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Following Triton's first flight in May, we've seen a steady increase in the number of test flights and test points being accomplished," said Capt.
However, this target appears too stiff considering that over 1,200 test points were still required to be validated for obtaining the operational certification.
The Lockheed Martin F-35 System Development and Demonstration 2011 flight test program resulted in the completion of more test flights and test points than in any year.
``Both flights went very well - enough to cover all planned target- detection test points plus a few extras,'' said Tom Burbage, Lockheed Martin executive vice president and general manager of the F-35 JSF program.
At specific test points in the genomes, the California ants showed about half as much diversity in their DNA sequences.
Can the average operator quickly identify the test point and probe it?
Using a 45-parameter model, the NN modeling showed significantly better results than linear modeling when the number of test points was less than 62.
New Zealand fly-half Andrew Mehrtens became the fastest man to reach 700 Test points as his side avenged last year's World Cup semi-final defeat by France with a 39-26 win in Paris.