NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation

Volume: 26
Published: 1979

   Volume 26, Number 1 (Spring 1979)
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COMPRESSION OF EPHEMERIDES BY DISCRETE CHEBYSHEV APPROXIMATIONS A. Deprit, H. Pickard and W. Poplarchek1 - 11
NAVSTAR FIELD TEST RESULTS D. W. Henderson and J. A. Strada12 - 24
NAVIGATION, THE GOVERNMENT AND INDUSTRY: AN ANCIENT PARTNERSHIP Hans Mark25 - 30
APPLICATION OF ELECTRONIC POSITIONING AND NAVIGATION TO GROUND COMBAT W. Hicks31 - 36
THE ROLE OF NAVIGATION SATELLITES IN OIL EXPLORATION J. G. Morgan37 - 43
DRIRU II STANDARD HIGH ACCURACY INERTIAL REFERENCE UNIT FOR SPACECRAFT THROUGH THE 1980'S J. W. Ritter and R. B. Irvine44 - 58
A COMPLETELY PROGRAMMABLE METHOD OF CELESTIAL NAVIGATION C. T. Daub59 - 62
THE USE OF TRANSIT FOR TIME DISTRIBUTION R. E. Cashion, W. J. Klepczynski and K. Putkovich63 - 69
A NEW METHOD FOR PLOTTING THE POSITION LINE: THE GOLEM SOLUTION E. Gradsztajn70 - 77
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUM G. Gebel, H. D. Black and R. Huenemann78 - 79
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -80 - 84
   Volume 26, Number 2 (Summer 1979)
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MAP OF THE WORLD OR SEA CHART? THE CATALAN MAPPAMUNDI OF 1375 H. C. Freiesleben85 - 89
GUIDANCE SYSTEM APPLICATION TO MISSILE-X BASING ALTERNATIVES G. B. Green and L. N. Jenks90 - 104
MISSILE-X/THIRD GENERATION INERTIAL INSTRUMENT CHARACTERIZATION TEST PROGRAM K. R. Wernle105 - 108
GPS APPLICATION TO SEISMIC OIL EXPLORATION C. Johnson and P. Ward109 - 117
THE GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM AND ITS APPLICATION IN SPACECRAFT NAVIGATION A. Van Leeuwen, E. Rosen and L. Carrier118 - 135
REAL TIME SIMULATION OF A LOW COST GPS NAVIGATOR FOR NONPRECISION APPROACHES C. Shively136 - 147
ANALYSIS OF VOR/DME SIGNAL COVERAGE OVER THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES M. L. Goemaat and E. O. Frye148 - 166
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUM N. G. Cubberly, A. Bralove and R. G. Huenemann167 - 170
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -171 - 172
   Volume 26, Number 3 (Fall 1979)
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THE THEORY OF LORAN-C GROUND WAVE PROPAGATION-A REVIEW S. N. Samaddar173 - 187
OMEGA POSSIBILITIES: LIMITATIONS, OPTIONS, AND OPPORTUNITIES E. R. Swanson188 - 202
SIMILARITIES BETWEEN CLASSICAL CELESTIAL NAVIGATION AND ELECTROSTATIC GYRO NAVIGATION J. N. Schmidt203 - 218
TACTICAL AIR NAVIGATION G. R. Marner219 - 223
PRINCIPLES, SYSTEM CONFIGURATION AND ALGORITHM DESIGN OF THE INERTIALLY AIDED JTIDS RELATIVE NAVIGATION FUNCTION W. R. Fried and R. Loeliger224 - 236
DETERMINATION OF RISK OF COLLISION USING TWENTIETH CENTURY TECHNIQUES D. B. Charter, Jr.237 - 243
HIDDEN LIMITS OF COLLISION AVOIDANCE AUTOMATION E. S. Quilter and J. D. Luse244 - 251
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUM C. de Wit, R. G. Huenemann, D. W. Kerst, E. G. DeAvies252 - 255
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -256 - 262
   Volume 26, Number 4 (Winter 1979)
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PILOTS IN THE MARINE TRAFFIC SYSTEM C. W. Koburger, Jr.263 - 266
GENERAL AVIATION ALTIMETRY ERRORS FOR COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEMS A. D. Mundra267 - 274
GENERAL CONVENTIONS AND SOLUTIONS-THEIR USE IN CELESTIAL NAVIGATION G. G. Bennett275 - 280
AUTOMATION OF DMA NAUTICAL INFORMATION PRODUCTS (THE DEFENSE MAPPING AGENCY AND THE NAVIGATOR) O. L. Martin281 - 288
RISK OF COLLISION-A SEQUEL D. B. Charter, Jr.289 - 295
OPTIMAL COLLISION AVOIDANCE IN UNCONFINED WATERS C. de Wit and J. Oppe296 - 303
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS -304 - 307
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUM R. W. Knox, D. C. Scull, E. G. DeAvies308 - 309
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -310 - 314
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