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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Information, Communication and Environment : Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation.
London : CRC Press, ©2015
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource (284 pages).|
|Contents:||List of reviewers; Information, Communication and Environment. Introduction; Chapter 1: Maritime Communications; 1.1. Hidden Communication in the Terrestrial and Satellite Radiotelephone Channels of Maritime Mobile Services; 1.2. Introduction to Inmarsat GEO Space and Ground Segments; 1.3. Integration of Radio and Satellite Automatic Identification System for Maritime Applications; 1.4. Satellite Antenna Infrastructure Onboard Inmarsat Spacecraft for Maritime and Other Mobile Applications; 1.5. Synthesis of Composite Biphasic Signals for Continuous Wave Radar. 1.6. Zero Levels Formation of Radiation Pattern Linear Antennas Array with Minimum Quiantity of Controlling Coefficients Weights1.7. Radio Refractivity and Rain-Rate Estimations over Northwest Aegean Archipelagos for Electromagnetic Wave Attenuation Modelling; 1.8. Concepts of the GMDSS Modernization; Chapter 2: Decision Support System; 2.1. Supporting Situation Awareness on the Bridge: Testing Route Exchange in a Practical e-Navigation Study; 2.2. PARK Model and Decision Support System based on Ship Operator's Consciousness. 2.3. Multi-objective Route Optimization for Onboard Decision Support System2.4. Simulation-Augmented Methods for Manoeuvring Support --
On-Board Ships and from the Shore; 2.5. 3D Navigator Decision Support System Using the Smartglasses Technology; 2.6. Neuroevolutionary Ship Maneuvering Prediction System; Chapter 3: Deoinformation Systems and Maritime Spatian Planning; 3.1. Information and Communication Technologies in the Area with a Complex Spatial Structure; 3.2. Establishing a Framework for Maritime Spatial Planning in Europe. 3.3. Application of lntelligent Geoinformation Systems for Integrated Safety Assessment of Marine ActivitiesChapter 4: Hydrometeorological Aspects; 4.1. Design Tide andWave for Santos Offshore Port (Brazil) Considering Extreme Events in a Climate Changing Scenario; 4.2. Mathematical Modeling of Wave Situation for Creation of Protective Hydrotechnical Constructions in Port Kulevi; 4.3. The Northerly Summer Wind off the West Coast of the Iberian Peninsula; Chapter 5: Inland Shipping; 5.1. Emergency Group Decision-Making with Multidivisional Cooperation for Inland Maritime Accident. 5.2. The Concept of Emergency Notification System for Inland Navigation5.3. Ship Design Optimization Applied for Urban Regular Transport on Guadalquivir River (GuadaMAR); 5.4. Ship Emission Study Under Traffic Control in Inland Waterway Network Based on Traffic Simulation Data; 5.5. The Using of Risk to Determination of Safety Navigation in Inland Waters; 5.6. Inland Water Transport and its Impact on Seaports and Seaport Cities Development; Chapter 6: Maritime Pollution and Environment Protection; 6.1. Determination of Marine Pollution Caused by Ship Operations Using the DEMATEL Method.
|Series Title:||Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation.|