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Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

An agency of the U.S. Department of Defense responsible for developing new military technologies. It is perhaps best known for its development of Arpanet, which is the direct precursor of the modern Internet. It was established in 1958 and is based in Arlington, Virginia.
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As part of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's Quantum Information Science and Technology program, NIST researchers have designed and built a prototype single photon detection system that has demonstrated the ability to count the number of photons in a short pulse of light with no dark counts.
The Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency will pattern its broad agency announcements after those issue by DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
The federal government's Total Information Awareness (TIA) project, spearheaded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), has been called "the mother of all data-mining projects" by some.
SUPPOSE YOU'RE DEVISING a logo for a new wing of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, an office charged with developing intelligence tools and integrating the government's existing surveillance networks.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and the Office of Naval Research are developing a scramjet missile engine to cruise up to Mach 6.
Proposals for research on revolutionary pathogen and chemical countermeasures and advanced medical diagnostics are sought by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and are due 31 August 2000.
The Internet began in 1969 as the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET).
Originally started by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to facilitate information sharing among Department of Defense scientists and researchers, the Internet is an octopus of networks that connect millions of users, and allow them to conduct free-flowing exchanges of ideas, data, and images.
firms could not work together, and the Bush administration's firing of the most important government actor in government-industry cooperation--Craig Fields, the head of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), I find this a deeply pessimistic book.
Walker, Director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, to lead a team in designing, building, and demonstrating a next-generation optical telescope system for agile small satellite constellations.

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