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NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation
Volume: 14
Published: 1967

   Volume 14, Number 1 (Spring 1967)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
NOTES ON SUBMARINE PERISCOPESWilliam J. Rowan3 - 21
INTRODUCTION TO THE TRANSLATION OF SCHULER'S ORIGINAL PAPERAlan J. Grant22 - 25
THE DISTURBANCE OF PENDULUM AND GYROSCOPIC APPARATUS BY THE ACCELERATION OF THE VEHICLEDr. Maximilian Schuler (Translated by J. M. Slater)26 - 32
MANEUVERING BOARD OR RADAR PLOTTING SHEET?Capt. Howard L. Peterson33 - 51
SAFETY LANES FOR MARINE NAVIGATIONCapt. Lorne G. Taylor52 - 60
THE COOPERATIVE CHARTING PROGRAM OF THE UNITED STATES POWER SQUADRONSStf/C Myron B. Wolf, N, USPS61 - 64
ROUTING SHIPS THROUGH ICE INFESTED AREASFranklin E. Kniskern65 - 71
MARINE USER'S MODIFICATIONS TO THE AIR ALMANACErnest B. Brown72 - 73
AIR NAVIGATION, A STATUS REPORTCapt. Alton B Moody74 - 81
MEN AND SYSTEMS IN THE YEARS TO COMECapt. Jean Hardouin82 - 84
SGN-10 FIRST COMMERCIAL INERTIAL NAVIGATORJoseph F. Caligiuri85 - 92
CONFIDENCE LIMITS FOR THE PERCENTILE ANALYSIS OF GUIDANCE SYSTEM ERRORSDr. Claude L. Emmerich93 - 94
COMPUTATIONAL ERRORS IN THE GENERATION OF THE DIRECTION COSINE MATRIX IN A STRAPDOWN SYSTEMAvery A. Morgan95 - 104
THE 1965 EVALUATION OF A LITTON LN-12 INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEM IN CIVIL AIR TRANSPORT OPERATIONSRobert J. Holm105 - 116
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-117 - 121
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS-122 - 123
   Volume 14, Number 2 (Summer 1967)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
SATELLITE NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION FOR MERCHANT SHIPSRoy E. Anderson127 - 141
THE KEYSTONE SYSTEM OF ANTI-COLLISION RADAR NAVIGATIONCapt. Robert M. Slack142 - 149
THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE OMEGA NAVIGATION SYSTEM TO SAFE AND ECONOMICAL SHIP OPERATIONSCapt. Joseph F. Enright150 - 156
THE FRANKLIN PILOTING TECHNIQUEErnest B. Brown and Bryon E. Franklin157 - 156
SHIPS BRIDGE AUTOMATIONCapt. Czeslaw A. Abramowski162 - 164
MAN AND RADAR DISPLAY, POSSIBILITIES AND LIMITS OF THE RELIABLE USEDr. H. C. Freiesleben165 - 169
THE ORIGIN OF SEA CLUTTER PATTERNSDr. H. C. Freiesleben170 - 173
HUMAN FACTORS AFFECTING MERCHANT SHIP NAVIGATION SAFETYPhilip Dilloway174 - 178
THE WEIBULL DISTRIBUTION AS A MODEL FOR RADIAL ERRORSJawes D. Baker179 - 186
IMPROVING NAVIGATIONAL SYSTEMS THROUGH ESTABLISHMENT OF A MARINE GEODETIC RANGEA. G. Mourad and N. A. Frazier187 - 194
INSTANTANEOUS IMPACT POINT ANALYSISRichard Y. Pei195 - 204
ALL-WEATHER LANDING SYSTEMS FOR AUTOMATIC AND MANUAL CONTROLJack D. Rector and Edwin R. Hattendorf205 - 217
OPTICAL SYSTEM PERFORMANCE AND ATMOSPHERE ATTENUATIONEarl J. McCartney218 - 228
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-229 - 232
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS-233 - 235
   Volume 14, Number 3 (Fall 1967)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
AN ENGINEERING APPROACH TO THE MATHEMATICS OF CELESTIAL NAVIGATIONJoseph W. Little239 - 248
A SMALL BOAT NAVIGATION SYSTEMAllan C. Bernstein249 - 250
SHIP ROUTING IN CONGESTED WATERSCommodore John W. Anderson251 - 254
TIDAL CURRENT SURVEY OF LONG ISLAND AND BLOCK ISLAND SOUNDSSteacy D. Hicks255 - 264
EXPLICIT (NONITERATIVE) LORAN SOLUTIONSheldon Razin265 - 269
USE OF A SMALL COMPUTER AS A CELESTIAL NAVIGATION AIDD. W. Range and R. N. Southworth270 - 279
RATIONALIZATION AND ECONOMICAL GAINS OF AUTOMATION ABOARD MERCHANT SHIPSCapt. Czeslaw A. Abramowski280 - 284
NAVIGATION MANAGEMENT: THE INTEGRATION OF MULTIPLE SENSOR SYSTEMSLoren A. DeGroot and William L. Polhemus285 - 294
PRECISION ANGLE MEASUREMENT IN ELECTROMAGNETIC NAVIGATION SYSTEMSH. Warren Cooper295 - 307
PILOT WARNING SYSTEMSDr. H. Richard van Saun308 - 314
EROS IN OPERATIONMartin J. Borrok315 - 320
THE ISSUES AND THE ANSWERSRobert E. Perkinson321 - 327
THE IMPACT OF GUIDANCE TECHNOLOGY ON AUTOMATED NAVIGATIONJ. M. Wuerth328 - 339
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-340 - 346
   Volume 14, Number 4 (Winter 1967)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
THE NAUTICAL ALMANAC IN ITS SEVENTH THIRD OF A CENTURYD. H. Sadler349 - 355
MARINE NAVIGATION: WHERE WE STAND-WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONEG. D. Dunlap357 - 362
NAVIGATION OF PLEASURE BOATSR. R. Blandford363 - 367
NAVIGATION IN OCEAN SURVEYSCapt. Miller J. Tonkel, USESSA368 - 375
ANALYSIS OF THE CELESTIAL PLOT IN MARINE NAVIGATIONErnest B. Brown376 - 377
NAVIGATION SATELLITESDonald F. Spencer378 - 382
GROUND-BASED RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATIONSven H. Dodington383 - 387
NAVIGATION OF V/STOL AIRCRAFT IN HIGH-DENSITY URBAN AREASTirey K. Vickers388 - 397
NAVIGATION FOR GENERAL AVIATIONGlen A. Gilbert398 - 415
SPACE NAVIGATIONWilliam T. McDonald and Dr. Robert G. Stern416 - 433
CURVES FOR LORAN-INERTIAL ANALYSIST. M. Pienkowski434 - 442
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-443 - 445
NOTES AND COMMENT-446 - 448
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS-449 - 450
INDEX TO VOLUME 14 OF NAVIGATION-451 - 454