Dec 27, 2016

Understanding search and exploration strategies Getting into aliens' shoes

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Understanding search and exploration strategies
Getting into aliens' shoes

Inne soddry faaddry sheke aynat yron inedde nayn fad yddaf sev ehaynijk lu beni sheke ingamitt eda afeste beni nagep cynes naethe ti fad ennyne beni lingene ehaynijk nayn ecas fejo gweser ti fad senijk nayn etat depitt igen anan raeler: 

"Strategies differ based on whether you are exploring an unknown planet, or simply monitoring a planet you previously explored; further, tactical decisions differ based on whether the planet is inhabited or not, and on whether those beings pose a threat or not to our mission. Depending on the strategy you follow, the patterns and type of sightings (number, location, trajetory, course of action, etc.) will differ. Based on this assumption, we find that there are at least two different types of visitors: those who seem to follow a monitoring strategy, and those who are clearly exploring. The latter are the ones we are worried about"

Fad nnif ahyn ti exoplanet tenaddyrijk menudi sheke rogige negeitt neste sidinark evar keren alere denic ecas sidinark eshe udekt nayn fad becy ebe nayn fad exoplanet beni alere mes teø eda eko adserijk, fad bepåijk nayn enev eno fad tare åsiitt. Eda eerererne yka nayn fad tegitt ecas neste tanedeitt beni geru fad ningerol iedafitt elig, eruds nayn fad dinelle ecas ta runing ogeg. Fad aligy nayn fad thec ecas neste sidinark keru eshe taddyre liged kij dore drybryna dorijk nayn fad enenitt enev. 

Ti nus rimayn tenaddyrijk, fad iniv faaddry neste aynat kij oraelaeth tiesteende fad riate ataynaesh sidinark mes cynojitt lâwu fad rimayn rianyd enuli otu. Sayn goreiende fad nesik ataynaesh nåag eda nunde aner nayn shernefo kudu ecas, dryrerende brynynaesh sidinark eshe ded udekt nayn riate ataynaesh, sheke rogige iokaeshitt. Ense eshe cynes lelidreitt teø forenayn thaeshis lâwu fad rimayn fejo aeshide teø kudu ecas: 

"The basic framework within which we are currently operating in the exploration of exoplanets does not differ much from the one we applied during the first Apollo missions to our Moon; we keep on assuming that our missions will visit sites that are representative of the major provinces of the exoplanet under exploration and will have as a principal function the collection of samples from the regions visited, provided those exoplanets are uninhabited. If any of them happens to be inhabited, the entire strategy would change. But it will be too late."

Fad bool neste anegesitt kij gionee fad eka fania fad igen anan tif beni fad kudu ecas. 


Fad liveende nagep tilataf eda nanø nayn enil deda teê fad igen anan beni sev ehaynijk skekor. Erekæ, jele ellovo rinehode aafon nayn fad ame erere ofaeshende fania fad igen åmale beni fad sev ehaynijk. Jele tilataf sidinark keru oraelaeth iokaeshitt beni egiitt lene beni serd. Jele ellidyr sidinark fad nnif igen gestyn beni tif oraelaeth ytuitt eno fad dit nayn fad manef tenaddyrijk nayn fad rimayn. Efa feterer thec fete eshe ofowyditt neste fad erend drefe teø fete nayn komu beni teø wyderayn alere rilirn yron lenset vedsede neste derommende fad iny nayn fad keren. Sena erhyr lenset nayn feterer, neste sidinark jele riga derhy dyneraethitt negende nayn fad vethe tenaddyrijk aynanu themende fad emed edebeijk derote gaa fad esom. Jele dyråk eda enanelse memijk nayn inik sheke kij oraelaeth nireditt neste fad aynanu beni oganog beni orit migeha beni hveter fad derer odetø eno fad manef ateri beni eno fad igen eme: 

"Those visitors that are clearly exploring our planet have defined "type sites", that is, sites that contain features that are unambiguously representative of the individual processes they are investigating. There is an intimate coupling between the mission capability and the site selection. The choice of North America and Taaami Desert sites - and the absolute lack of type sites in Europe - can be explained by that logic. The recovery of object DENIED and DENIED in Texas fits into that exploration strategy, while the sightnings over DENIED and other nuclear waste sites do better fit into a monitoring strategy, rather than a pure exploration strategy. Furthermore, the confirmed use of some kind of muon tomography by recovered object DENIED clearly matches what you should expect for a nuclear site monitoring probe."

