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Intelligent Evaluation System of Ship Management
1 Dalian Maritime University, Liaoning Province, Dalian, China
ABSTRACT: The security of maritime traffic is a significant part of intelligent maritime traffic. It can reduce to ship maneuvering and collision avoidance by macroscopic. Eighty percents of marine accident induce by human factor from research data. So some researches about intelligent computer evaluation system to reduce the accident of human caused have emerged. Intelligent evaluation system of ship maneuvering can calculate the status of ship and getting the data of ship around, and then adopt fuzzy comprehensive evaluation method to calculate the collision risk and evaluate the operation of navigator. If it has danger of collision risk or the navigator adopts irrational operation scheme by calculating, the system will send message to the navigator. The navigator must affirm the messages, if there is not affirmance, the system will adopt collision avoidance measures or other rational operations automatically at the critical moment.
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Citation note:
Xu Q.Y., Meng X.Y., Wang N.: Intelligent Evaluation System of Ship Management. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp. 479-482, 2010

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