curti, Oscar Calvo Ibáñez and Silvano Rossi

Published: January 1st 2009

DOI: 10.5772/6693

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