A decision structure for teaching machines. by Richard D Smallwood

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The ship leaves the Royal Dock at Grimsby and moves out into the river. She turns east towards the Humber Light Vessel and then turns north setting her course for the Vestfjord in northern Norway, five days' steam away. Once at sea, the scientists start checking their gear. Their first job is to make sure that the echo-sounder is working properly. This is a machine which records the depth of the sea on paper continuously. It works by sending a very high pitched sound downwards towards the sea bed, which bounces it back to the ship.

The bottom isotherms (or lines of equal temperature on the bottom) have spread on to the flat top of the shelf in the same sort of way. In fact, if we compare the first two charts in Fig. 5, we can see that as the 2°C isotherm on the bottom has moved up on to the shelf, so the echo patches have moved with it. So the tongues of warm water lying in the North-west Gulley and south of the Storfjordrenna on the first survey were probably moving up the shelf then. This means that the echo patches, and hence the fish, were thrust up on to the shelf by the warm West Spitzbergen current.

E R N E S T H O L T TO BEAR ISLAND Björnoya). To the south of the island rises a great cliff, Cape Bull, a thousand feet high. At its foot stands a pinnacle called the Toenail, because it looks very small, although it is four hundred feet high. Beyond the cliff top, to the north, stands Mount Misery, clouded and dark. The ship stops and the fishing skipper prepares to shoot the trawl. The engines of the main winch on the foredeck are run up. The trawl is laid ready on the deck along the side of the ship.

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