ELEDIA

Special Session @MIWAI 2017 organized by ELEDIA@UTB
The ELEDIA Research Center announces that Dr. Minh-Son Dao (Director ELEDIA@UTB), Dr. Federico Viani (ELEDIA@UniTN) and Dr. Saleem Mohamad (ELEDIA@UTB) will…
Ing. Ahmed won the "Student Competition Award" at QNDE-2017
The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce that Ing. S. Ahmed won among all the applicants disciplines into "Student Competition…
IEEE-JMMCT Special Section on MbD
The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce an upcoming Special Section of the IEEE Journal on Multiscale and Multiphysics…
R. J. Mailloux has joined ELEDIA
The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce that Dr. R. J. Mailloux is member of the ELEDIA Teaching Staff.…
 
 
Subsurface sensing through electromagnetic interrogating waves has been widely employed in the last few years in applications such as mine detection, archeological analysis, natural resources exploration, and NDE/NDT of structures and pavements. Nevertheless, real-time reliable processing techniques able to automatically detect relevant features in electromagnetic backscattered data are still not available, because of the inherent complexity of the problem at hand. Accordingly, the development of inverse scattering techniques specifically targeted at the detection of subsurface anomalies (e.g., landmines) is of great interest.
   
Landmine detection, Earth Science, environmental remediation, archeological analysis, geophysical investigation.

 

 

 

 

 
 
Members of the ELEDIA Research Center have developed several techniques for the detection and classification of buried object based on the learning-by-example paradigm. More specifically, the study, derivation, and testing of inverse scattering approaches based on Support Vector Machines (SVM) has been carried out in order to enable the real-time classification of multiple buried targets and determination of the probability of occurrence of relevant objects in the investigation domain.
 

 

Keywords: Subsurface Imaging, Support Vector Machines, Learning-by-Example Techniques, Inverse Scattering Problem, Pattern Classification.


See Also
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