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Journal of Navigation and Port Research

Print ISSN: 1598-5725
Online ISSN: 2093-8470

  • 1,318 Analysis of Safety Considerations for Application of Artificial Intelligencein Marine Software Systems
    1,425 Ship collision in Chinese Maritime Law: Legislation and Judicial Practice
    888 A Study on the Busan Port Selection Factor Changes of Shipping Companies in the Post-Corona Era
    513 The Economic Cycle and Contributing Factors to the Operating Profit Ratio of Korean Liner Shipping
    669 Real-time Wave Overtopping Detection and Measuring Wave Run-up Heights Based on Convolutional Neural Networks (CNN)

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