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Presents detailed descriptions of and commentary upon 15 of the 24 demonstration projects analyzed in the course of the overall study. These projects include the Nuclear Ship [Savannah]; Mechanized Refuse Collection (Godzilla); Computer-Assisted Electrocardiogram Analysis; Teleprocessing of Medicaid Claims; Shipbuilding Research, Development and Demonstration Program; Fish Protein Concentrate Plant; Saline Water Conversion Plant; Dial-A-Ride Transportation System; Yankee and Connecticut Yankee Nuclear Power Reactors; Refuse Firing Demonstration (Solid Waste-to-Fuel Conversion); Synthetic Fuels Demonstration Program; Operation Breakthrough (Industrialized Housing Techniques); Personal Rapid Transit System; Hydraulic Knee Prosthetic Device; and the Phase II Case Study Instrument. (See also R-1925, R-1926.)

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