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NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation
Volume: 20
Published: 1973

   Volume 20, Number 1 (Spring 1973)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ARTIFICIAL HORIZON FOR CELESTIAL NAVIGATIONS. Moskowitz1 - 16
LORAN-C ON THE LOWER GREAT LAKES (Also see Errata Vol. 20, No. 2, Pg. 170)C. B. Jeffery17 - 28
A SCHEME FOR ESTIMATING AIRCRAFT VELOCITY DIRECTLY FROM AIRBORNE RANGE MEASUREMENTS (Also see Errata Vol. 20, No. 2, Pg. 170)B. Lee29 - 40
SCALED ILLUSTRATION OF UNIT SPHERE GEOMETRY WITH NAVIGATION APPLICATIONSS. C. Marcus41 - 48
DIGITAL ATTITUDE REFERENCE SYSTEM (DARS)B. H. Campbell and T. C. Coffey49 - 67
NAVIGATION AID REQUIREMENTS FOR THE U. S. COASTAL/CONFLUENCE REGIONE. B. Blood68 - 76
RIHANS (RIVER AND HARBOR AID TO NAVIGATION SYSTEM)R. L. Cook77 - 80
ACCURACY LIMITATIONS OF THE OMEGA NAVIGATION SYSTEM EMPLOYED IN THE DIFFERENTIAL MODEJ. M. Beukers81 - 92
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-93 - 95
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS-96 - 100
   Volume 20, Number 2 (Summer 1973)
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FUEL FOR THE PLOTTING FIRE-TRUE VERSUS RELATIVE MOTIONHilliard L. Lubin101 - 115
A DAY/NIGHT REMOTE-CONTROLLED LLLTV CAMERA-SEXTANT SYSTEM FOR GENERAL AND CELESTIAL NAVIGATIONS. Feldman, G. Barton, B. Katz and R. Wilkinson116 - 125
MARINE ESG NAVIGATION AS A CAPABILITY FOR THE PRESENTO. L. Elton and J. P. Moore126 - 136
NAVIGATION TRAINING AT THE U. S. NAVAL ACADEMYJ. E. Shew137 - 143
OPTIMAL EVASIVE MANEUVERS IN MARITIME COLLISION AVOIDANCEA. W. Merz144 - 152
SIMULATOR, A DEMAND FOR TRAINING THE FUTURE NAVIGATORS OF SHIPSH. C. Freiesleben153 - 158
TIME, SPACE, AND ENERGY MANAGEMENT IN THE AIRWAYS TRAFFIC CONTROL MEDIUMC. W. Vietor159 - 170
ERRATA-170 - 192
A MODIFIED COMPOSITE WAVE TECHNIQUE FOR OMEGAW. Papousek and F. H. Reder171 - 177
NEW ALGORITHMS FOR CONVERTING LORAN TIME DIFFERENCES TO POSITIONB. Friedland and M. F. Hutton178 - 188
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-189 - 192
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUMContributor- J. D. Salisbury190 - 192
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS-191 - 192
   Volume 20, Number 3 (Fall 1973)
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H. O. 229 INTERPOLATIONE. B. Brown and J. J. Speight193 - 207
THE POLAR FLAP-BYRD'S FLIGHT CONFIRMEDJ. N. Portney208 - 218
PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS-NAVIGATION AND ITS RELATION TO SOCIETYLoren E. DeGroot219 - 223
RECENT (1973) IMPROVEMENTS IN THE NAVY NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEMV. L. Piscane, B. B. Holland and H. D. Black224 - 229
MLS-NAVIGATION, GUIDANCE, AND CONTROLG. L. Neal230 - 244
MILITARY APPLICATION OF THE TRANSIT SATELLITE NAVIGATION SYSTEM IN THE P-3C ASW AIRCRAFTT. B. Merkel245 - 251
ORBITER ABORT GUIDANCEV. S. Sohoni252 - 261
USE OF MATCHED AIRBORNE OMEGA RECEIVERS FOR RENDEZVOUSD. Mactaggart262 - 266
PILOTAGE ERROR AND RESIDUAL ATTENTION: THE EVALUATION OF A PERFORMANCE CONTROL SYSTEM IN AIRBORNE AREA NAVIGATIONS. N. Roscoe and E. F. Kraus267 - 279
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-280 - 284
   Volume 20, Number 4 (Winter 1973)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
NONLINEAR TRAJECTORY- FOLLOWING AND CONTROL TECHNIQUES IN THE TERMINAL AREA USING THE MLS NAVIGATION SENSORP. Madden and M. Desai285 - 295
AIR ROUTE CAPACITY MODELSW. Siddiqee296 - 300
A SURVEY OF SATELLITE-BASED SYSTEMS FOR NAVIGATION, POSITION SURVEILLANCE, TRAFFIC CONTROL, AND COLLISION AVOIDANCEKeith D. McDonald301 - 320
AN ATTITUDE REFERENCE SYSTEM WITH ELECTRICALLY SUSPENDED GYROSD. F. Elwell321 - 328
COMMUNICATIONS AND POSITION FIXING EXPERIMENTS USING THE ATS SATELLITESRoy E. Anderson329 - 345
AN EXACT SOLUTION TO A PROBLEM IN POSITIONINGMyron C. Young346 - 356
EFFECTIVENESS LIMITATIONS OF MIDAIR COLLISION AVOIDANCE STRATEGIESJohn L. Ramsey357 - 369
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-370 - 371
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS-372 - 373
INDEX TO VOLUME 20-374 - 375