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Browsing by Author Guze, Sambor: 25 Scientific Journals of the Maritime University of Szczecin

  • Smolarek, Leszek; Guze, Sambor (Scientific Journals of the Maritime University of Szczecin, Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Morskiej w Szczecinie, 2011)
    In the paper the hazard estimation method of assessment of risk on ship routes in terms of the random maps has been proposed. The two-dimensional, multimodal density function of hazard areas has been used. Furthermore, the application to identify the main threats, based on accepted minimum level of safety for particular navigational situation has been propose

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  • Smolarek, Leszek; Guze, Sambor (Scientific Journals of the Maritime University of Szczecin, Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Morskiej w Szczecinie, 2010)
    In the paper the hazard estimation model of assessment of risk on ship routes in terms of supporting the decision depending on the traffic stream parameters has been proposed. It has been obtained by applying of semi-Markov model of safety and partial models based on consecutive “k out of n: G” systems. Furthermore, the considerations on the aspects of the selection methodology for assessment of risk to a ship route have been presente
  • Guze, Sambor; Smolarek, Leszek; Weintrit, Adam (Scientific Journals Maritime University of Szczecin, Zeszyty Naukowe Akademia Morska w Szczecinie, )
    In this paper, two indexes for own ship risk collision assessment in the restricted water are proposed. The first one concerns the collision threats for ships. The second one describes threats that are generated by human error. It is carried out dynamically with accordance to changes in time. To realize the main aim of the paper, the definition of the extended domain of the ship is introduced. Furthermore, the rules to determine the indexes and range of their values are developed. Finally, a comprehensive model and its potential application are presented. There are some important things to take into account during the model development: the interface, the levels and type of the output information, the type and accuracy of the information about the position and movement dynamics of the particular ships. It gives the opportunity to consider the different operation levels. In addition, it also allows us to take into account the different levels of measurement and the collision risk warnings. This approach can be helpful for both the VTS operator and OOW, the ship’s navigator, as the tool to support the safe navigation in restricted water.
  • Guze, Sambor (Scientific Journals Maritime University of Szczecin, Zeszyty Naukowe Akademia Morska w Szczecinie, )
    One of the possibilities when modelling a transport network is to use a graph with vertices and edges. They represent the nodes and arcs of such a network respectively. There are dozens of parameters or characteristics that we can describe in graphs, including the different types of domination number and the problems related to it. The main aim of this paper has been to show the possibilities of the application of the selected domination- oriented concepts to modelling and improving the transportation and/or logistics networks. Firstly, the basic description of domination in graph theory has been introduced. The edge-subdivision and bondage number notations and their implementations to the transportation network description and modelling were then proposed. Furthermore, the possible usage of distinguishing concepts in an exemplary academic transportation network has been shown. Finally, the conclusions and future directions of the work have been presented.
  • Kerbrat, Agnieszka; Guze, Sambor (Scientific Journals Maritime University of Szczecin, Zeszyty Naukowe Akademia Morska w Szczecinie, )
    Since the 1970s, ships in the Kattegat area and the Baltic Sea entrances have been advised to use one of the routes established by the Danish Maritime Safety Administration. As time passed, traffic increased significantly, demanding adjustments to the introduced solutions to accommodate new volumes of ships passing through the entrances to the Baltic Sea. It is estimated that about 70,000 vessels are passaged via Kattegat yearly. Additionally, an increase in the traffic of fishing vessels and small pleasure crafts of different types has been observed, necessitating regulation to ensure the safety of navigation for everyone involved. Therefore, on the 1st of July 2020, a new routing system was introduced in the area of Kattegat by the decision of the International Maritime Organization (IMO). This paper focuses on the exact changes made and how those changes may influence the safety of navigation in Kattegat and the Sound, considering the COLREG rules and human factors in planning and executing passage via this area. A short presentation of recent accidents, and a study of difficulties arising from the new traffic organization, will be given. Brief traffic analysis is conducted using IWRAP MK II software, and historical AIS data from research will advance a more detailed examination and simulations. Finally, the introduced routing system’s effectiveness is compared using density plots from chosen periods. Furthermore, the analysis of the influence on the safety of navigation, as the introduced solution, is observed to be unusual. New routings have been in force for over two years and are accepted and used by most merchant vessels operating in Kattegat. Even so, this period is too short to clearly state that it is completely safe.

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