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our proposal is very simple. However,
to communicate its simplicity we must rely upon the reader to
have a working understanding of certain key issues related to
the first six sections are intended to develop the
background necessary to understanding the context of our
proposal. As much
of this work has already been explored and established by other
researchers, national research institutes and government
agencies, a good part of these sections will simply be a 'guided
tour' through their findings. We
have broken these tours into 3 pieces: a top level summary, a
'more on' extension and finally an appendix with much greater
detail and with the addresses to the original researcher's web
sites. Unless you
are an expert in this field, we highly recommend you take the
time to travel deeper into the available information and at
least review the 'More' level of additional materials.
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