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A Study on the Influence of Navigational Environment on Mariner`s Behavior for Collision Avoidance
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Influence of Navigational Environment on Mariner`s Behavior for Collision Avoidance
Park, Jung-Sun; Yea, Byeong-Deok;
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 Abstract
The safety degree of navigation for collision avoidance is closely related with the combination between mariner`s behavior and navigational environment. The condition of navigational environment is mainly decided by navigable waters, ship traffic, rule of road, sea state, weather and so on. Especially, the condition of navigable waters and ship traffic in navigational environment are ones of the important factors to attain safe navigation when mariners are underway and crossing, head on or overtaking situation. Thus this paper is to analyze the characteristics of mariner`s behavior for collision avoidance caused by ship traffic and navigable waters by analyzing the contents of questionnaire and the results of international collaborative research. As a result, it can be concluded that the density of ship traffic and the area of navigable waters affect mariner`s ship handling for collision avoidance.
 Keywords
Mariner`s behavior;Ship handling;Collision avoidance;Detection;Recognition;Avoiding action;Navigational environment;Ship traffic;Navigable waters;
 Language
English
 Cited by
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Mariner's Performances and the Behavior Fluctuation Affecting Navigational Safety, Journal of Navigation and Port Research, 2012, 36, 4, 279  crossref(new windwow)
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