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Author:Adam Wolski
Data Source:[J].Journal of Navigation(IF 0.618), 1986, Vol.39 (3), pp.439-441Cambridge U Press
Author:Andrzej Banachowicz , Adam Wolski
Data Source:[J].Journal of KONBiN, 2012, Vol.22 (1), pp.89-96De Gruyter
Abstract:Abstract Algorithms of solutions to navigational problems usually comprise elements for numerical calculations. Apart from random errors, numerical errors of varying nature can be found in them. These errors are due to the level of precision of input data, the approximabilit...
Author:Andrzej Banachowicz , Adam Wolski , Grzegorz Banachowicz
Data Source:[J].Journal of Konbin, 2008, Vol.4 (1), pp.5-24De Gruyter
Abstract:Integration of the Short-Range Hyperbolic System Jemioluszka and DGPS This article describes an algorithm of an integrated navigational system developed for the navigation and steering along a given trajectory by rescuesalvage ships operated by the Polish Navy. Due to strict requ...
Author:Andrzej Banachowicz , Adam Wolski
Data Source:[J].Reports on Geodesy and Geoinformatics, 2014, Vol.96 (1), pp.1-8De Gruyter
Abstract:Abstract An essential aspect of the safety of navigation is avoiding collisions with other vessels and natural or man made navigational obstructions. To solve this kind of problem the navigator relies on automatic anti-collision ARPA systems, or uses a geometric method and makes ...
Author:Adam WOLSKI
Data Source:[J].Scientific Journal of Silesian University of Technology. Series Transport, 2017, Vol.96SUT
Abstract:As maritime tourism has been developing dynamically in recent years, including cruises into polar areas, the author attempts to identify factors essential for the safety of navigation in those sea areas, with a specific focus on the waters of the Antarctica. The presented methods...
Author:Kazimierz SKÓRA , Adam WOLSKI
Data Source:[J].Scientific Journal of Silesian University of Technology. Series Transport, 2016, Vol.92SUT
Abstract:A sea voyage can be divided into three parts with varying degrees of risk: -from the berth at the port of departure to the pilot disembarkation point; -from the pilot disembarkation to another pilot embarkation point near the port of call/destination; -from the pilot embarkation ...
Author:Andrzej BANACHOWICZ , Adam WOLSKI
Data Source:[J].Scientific Journal of Silesian University of Technology. Series Transport, 2016, Vol.92SUT
Abstract:The operation of vehicles (watercraft, aircraft, land-based, spacecraft, unmanned) requires the use of navigation systems for their control. These systems can be characterized by varying degrees of complexity and technological advancement. However, each system has sources of info...
Author:Andrzej BANACHOWICZ , Adam WOLSKI
Data Source:[J].Scientific Journal of Silesian University of Technology. Series Transport, 2017, Vol.95SUT
Abstract:The estimation of position coordinates of a navigating ship is one of the navigational subprocesses. The methods used in this process are either deterministic (the case of a minimum number of navigational parameters measurements) or probabilistic (in cases where we have access to...
Author:Andrzej Banachowicz , Adam Wolski
Data Source:[J].Geodesy and Cartography, 2010, Vol.59 (1), pp.29-38De Gruyter
Abstract:Sequential integration of measurements of navigational position parameters The sequential method of integrating navigational parameters obtained from non-simultaneous navigational measurements is presented. The proposed algorithm of position coordinates estimation is general and ...

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