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"3-D Capabilities for GPS Transceiver Arrays", Proceedings of the Institute of Navigation GPS-2002 Conference, Portland, OR, September, 2002.
"A Contestant in the 1996 International Aerial Robotics Competition", AUVSI '96 Proceedings, Orlando, FL, Stanford University Aerospace Robotics Lab, pp. 939-946, July, 1996.
"A Contestant in the 1997 International Aerial Robotics Competition", AUVSI '97 Proceedings: Stanford University Aerospace Robotics Lab, July, 1997.
"A Local-Area GPS Pseudolite-Based Mars Navigation System", Proceedings of the IEEE 10th International Conference on Advanced Robotics, Budapest, Hungary, August, 2001.
"A Local-Area GPS Pseudolite-Based Navigation System for Mars Rovers", Journal of Autonomous Robots, vol. 14, no. 2-3, pp. 209-224, March, 2003.
"An Improved Solution Algorithm for Self-Calibrating Pseudolite Arrays", Proceedings of the 2002 Institute of Navigation National Technical Meeting, San Diego, CA, January, 2002.
"Carrier Phase GPS and Computer Vision for the Control of an Autonomous Helicopter", Proceedings of the Institute of Navigation GPS-96 Conference, Kansas City, MO, pp. 461-465, September, 1996.
"Combined CDGPS and Vision-Based Control of a Small Autonomous Helicopter", Proceedings 1998 American Control Conference, Philadelphia, PA, American Automatic Control Council, June, 1998.
"Field Demonstration of a Mars Navigation System Utilizing GPS Pseudolite Transceivers", Proceedings of the 2002 IEEE Position, Location, and Navigation Symposium, Palm Springs, CA, pp. 150-155, April, 2002.
"Field Test Results for a Self-Calibrating Pseudolite Array", Proceedings of the Institute of Navigation GPS-2000 Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, pp. 1046-1055, September, 2000.
"GPS on the Web: Applications of GPS Pseudolites", GPS Solutions, vol. 6, no. 4, pp. 268-270, March, 2003.
"GPS Pseudolite Transceivers and their Applications", Proceedings of the 1999 Institute of Navigation National Technical Meeting, San Diego, CA, January, 1999.
"Mars Navigation System Utilizes GPS", IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, vol. 18, no. 4, pp. 3-8, April, 2003.
Self-Calibrating Pseudolite Arrays: Theory and Experiment, , Stanford, CA 94305, Stanford University, May, 2002.
"Self-Calibration of Pseudolite Arrays Using Self-Differencing Transceivers", Proceedings of the Institute of Navigation GPS-99 Conference, Nashville, TN, pp. 1549-1558, September, 1999.