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Sarah E. Webster
Sarah E. Webster
Senior Research Engineer
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei apl.washington.edu
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Advances in single-beacon one-way-travel-time acoustic navigation for underwater vehicles
SE Webster, RM Eustice, H Singh, LL Whitcomb
The International Journal of Robotics Research 31 (8), 935-950, 2012
2292012
The Nereus hybrid underwater robotic vehicle for global ocean science operations to 11,000 m depth
AD Bowen, DR Yoerger, C Taylor, R McCabe, J Howland, ...
OCEANS 2008, 1-10, 2008
207*2008
The Nereus hybrid underwater robotic vehicle for global ocean science operations to 11,000 m depth
AD Bowen, DR Yoerger, C Taylor, R McCabe, J Howland, ...
OCEANS 2008, 1-10, 2008
1512008
Decentralized extended information filter for single-beacon cooperative acoustic navigation: Theory and experiments
SE Webster, JM Walls, LL Whitcomb, RM Eustice
IEEE Transactions on Robotics 29 (4), 957-974, 2013
1432013
Preliminary deep water results in single-beacon one-way-travel-time acoustic navigation for underwater vehicles
SE Webster, RM Eustice, H Singh, LL Whitcomb
2009 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2009
1212009
Joining of thick section steels using hybrid laser welding
S Webster, JK Kristensen, D Petring
Ironmaking & Steelmaking 35 (7), 496-504, 2008
782008
Navigation and control of the Nereus hybrid underwater vehicle for global ocean science to 10,903 m depth: Preliminary results
LL Whitcomb, MV Jakuba, JC Kinsey, SC Martin, SE Webster, ...
2010 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 594-600, 2010
562010
Field trials of the Nereus hybrid underwater robotic vehicle in the Challenger Deep of the Mariana Trench
AD Bowen, DR Yoerger, C Taylor, R McCabe, J Howland, ...
OCEANS 2009, 1-10, 2009
562009
Acoustic communication performance of the WHOI micro-modem in sea trials of the Nereus vehicle to 11,000 m depth
S Singh, SE Webster, L Freitag, LL Whitcomb, K Ball, J Bailey, C Taylor
OCEANS 2009, 1-6, 2009
542009
Preliminary Results in Decentralized Estimation for Single-Beacon Acoustic Underwater Navigation.
SE Webster, LL Whitcomb, RM Eustice
Robotics: Science and Systems 10, 2010
502010
Towards real-time under-ice acoustic navigation at mesoscale ranges
SE Webster, LE Freitag, CM Lee, JI Gobat
2015 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 537-544, 2015
452015
Toward a platform-independent acoustic communications and navigation system for underwater vehicles
SE Webster, RM Eustice, C Murphy, H Singh, LL Whitcomb
OCEANS 2009, 1-7, 2009
382009
Advances in decentralized single-beacon acoustic navigation for underwater vehicles: Theory and simulation
SE Webster, LL Whitcomb, RM Eustice
2010 IEEE/OES Autonomous Underwater Vehicles, 1-8, 2010
352010
Feasibility of low-power one-way travel-time inverted ultra-short baseline navigation
MV Jakuba, JC Kinsey, JW Partan, SE Webster
OCEANS 2015-MTS/IEEE Washington, 1-10, 2015
302015
Decentralized single-beacon acoustic navigation: Combined communication and navigation for underwater vehicles
SE Webster
The Johns Hopkins University, 2010
302010
Preliminary results in under-ice acoustic navigation for Seagliders in Davis Strait
SE Webster, CM Lee, JI Gobat
2014 Oceans-St. John's, 1-5, 2014
262014
Feasibility analysis of an 11,000 m vehicle with a fiber optic microcable link to the surface
SE Webster, AD Bowen
OCEANS 2003. Proceedings 5, 2469-2474 Vol. 5, 2003
162003
Preliminary results for glider localization in the Beaufort Duct using broadband acoustic sources at long range
CE Graupe, LJ Van Uffelen, SE Webster, PF Worcester, MA Dzieciuch
OCEANS 2019 MTS/IEEE SEATTLE, 1-6, 2019
122019
Towards auto-tuning of kalman filters for underwater gliders based on consistency metrics
L Cai, B Boyacıoğlu, SE Webster, L Van Uffelen, K Morgansen
OCEANS 2019 MTS/IEEE SEATTLE, 1-6, 2019
102019
The development of excavation technology for remotely operated vehicles
S Webster
Archaeological oceanography, 41-64, 2008
102008
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