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-Development of a Multi-AUV SLAM Testbed at the University of MichiganNaval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Department of; Marine Hydrodynamics Laboratories; Ann Arbor
-The Upper-Great Lakes Observing SystemNaval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Department of; Marine Hydrodynamics Laboratories; Ann Arbor
-An Overview of Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Research and Testbed at PeRLNaval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Department of; Marine Hydrodynamics Laboratory; Ann Arbor
-BathyBoat: An Autonomous Surface Vessel for Stand-alone Survey and Underwater Vehicle Network SupervisionNaval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Department of; Marine Hydrodynamics Laboratories; Michigan Tech Research Institute; Ann Arbor
-A Basic Problem of Resource Allocation in Target TrackingNaval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Department of; Department of Ocean Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
-Time-varying Ultimate Strength of Aging Tanker Deck Plate Considering Corrosion EffectNaval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Department of; American Bureau of Shipping, 16855 Northchase Drive, Houston, TX 77060
-New Models on the Ocean Acoustic Detection ProcessNaval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Department of; Department of Ocean Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139; Naval Underwater Systems Center, New London Laboratory, New London, Connecticut 06320
-An Improved Formulation for Bulk Cargo Ship Scheduling with a Single Loading PortNaval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Department of; Department of Shipping Management, Korea Maritime University,&Pusan 606-791, Korea
-BathyBoat: Autonomous surface command and control for underwater vehicle networksNaval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Department of; Michigan Tech Research Institute, Michigan Technological University; Ann Arbor
-Options for Nonindigenous Species Control and Their Economic Impact on the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway: A SurveyNaval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Department of