Minimal-time ship routing
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Minimal-time ship routing by Willard Evan Bleick

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Published by U.S. Naval Postgraduate School .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Navigation,
  • Calculus of variations,
  • Programming (Mathematics)

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Edition Notes

Bibliography: leaf 9.

Statementby W.E. Bleick and F.D. Faulkner
SeriesUnited States. Naval Postgraduate School. Research paper no. 46
ContributionsFaulkner, Frank David
The Physical Object
Pagination18 leaves :
Number of Pages18
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25461255M

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