Publications

Export 10 results:
Author Keyword Title Type [ Year(Asc)]
Filters: Keyword is Other and Author is Smith, Shep M  [Clear All Filters]
2010
Weber, T. C., Mayer, L. A., Greenaway, S. F., De Robertis, A., Wilson, C., Smith, S. M., & Rice, G. A.. (2010). Observations Near the Well Head using Vessel Mounted Scientific Echo Sounders. Acoustical Society of America (ASA). presented at the Nov 15 - Nov 19, Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico.
2004
Calder, B. R., & Smith, S. M.. (2004). A Time Comparison of Computer-Assisted and Manual Bathymetric Processing. International Hydrographic Review. Lemmers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Geomatics Information & Trading Center - GITC.
2003
Mayer, L. A., Calder, B. R., Brennan, R. T., Gee, L., Smith, S. M., Ware, C., et al.. (2003). New Paradigms for Hydrographic Data Processing and Products. International Conference on High-Resolution Survey in Shallow Water (HRSSW). presented at the Nov 17 - Nov 20, St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada.
Smith, S. M. (2003). Navigation Surface Creation and Use for Charting Example - Seacoast New Hampshire. U.S. Hydrographic Conference (US HYDRO). presented at the Mar 24 - Mar 27, Biloxi, MS, USA.
Brennan, R. T., Ware, C., Alexander, L., Armstrong, A. A., Mayer, L. A., Huff, L. C., et al.. (2003). Electronic Chart of the Future: The Hampton Roads Project. U.S. Hydrographic Conference (US HYDRO). presented at the Mar 24 - Mar 27, Biloxi, MS, USA.
Arsenault, R., Smith, S. M., Ware, C., Mayer, L. A., & Plumlee, M. D.. (2003). Fusing Information in a 3D Chart of the Future Display. U.S. Hydrographic Conference (US HYDRO). presented at the Mar 24 - Mar 27, Biloxi, MS, USA.
PDF icon Arsenault_2003_Hydro_Fusing_Info_3D_Chart_of_the_Future.pdf (526.83 KB)
2002
Calder, B. R., & Smith, S. M.. (2002). A Comparison of the Automated Navigation Surface to Traditional Smooth Sheet Compilation. Canadian Hydrographic Conference (CHC). presented at the May 28 - May 31, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Smith, S. M., Alexander, L., & Armstrong, A. A.. (2002). The Navigation Surface: A New Database Approach to Creating Multiple Products from High-Density Surveys. International Hydrographic Review. Lemmers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Geomatics Information & Trading Center - GITC.