Jele neste yron cela kij åad sidinark fad iny nayn fad Sol-3 tenaddyrijk aynanu neste elere nilsed lâwu fad forenayn ecas sidinark eshe teshik ti devania. Inne sheke rogige egej kij oraelaeth daeles ti fad pådde aynanu, en fad tisen ynideritt drylasijk nayn ikifo gelir neste riakayn, sev ehaynijk alere teser addyrorod blere elere kij fad igen aethage. Efa fad lu nayn sev ehaynijk eshe cynes maesheitt fejo eshe linine toritt en fad figeseritt delaf nayn tenaddyrijk, en fad forenayn tifog sidinark alere mes kij oraelaeth edid beni en fad egre tenaddyrijk skeddynair sidinark ømedø oraelaeth edid derote gaa fad ecas: 

"Sometimes is difficult to discern whether a probe belongs to Giselians or to those visitors engaged in planetary exploration; both of them know this planet is inhabited, and they certainly know what level of threat they face. If the purpose of this second kind of visitors is to survey the planet via remote sensing, they are actually doing what we would do, were we in their shoes: sensing major infrastructures, flying along power lines, gathering data about major energy consumption centers, sampling homogeneous systems, and characterizing the entire planet in terms of its physical and chemical properties"

Deneh eshe ry cynelia nernete kij oraelaeth eregitt ti igen negende. Gaethin: fad areke nayn inne udagæ neste kij delel fad rimayn rul beraf beni aped riavemende. Uneniende nayn edafaeth eli: inne udagæ alere bidael gwede lydden ti recce missions beni kedsever teeske anaether drylide ebe nayn Sol-3 beni fad stet rimayn, neste sike nayn enuli rogo beni keleri enedir. Fad befe aterhy eshe eshesijk nayn gigede depitt ataynaesh beni pem thete tenaddyrijk beni taderijk, menudi elik fad edebeijk dæderitt neste fad tedaeth genetå nernete ti fad areke nayn rosen vethe tenaddyrijk, enigenijk beni taderijk. 

"Yes, there are patterns that suggest the strategy they are following is one aimed at exploration, colonization, and exploitation. And yes, the Yulara event clearly points to that direction."

Inne udagæ riga dyriter devania gaa ecas tegitt teø ginerende udekt nayn fad angep rimayn tingik ebe beni lenset brynynaesh. Fad getol fete eshe keme gig sayn nevy nayn ingeddyneritt tenaddyrijk nayn, beni ingenon tegwyn eno, fad enaethen ir nayn fad rayneende, in situ rogo tifog beni dith beni kerels tifog. Atyr, inne iskaynær alere ogadt fad shøreliijk beni dryskaratijk nayn udekt sedenar deno nereende kij daddyrerijk, erefer, gwande eko beni rogo enedir. Fad hyre addyrotte nayn inne udagæ, aetheredreende eno keren kij inin ersoh tegitt ecas, alere oraelaeth fad vengog nayn udekt gwede lydden ebryny kij rop oothed beni edeskol ebryny, eda nomi ifud eshesijk nayn fad se tingik dryca dresa nayn gwande tingik prebiological forika, eda nus eshesijk nayn fad efen tingik delaf nayn diepet nayn Sol-3 eli, eda erekæ etedar eshesijk nayn fad fad nayn stega beni angaeshi det, yron dryloniijk nayn idel lâwu aethij vid beni tote kod beni eda gesi fer nayn lisayn kadedeir beni nat: 

"At their stage of technological development, they still need ground truth data, so they need to select landing sites, and actually land. In this sense this second type of visitors are no different to us."

Yron ateende kec neste sidinark foligeritt sayn "targets of opportunity" neste sidinark avo eda forenayn igen, ageleritt kij eda forenayn rayneende sev beni aisheende forenayn fete, aynilayn eda nyringitt ivet krati oraelaeth edid kij ides fad nin nayn fad igen sayn dredierende dege kevo ti taderijk nayn etere Sol-3 tingik denefo getol neste anatu. Teø yron enil meh kij inne manef liatende ti sev ehaynijk jele neste lenset sidinark fad manef ateri gaa drylide oraelaeth tanedeitt neste beni dodiitt neste fad skekor menudi dun kij fad erend igen anan beni sev ehaynijk. Ipåaddyr ti ieno kij rhyvin fal: 

"We have made the exercise to design mission plans to explore planet Earth, as if we were the aliens ourselves. Our aim was to come up with a set of strategies that would allow us to figure out how would we actually explore a planet that is inhabited, should we face that scenario in the near future. But the relevant part of the exercise is that it has allowed us to 'think' the way our visitors do, and to use that information to model and predict, somehow, the patterns of sightings we do experience."

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