NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation

Volume: 12
Published: 1965

   Volume 12, Number 1 (Spring 1965)
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NAVIGATION TECHNIQUES USED IN THE THRESHER SEARCH S. T. Knott3 - 10
THE CURRENT STATE OF THE SCIENCE OF MARINE NAVIGATION C. M. Jansky, Jr.11 - 23
THE OMEGA NAVIGATION SYSTEM E. R. Swanson and M. L. Tibbals24 - 35
VLF RANGE-RANGE NAVIGATION ERROR CONTOURS Ronald Braff and Nathaniel Braverman36 - 48
MARINE COURSE COMPUTER SEA EVALUATION Karl Burfeindt49 - 59
AN AUTOMATIC SHIPBOARD DEPTH PLOTTING SYSTEM W. J. Tyler60 - 67
THE IMPORTANCE OF THE BASIC MAGNETIC COMPASS IN GENERAL AVIATION William V. Kielhorn68 - 71
A METHOD FOR THE EXACT CALCULATION OF SEA AND AIR MINIMUM TIME TRACKS BY MEANS OF A DIGITAL ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMED COMPUTER Edgar Rossger and Gerhard Ranike72 - 76
A DEAD-RECKONING LAND VEHICLE NAVIGATION SYSTEM E. Wall77 - 89
THE INSTITUTE FILE -90 - 92
   Volume 12, Number 2 (Summer 1965)
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U.S.N.S. ELTANIN, THE USARP RESEARCH SHIP Dr. T. O. Jones95 - 100
COMPUTER PRODUCED SYNOPTIC ANALYSES OF SURFACE CURRENTS AND THEIR APPLICATION FOR NAVIGATION Cdr. W. E. Hubert101 - 107
SHIP WEATHER ROUTING IN THE PACIFIC H. B. Kaster108 - 110
SOME APPLICATIONS OF WEATHER SATELLITES TO MARINE NAVIGATION H. Q. Van Dyke111 - 113
A MERCHANT VESSEL AS AN OCEANOGRAPHIC PLATFORM James E. Wager114 - 117
NAVIGATIONAL IMPROVEMENTS THROUGH THE USE OF MANEUVERING PROPULSION DEVICES Edward A. Butter and, Seth Hawkins118 - 122
SGN-4, LOW-COST MARINE INERTIAL NAVIGATOR Joseph F. Caligiuri123 - 131
PRINTING OF ASTRONOMICAL AND SIGHT REDUCTION TABLES R. L. Duncombe and R. F. Haupt132 - 135
NEWEST ONE-ENTRY NAVIGATION TABLES Captain G. P. Hadjilias, N. C., M. I. N.136 - 144
UNDERSTANDING AN INERTIAL PLATFORM Bernard Nelson145 - 152
MINIMUM ATTENTION DISPLAY TECHNIQUES Ronald J. Massa and Robert Keston153 - 163
ADJUSTMENTS OF CELESTIAL MOTIONS FOR HIGH SPEED JET NAVIGATION Major William A. Cohen164 - 170
AN OPTIMUM STELLAR- INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEM B. E. Bona and C. E. Hutchinson171 - 178
LUNAR DISTANCES AND OCCULTATIONS USING H. O. 214 D. D. Williams179 - 184
THE INSTITUTE FILE -185 - 186
NOTES AND COMMENT -187 - 188
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS -189 - 192
   Volume 12, Number 3 (Fall 1965)
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FROM SIMPLE QUADRANT TO SPACE SEXTANT Saul Moskowitz193 - 200
PRECISE NAVIGATION REQUIREMENTS FOR HELICOPTERS AT SEA V. Withington201 - 205
A SHORT STUDY OF STATISTICS OF COLLISIONS BETWEEN MERCHANT VESSELS R. F. Riggs206 - 217
TRUE MOTION COMPUTER AIDS MOVING TARGET IDENTIFICATION David F. Sykes, Neil J. Jorgensen, and Lt. Kenneth G. Cutler218 - 222
OPTICAL SYSTEM TO IMPROVE ACCURACY OF ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATIONS Captain G. P. Hadjilias, N.C., M.I.N.223 - 226
ELECTRONICALLY STEERABLE ANTENNAS FOR SPACECRAFT-TO-SPACE-CRAFT COMMUNICATIONS Dennis L. Backus227 - 251
SPECIFICATION OF INERTIAL NAVIGATION ACCURACIES Capt. Jefferson Z. Amacker, and Lt. Francis J. Mason252 - 255
A SOLUTION OF THE BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEM FOR SPACE TRAJECTORIES. John Graham Hartwell256 - 268
THE INSTITUTE FILE -269 - 271
NOTES AND COMMENT -272 - 272
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS -273 - 276
   Volume 12, Number 4 (Winter 1965)
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THE USE OF RADIO SEXTANTS IN MARITIME NAVIGATION Dr. Gene R. Marner277 - 286
SURFACE CONTROLLED DEEP OCEAN NAVIGATION TECHNIQUES FOR PRECISE BOTTOM SITE DETERMINATION AND RELOCATION David M. Holmes287 - 298
ELECTRO-OPTICAL SPACE NAVIGATION SIMULATION Robert M. Williams299 - 305
NAVIGATIONAL REQUIREMENTS AND METHODS OF RECREATIONAL BOATMEN Cdr. John E. Everson, N, USPS306 - 311
SEXTANT SIGHTING PERFORMANCE FOR SPACE NAVIGATION USING SIMULATED AND REAL CELESTIAL TARGETS Bedford A. Lampkin312 - 320
CELESTIALLY REFERENCED ELECTRONIC SPACE TRACKING Robert Irving321 - 329
CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN NAVIGATION SATELLITES Eugene Ehrlich330 - 338
CHART LOGISTICS FOR ADVANCED SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Dr. Eric S. Guttmann339 - 347
RADIO AUGMENTED AND CALIBRATED INERTIAL NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT. Donald B. Daniel348 - 354
OPTIMAL STEERING FOR REQUIRED-VELOCITY GUIDANCE Dr. Howard M. Robbins355 - 363
THE INSTITUTE FILE -364 - 366
NOTES AND COMMENT -367 - 369
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS -370 - 370
INDEX TO VOLUME 12 OF NAVIGATION -371 - 370