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Right: Representative paths planned across the surface of Kirk Lake in Eugene, Ore. The naive paths represent taking a straight path from the start to the goal while replanning and oracle utilize information about the wind.

Autonomous surface vehicle on Kirk Lake in

Eugene, Ore., during ? eld trials.

Credit: Dylan Jones

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