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The first entry is the primary reference for this program. The reference from White Sands has a lot of background information on telemetry and radar.

  1. Bach, Ralph E., Jr.; and Wingrove, Rodney C.: Equations for Determining Aircraft Motions from Accident Data. NASA Technical Memorandum 78609, June 1980.
  2. Wingrove, Rodney C.; and Edwards, Frederick G.: A Technique for Identifying Pilot Describing Functions from Routine Flight Test Records. NASA Technical Note D-5127, May 1969.
  3. Wingrove, Rodney C.; Edwards, Frederick G.; and Lopez, Armando E.: Some Examples of Pilot/Vehicle Dynamics Identified from Fiight Test Records.
  4. Wingrove, Rodney C.; and Edwards, Frederick G.: Describing Functions from Flight Test Data with an Example from Gemini X. IEEE Transactions on Man-Machine Systems, Vol. MMS-9, No. 3, Sept. 1968, pp. 49-55.
  5. Wingrove, R. C.; Bach, R. E., Jr.: and Parks, E. K.: Aircraft Motion Analysis Using Limited Flight and Radar Data. Tenth Annual Symposium of the Society of Flight Test Engineers, Las Vegas, Nevada, September 1979.
  6. Wingrove, Rodney C.; Edwards, Frederick G.; and Schultz, T.A.: Analysis Of Severe Atmospheric Disturbances From Airline Flight Records. NASA Technical Memorandum 102168, June 1989.
  7. Bach, Ralph E., Jr.: State Estimation Applications in Aircraft Flight-Data Analysis. A User's Manual for SMACK. NASA Reference Publication 1252, March 1991.
  8. Miller, C. O..; and Laynor, W. O.: Use of ARTS-III in Aircraft Accident Investigation. Air Traffic Control Association Annual Meeting, Miami, Florida, October 16, 1973.
  9. Roberts, C. A.: The Flight Data Recorder and the NTSB's New Data Reduction Station. SASI Seminar, October 1974.
  10. Special Study - Flight Data Recorder Readout Experience in Aircraft Accident Investigations 1960-1973, NTSB-AAS-75-1, May 14, 1975.
  11. Anderson, C. M.: Civil Aircraft Accident Analysis in the United States. AGARD Symposium on Aircraft Operational Experience and its impact on Safety and Survivability, Sade-fjord, Norway, May 31 - June 3, 1976.
  12. Dunlap, E. W.; and Porter, M. B.: Theory of the Measurement and Standardization of In-Flight Performance of Aircraft. FTC-TD-71-1, April 1971.
  13. Etkin, Bernard: Dynamics of Atmospheric Flight. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1972, Chapters 4 and 5.
  14. Meyer, G.; Lee, H.; and Wehrend, W.: A Method for Expanding a Direction Cosine Matrix into an Euler Sequence of Rotations. NASA Technical Memorandum X-1384, March 1967.
  15. Aoyagi, Kiyoski; and Tolhurst, William H., Jr.: Large-Scale Wind-Tunnel Tests of a Subsonic Transport With Aft Turbine Nacelles and High Tail. NASA Technical Note D-3797, January 1967.
  16. Soderman, Paul T.; and Aiken, Thomas N.: Full-Scale Wind Tunnel Tests of a Small Unpowered Jet Aircraft With a T-Tail. NASA Technical Note D-6573, November 1971.
  17. Comstock, D.; Wright, M.; and Tipton, V.: Handbook of Data Reduction Methods. AD 754587 Technical Report, White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, March 1969.
  18. Wingrove, Rodney C.; Raby, James S.; and Crane, D. Francis: A Method Of Trajectory Optimization By Fast-Time Repetitive Computations. NASA Technical Note D-3404, April, 1966.
  19. Haering, Edward A., Jr.; and Whitmore, Stephen A.: FORTRAN Program for Analyzing Ground-Based Radar Data: Usage and Derivations, Version 6.2. NASA Technical Paper 3430, August 1995.
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