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Technical Papers / Articles/ Reports
Evaluation of AUV-based ADCP Measurements
Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 4, 2006, pp. 58-67. Derek A. Fong and Nicole. L. Jones; Environmental Fluid Mechanics Laboratory, Stanford University.
Experimental Results in Synchronous-Clock One-Way-Travel-Time Acoustic Navigation for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles
by Ryan M. Eustice, Louis L. Whitcomb, Hanumant Singh, and Matthew Grund. Journal of Field Robotics, September 2010.
Exploring the Deepest Depths: Preliminary Design of a Novel Light-Tethered Hybrid ROV for Global Science in Extreme Environments
by Andrew D. Bowen, Dana R. Yoerge
Measuring the Dispersion Coefficient with Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers
Meredith L. Carr and Chris R. Rehmann, M.ASCE, Journal of Hydraulic Engineering© ASCE, August 2007
"The Experimental Study on GPS/INS/DVL Integration for AUV"
, IEEE Xplore, October 2008, by Lin Zhao and Wei Gao, Automation College, Harbin Engineering University. (Acrobat File)
"Introduction to an AUV "r2D4" and its Kuroshima Knoll Survey Mission"
, 2004, by Tamaki Ura, Kangsoo Kim, Takashi Sakamaki, Akira Asada, Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo; and Yuji Oyabu, Takashi Obara, Kenji Nagahashi, and Hisashi Koyama, Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. (Acrobat File)
"Performance of an AUV
Navigation System at Arctic Latitudes", Oceans 2003, By Rob S. McEwen and
Hans Thomas, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute; and Donald Weber and Frank Psota,
Kearfott Guidance and Navigation Corp. (Acrobat File)
Performance Undewater Navigation - Experimental Results", Hydro,
January/February 2002. (Acrobat File)
is Key to AUV Missions", Sea Technology, January 2002 (Acrobat file)
A Totally Integrated Inertial Navigation System (INS) Solution", Underwater
Intervention Symposium, February 2002. (Acrobat file)
Kalman Filters and Sensor Integration
"RDI Doppler Velocity Log -- a key component of WHOIs Deep Submergence navigation
suite" by Ned Brokloff, Johns Hopkins University.
For a copy of this paper (presented at ADCPs in Action 2003) and
further information on Kalman Filters, please contact Mr. Ned Brokloff [Ned.Brokloff@jhuapl.edu].
Doppler Velocity Log -- a key component of WHOIs Deep Submergence navigation suite"
provided compliments of Johns Hopkins University.
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