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NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation
Volume: 17
Published: 1970

   Volume 17, Number 1 (Spring 1970)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
EARLY HISTORY OF DEEP SUBMERGENCE NAVIGATION ABOARD TRIETEKenneth V. Mackenzie3 - 12
MARITIME AIDS TO NAVIGATION IN THE SHORT DISTANCE MARITIME ENVIRONMENTCapt. D. Dulany Claggert13 - 19
ONE-WAY RADIO RANGE MEASUREMENTS FOR SURVEYING AND NAVIGATIONDr. H. C. Freiesleben20 - 23
INTEROCEANIC CANAL STUDIESGeorge A. Makela and Edwin W. Eden, Jr.24 - 31
AUTOMATIC PLOTTING AND ANTI-COLLISION WARNING SYSTEMAldo Massara32 - 38
LONG PERIOD ERROR MODES OF A DOPPLER RADAR/FREE DIRECTIONAL GYRO NAVIGATION SYSTEMF. C. Sakran, Jr.39 - 46
THE OFFSET METHOD OF SONAR RANGINGD. E. Boegeman47 - 51
PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE WITH SATELLITE NAVIGATION ABOARD USNS CHARLES H. DAVIS (T-AGOR 5)E. C. Buffington, K. H. Hughes, and D. W. Muerdter52 - 55
SIDE-LOOKING SONAR NAVIGATIONDr. Carl D. Lowenstein56 - 66
PRECISION POSITION MEASUREMENT FOR SURFACE SHIPS UTILIZING SHORT PULSE MICROWAVE TRANSMISSIONPhilip N. Miydal and Arthur J. Hannum67 - 75
A DEEP SUBMERGENCE DIVERS' NAVIGATION SYSTEMBen Saltzer76 - 82
FLIGHT TEST EXPERIMENTS TO EVALUATE AIDED-INERTIAL SYSTEM PERFORMANCE FOR TERMINAL GUIDANCERonald J. Madigan83 - 100
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-92 - 95
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS-96 - 97
   Volume 17, Number 2 (Summer 1970)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
THE METHOD OF LUNAR DISTANCES AND TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCESaul Moskowitz101 - 121
STONE HENGE AND THE PIRI RE’IS MAPAlan R. Gillespie122 - 123
PRECISE ACOUSTIC NAVIGATION AND POSITION KEEPINGDudley E. Campbell124 - 135
THE USE OF PULSED DOPPLER SONAR FOR NAVIGATION OF MANNED DEEP SUBMERGENCE VEHICLESThomas A. Coulet136 - 141
A NEW APPROACH TO PRELIMINARY SITE SURVEILLANCEGeorge M. Walsh and George J. Moss, Jr.142 - 148
PRECISION SUBSEA NAVIGATION SYSTEMH. Van Calcar149 - 157
CORRELATION SIGNAL PROCESSING FOR DEPTH SOUNDINGGeorge J. Moss, Jr. And George M. Walsh158 - 163
NAVIGATION OF DEEP SUBMERSIBLES IN CLOSE SEARCHCapt. R. K. R. Worthington164 - 169
USING THE NAVY NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEMThomas A. Stansell, Jr.170 - 185
THE PREDICTION OF TIME OF CLOSEST APPROACHA. C. Rawling186 - 189
THERMAL PRECONDITIONING UTILIZING A RADIOISOTOPE HEAT SOURCECapt. Donald C. DePreesm190 - 199
DIRECT-RANGING LORANLeo Horowitz200 - 204
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-205 - 208
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS-209 - 210
   Volume 17, Number 3 (Fall 1970)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
NAVIGATION NEAR THE MOON BY MEANS OF LUNAR-BASED BEACONSThomas M. Carson213 - 218
NAVIGATION DATA FROM MARINER MARS 1969 TV PICTURESThomas C. Duxbury219 - 225
NAVIGATION SATELLITES FOR EARTH-ORBITAL AND LUNAR OPERATIONSThomas P. Nosek226 - 233
EARTH SATELLITE SYSTEMS FOR MARINE AND TRANSOCEANIC NAVIGATION AND TRAFFIC CONTROLCapt. Alfred E. Fiore, and Dr. Paul Rosenberg234 - 245
THE IMPACT OF HELICOPTER OPERATIONS ON AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL IN THE 1970'SCol. James G. McFadden, USA, AASC246 - 252
ANALYSIS OF A CAPACITY CONCEPT FOR RUNWAY AND FINAL-APPROACH PATH AIRSPACEA. J. Goldman253 - 259
TIME-SYNCHRONIZED APPROACH CONTROLRalph L. Erwin, Jr.260 - 266
AVOIDING COLLISIONS IN A TIMELY MANNERRobert E. Perkinson267 - 277
RESULTS OF THE ATA CAS FLIGHT TEST PROGRAMMartin J. Borrok and David C. Rider278 - 289
NAVIGATION BY DEFINITIONN. W. Emmott290 - 294
DETERMINING A RADAR STATION'S CONTACT TIMESJames M. Deike295 - 299
CERTAIN hc/Z COMPUTATION POSSIBILITIESAlfred H. Kerrick300 - 307
TRIANGULATION THEORY AND TECHNIQUESCherokee C. Johnson308 - 324
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-325 - 333
   Volume 17, Number 4 (Winter 1970)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
APPLICATION OF OPTIMAL CONTROL THEORY TO SATELLITE-BASED OCEANIC AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLStuart H. Starr and Dr. Barry M. Horowitz337 - 348
APPLICATION OF STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES TO LANDMARK NAVIGATIONJ. E. Bennett and J. C. Hung349 - 357
SOFTWARE ADVANCES IN AIDED INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMSDr. Arthur Gelb and Dr. Aurthur A. Sutherland, Jr.358 - 369
A STRAPDOWN MAGNETIC AZIMUTH DETECTORW. A. Shapiro and C. E. Roemer370 - 374
CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS IN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL DESIGNDr. Gene R. Marner375 - 380
TIME AND NAVIGATIONDr. R. L. Duncombe and R. F. Haupt381 - 386
THE CURRENT STATUS OF AND FUTURE TRENDS IN NAVIGATION TRAINING AT THE U.S. NAVAL ACADEMYLieut. F. Richard Whalen387 - 396
NAVIGATION TRAINING FOR CURRENT SPACE FLIGHTSFrank Hughes and Charles Floyd397 - 403
MAN'S FUTURE ROLE AS AN AIRCRAFT NAVIGATORDr. Carl F. Hoffman and John J. Czaja404 - 411
MAN-MACHINE CONSIDERATIONS IN SYSTEM DESIGN FOR ALL-WEATHER, LOW-LEVEL NAVIGATIONG. V. S. Raju and D. L. Horwitz412 - 418
USE OF PLANETARIA IN NAVIGATION INSTRUCTIONMajor Kenneth W. Brotnow419 - 421
THE ROLE OF MAN IN AEROSPACE DEFENSE COMMAND NAVIGATIONMajor Ricliard M. Shute422 - 425
INERTIAL SYSTEMS AND AREA NAVIGATION IN THE U.S. DOMESTIC AIRSPACEJoseph M. Del Balzo426 - 431
STAR CHARTS FOR MANNED SPACE FLIGHTTed A. Guillory, Gebe E. Gentry, and John W. O'Neill432 - 447
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-448 - 450
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS-451 - 452
INDEX TO VOLUME 17-453 - 455