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"Dog Trolley" AWES Method
A common idea in AWE is to operate a
kite from a cable-run. Our best-known case is Dave Lang's 2004 expert
elicitation of AWES concepts from Joe Hadzicki and Jose Sainz, whose ideas
involved a wheeled carriage constrained to run crosswind along a tensioned
cable segment or loop. A common similarity case is the "dog trolley",
where the dog acts to move the trolley as the kite would, so lets call
this the Dog Trolley Method.
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