McCue, L.S., “Motion prediction envelopes for intact and damaged hulls,” Proceedings of the 10th International Ship Stability Workshop, Korea, March, 2008.
McCue, L.S. and Campbell, B., “Approximation of ship equations of motion from time series data,” 9th International Ship Stability Workshop, Hamburg, Germany, August, 2007.
McCue, L.S., Bassler, C., and Belknap, W., “Real-time identification of behavior leading to capsize,” 9th International Conference on Stability of Ships and Ocean Vehicles (STAB 2006), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September, 2006.
Lee, Y.-W., McCue, L.S., Obar, M.S., and Troesch, A.W., “Experimental and numerical investigation into the effects of initial conditions on a three degree of freedom capsize model,”Journal of Ship Research, 2006, Volume 50, Number 1, pp. 63-84.
McCue, L.S., “Applications of finite-time Lyapunov exponents to the study of capsize in beam seas,” 8th International Ship Stability Workshop, Istanbul, Turkey, October, 2005.
McCue, L.S. and Troesch, A.W., “Probabilistic determination of critical wave height for a multi-degree of freedom capsize model,” Ocean Engineering, 2005, Volume 32, Issue 13, pp. 1608-1622.
McCue, L.S. and Troesch, A.W., “Use of Lyapunov exponents to predict chaotic vessel motions,” 7th International Ship Stability Workshop, Shanghai, China, November, 2004.
McCue, L.S. and Troesch, A.W., “The effect of coupled heave/heave velocity or sway/sway velocity initial conditions on capsize modeling,” 8th International Conference on the Stability of Ships and Marine Vehicles, Madrid, Spain, September, 2003.