Prediction of First-Order Vessel Responses with Applications to Decision Support Systems

Ulrik D. Nielsen, Toshio Iseki

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Abstract

The paper presents a practical and simple approach for making vessel response predictions. Features of the procedure include a) predictions which are scaled so to better agree with corresponding true, future values to be measured at the time the predictions apply at; and b) predictions that are assigned an uncertainty measure to reflect a level of confidence. The approach is tested with full-scale data and the obtained results/predictions agree well with measured values. Potentially, the procedure is therefore very useful in future developments of general decision support systems.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the World Maritime Technology Conference
Number of pages11
PublisherSociety of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers
Publication date2015
Publication statusPublished - 2015
EventWorld Maritime Technology Conference 2015 - Rhode Island Convention & Omni Hotel, Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Duration: 3 Nov 20157 Nov 2015
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Conference

ConferenceWorld Maritime Technology Conference 2015
LocationRhode Island Convention & Omni Hotel
CountryUnited States
CityProvidence, Rhode Island
Period03/11/201507/11/2015
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Keywords

  • Ship responses
  • Predictions
  • Sea state
  • Response spectra
  • Uncertainty measure

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