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May 19, 2011


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Phil Keyes

Good point. If we had waited for the automobile to incorporate electric windows, air conditioning, cruise control, automatic transmissions and radio ... we would have been waiting a long time when all the while we could have been riding to our destination instead of walking.

We have now been using ASV in some form since 2007 and learn new ways to leverage what it gives us nearly every year. At the moment it is a gateway enabling feature that is helping us to consistently and continuously grow a useful spectral database that I hope to be able to even further harness (and harvest) soon and produce a payback beyond the workload reduction and confidence that it was originally intended to provide for our compound collection.

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