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The Role of the Military Laboratory in Electronics Research and Development

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1 Author(s)
Sherman, Herbert ; 3 Bates Road, Lexington., Massachusetts

The role of the military laboratory in electronics research and development is examined by going through each of the phases leading to operational equipment. In each of these phases, function is examined with particular regard for the special tasks implied for the military laboratories. Some conclusions are reached, based on the premise that the military research and development program of the country is so large that it cannot be accomplished within military laboratories, but will normally be conducted under their general guidance.

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Engineering Management, Transactions of the IRE Professional Group on  (Volume:PGEM-1 )