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Modelling the decision process in computer simulation of ship navigation
1. INTRODUCTION. The Collision Regulations are designed to assist navigators to avoid collisions at sea. However, because of their qualitative nature it has been proposed that the Regulations shouldExpand
The Timing of Collision Avoidance Manoeuvres: Descriptive Mathematical Models
This paper examines the frequency distributions of the ranges at which vessels take action to avoid collision. Published data from simulator exercises are employed. Both give-way and stand-on vesselsExpand
THE FLUCTUATIONS OF THE ANGLO-GASCON WINE TRADE DURING THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY
T tHE immense importance of the wines of Gascony in England's medieval trade is revealed in the abundant evidence which has survived for the fourteenth century-evidence above all of a quantitativeExpand
Review Notices : Fouth up in Arms. By G. Paloczi-Horvath. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson. 1971. 349 PP- £3.50
This book is a study of the part played by the younger generation in contemporary affairs, a subject which Mr Paloczi-Horvath feels has been neglected. He argues that young people are, as neverExpand
Review Notices : Studies in the Medieval Wine Trade. By Margery Kirkbride James. Edited by Elspeth M. Veale. London: Clarendon Press: Oxford University Press. 1971. xvii + 242 pp. £4.00
This book is a study of the part played by the younger generation in contemporary affairs, a subject which Mr Paloczi-Horvath feels has been neglected. He argues that young people are, as neverExpand