Advances in Sonar Technology
by Sergio Rui Silva
Publisher: InTech 2009
Number of pages: 450
From the table of contents: Simulation and 3D Reconstruction of Side-looking Sonar Images; Synthetic Aperture Techniques for Sonar Systems; Motion Compensation in High Resolution Synthetic Aperture Sonar (SAS) Images; Ensemble Averaging and Resolution Enhancement of Digital Radar and Sonar Signals; Independent Component Analysis for Passive Sonar Signal Processing; From Statistical Detection to Decision Fusion: Detection of Underwater Mines in High Resolution SAS Images; Multi-Sonar Integration and the Advent of Senor Intelligence; On the Benefits of Using Both Dual Frequency Side Scan Sonar and Optical Signatures for the Discrimination of Coral Reef Benthic Communities; Outdoor Sonar Sensing; Mobile Robot Localization using Particle Filters and Sonar Sensors.
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