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technology can move specialized knowledge farther forward operationally, providing artificial substitutes for the skilled professionals who are so often in short supply. Work of this nature must be interdisciplinary in approach, utilizing engineers, information specialists, and clinicians in order to build a functional, validated, and user-friendly system.
Acknowledgments: NASA-Johnson Space Center/National Space Biomedical Research Institute: Jim Logan, Rick Pettys, Subhajit Sarkar, M.G. Sriram, Christopher Stokes; NASA-Ames Research Center/Stanford University: Sekou Crawford, John Hines, Kevin Montgomery.