Alison A. Proctor

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Many onboard navigation systems use the Global Positioning System to bound the errors that result from integrating inertial sensors over time. Global Positioning System information, however, is not always accessible since it relies on external satellite signals. To this end, a vision sensor is explored as an alternative for inertial navigation in the(More)
Rapid changes in the Earth's climate have underscored the importance of increasing our understanding of the world's oceans. More resources are required to chart and maintain newly navigable waters in the far north and to identify new supplies of natural resources. We must increase our capacity to sample the ocean spatially, whether it be to collect data(More)
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