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Practical application of domain analysis: port of London case study

Practical application of domain analysis: port of London case study
Practical application of domain analysis: port of London case study

Domain analysis has a well-documented history in peer reviewed academic literature; however there are few instances of its application to facilitate the assessment of system specific navigation risk. This paper details one example of a practical approach to domain analysis for a busy section of the River Thames in Central London. The results correlate well to known high risk collision areas on the river and help to quantify and corroborate expert opinion and local knowledge. However a number of conditions must be accounted for in undertaking a robust study such as the geography of the study site, the purpose and audience of the research, and the availability of data and its limitations.

Automatic Identification System (AIS), Domain Analysis, River Thames
0373-4633
193-209
Rawson, Andrew David
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Rogers, Ed
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Phillips, David
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Rawson, Andrew David, Rogers, Ed, Foster, David and Phillips, David (2014) Practical application of domain analysis: port of London case study. Journal of Navigation, 67 (2), 193-209. (doi:10.1017/S0373463313000684).

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Abstract

Domain analysis has a well-documented history in peer reviewed academic literature; however there are few instances of its application to facilitate the assessment of system specific navigation risk. This paper details one example of a practical approach to domain analysis for a busy section of the River Thames in Central London. The results correlate well to known high risk collision areas on the river and help to quantify and corroborate expert opinion and local knowledge. However a number of conditions must be accounted for in undertaking a robust study such as the geography of the study site, the purpose and audience of the research, and the availability of data and its limitations.

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Published date: March 2014
Keywords: Automatic Identification System (AIS), Domain Analysis, River Thames

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Local EPrints ID: 426241
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/426241
ISSN: 0373-4633
PURE UUID: d18cc720-f699-4e04-aa58-b36ff79d4c0b
ORCID for Andrew David Rawson: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-8774-2415

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Date deposited: 20 Nov 2018 17:30
Last modified: 29 Oct 2019 01:22

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Author: Andrew David Rawson ORCID iD
Author: Ed Rogers
Author: David Foster
Author: David Phillips

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