MRTA


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These temporal and ordering constraints are explained as time-extended task allocation and it is added to Gerkey and Mataric's [4] classical MRTA taxonomy [16].
MRTA dedicates 50 percent of tax revenue to a community reinvestment fund, 25 percent to the state lottery and 25 percent to drug treatment and public education.
In the MRS, the question of which robot is going to execute which task is answered through task allocation problem, which is commonly known as MRTA problem.
Wade that a DOT official would go to the MRTA offices to begin collecting materials and records for the inspector general.
The MRTA problem is a problem that arises in MRS where a number of robots are working together in the aim of achieving a common goal or task which is subdivided into a number of subtasks.
MRTA guerrillas attacked the ambassador's residence Dec.
An unanticipated consequence of MRTA, which apparently was not recognized by its drafters, was its impact on the covenants, conditions, and restrictions of planned developments.
RMI-MRTA director Frank Finch said, 'The proposed new test manoeuvres under directive 2000/56/EC have been of major concern to the MRTA, particularly the obstacle avoidance element, which has to be executed at a minimum of 50km/h and would require a large and costly off-road site equivalent to the size of a football pitch for both training and testing.'
Smith went at once to the jungle town of Uchiza, the lawless nexus of the narcotraffickers, Shining Path, and a rival guerrilla army known as the MRTA.
Carver writes, "Berenson made a choice - a choice to put her own life and liberty at risk on behalf of Tupac Amaru, a terrorist organization." The Tupac Amaru, or MRTA, are not terrorists.
In the book, Fujimori discusses his fight against the Sendero Luminoso (Shining Path) and the Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement (MRTA) as both stepped up their influence mainly in Peru's rural agricultural areas from the 1980s to early 1990s.
The Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand (MRTA) urged the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) on Tuesday to continue supporting Bangkok subway projects in the future even though a private subway operator did not pick a Japanese firm to supply the Thai capital's first subway system.
Thanks to nearly six years of poisonous publicity, Berenson, who in January 1996 was sentenced to life in prison for "treason against the fatherland," was widely viewed by Peruvians as a gringa terrorista who had come to Peru to join the Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement (MRTA), an unpopular guerrilla organization.
A Peruvian court has convicted progressive journalist Lori Berenson of collaborating with an "illicit" organization -- the Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement (MRTA -- and sentenced the 31-year-old North American to 20 years in prison.
The Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement (MRTA) is calling on followers to gather in front of the Japanese ambassador's residence in Lima on April 22 to remember 14 cadres killed in 1997 following their seizure of the house and numerous hostages.