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A basic recovery algorithm fails in all experiments, and DMLST recovery is not successful in few trials.However, k-DMLST recovery efficiently recovers more than 90 % of robots in all trials.“I wasn’t confident in myself as a freshman, so I didn’t begin look for research opportunities until I was a sophomore,” he said.He spent the summer after his sophomore year working in the Multi-Robot Systems Lab of CS professor James Mc Lurkin.Notes for RICHARD Mc CLURKIN: James Mc Clurkin may have been Elizabeth Mc Clurkin's father, and the husband of Jane Dunwoody. Came from Ireland in the Ship "Brigantine Free Mason" in the year 1772. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 25th day of May 1822. Paulling Thomas Carrol The State of Alabama, County Court of Jefferson. The Tennison Groves Papers on microfilm LDS Family History Centre, 100173, 1766. However, see the following, posted to the Mc Clurkin Genform by Butch Sanders :: It is true that Lois C. [13-504:5] probably the names transcribed as Charles Devian and Charles Denam were the same. to Lois Meyer's notes, "On May 2, 1785, Jane Mc Clurken took land in her own name in Spartanburg County. Whereas the last Will and Testament of Jane Mc Clerkin, duely proved at a County Court held for said County at the court house in the town of Elyton on the first Monday in February 1823, in the will appoint Joshua Harrison and Miss Vesta Mc Clerkin, and the said Joshua Harrison and Miss Vesta Mc Clerkin having given bond and securities and taken the oath required by law therefore that the will of said testator may be well and duely performed, we by these presence grant and commit to said Joshua Harrison and Miss Vesta Mc Clerkin the administration of all and singular goods and chattles, rights and credits, whatsoever belonging to said Joshua Harrison and Miss Vesta Mc Clerkin at the time of her death. ========================================================================== More About JANE DUNWOODY: Fact 1 (2): 1800, Census: Rutherford Co. Mc Clurkin, 56, took to Periscope to deny the marriage rumor.
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(2016) K-Redundant Trees for Safe and Efficient Multi-robot Recovery in Complex Environments. Our approach constructed a maximum-leaf spanning tree for physical routing, such that interior robots remained stationary and leaf robots move.
CLURKIN (or Mc LURKEN) was born c 1750 in IRELAND; County Antrim; Ballymena, and died Bef. He is believed to have married JANE DUNWOODY c 1774 in South Carolina. - Deed was granted Richard Mc Clurken March 17, 1775 150 Acres on James Creek, Craven County, S. or Jeameys Creek, Waters of Tiger River, between Union and Newberry & Spartanburg Counties today. In witness whereof, I now have hereunto set my hand and seal, December 5th, in the year of our Lord, eighteen hundred and twenty-one. Ireland 1766 Religious Census [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2001.
She was born c 1755, and died 1822 in Alabama; Jefferson Co. Will Bk, pg 29, quoted in Alabama Records, Vol 18, Jefferson County, Compiled by Pauline Jones Gandrud.). 19, 1799, and moved to Rutherford County, North Carolina." Lois believed Jane to have been the widow of Richard Mc Clurken, rather than James Mc Clurken, and says "Richard Mc Clurken granted 150 Acres of land 1/6 1773. her Jane X Mc Clerkin mark Signed, sealed and published and declared by the said testatrix as an and for her last Will and Testament, in the presence of us who at her request, in her presence, and in the presence of each other, have subscribed our names as witnesses thereunto. Paulling Thomas Carrol John Paulling State of Alabama) Jefferson County) Personally appeared before me the undersigned Justice of the Peace in and for said County, John Paulling, Robert Paulling, and Thomas Carrol, and made oath in due form that they saw Jane Mc Clerkin sign the foregoing instrument, as her last will and testament. Original data: The 1766 Religious Census of Ireland.
Previously, we designed a distributed algorithm, called DMLST, to recover robots .