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Gary Thompson, Russel Tronstad, and Michael Kilby

136 ORAL SESSION (Abstr. 651-657) CROSS-COMMODITY COMPUTERS/EXTENSION

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David S. Nuland and Jim Schild

136 ORAL SESSION (Abstr. 651-657) CROSS-COMMODITY COMPUTERS/EXTENSION

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Mark Freeman and Dale Handley

136 ORAL SESSION (Abstr. 651-657) CROSS-COMMODITY COMPUTERS/EXTENSION

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Allen C. Botacchi

136 ORAL SESSION (Abstr. 651-657) CROSS-COMMODITY COMPUTERS/EXTENSION

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W.P. Cowgill and R. VanVranken

105 WORKSHOP 13 Computer and Electronic Systems Applications in Horticulture

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R. Daniel Lineberger

105 WORKSHOP 13 Computer and Electronic Systems Applications in Horticulture

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Pascal Nzokou, Nicholas J. Gooch, and Bert M. Cregg

-based automated irrigation system for fraser fir Christmas tree plantations that would (1) use existing technologies, (2) apply water based on changes in soil moisture content, (3) provide operational flexibility, and (4) interface with a computer for system

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Rhuanito Soranz Ferrarezi and Tzu Wei Peng

the timestamp, save data into a memory card, and transmit the data to the cloud reduces the system performance for various sensors to handle large, complex systems. Embedded computers with a credit-card size became popular due to the promotion of

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Bridget K. Behe, R. Thomas Fernandez, Patricia T. Huddleston, Stella Minahan, Kristin L. Getter, Lynnell Sage, and Allison M. Jones

the software used to operate the equipment: one pair of eye-tracking glasses and another eye-tracking device mounted to a computer monitor. The GET was a mobile glasses eye tracker ( Fig. 1 ) while the LET device was the X1 Light Eye Tracker ( Fig. 2

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Arnold W. Schumann

Differential Global Positioning System (DGPS) receiver. Mobile computing and data storage. Mobile or handheld computers are indispensible for recording field observations during scouting, leaf sampling, or soil surveying. When used in conjunction with GPS and