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10 June 2005 Test and evaluation protocols for GPR-based mine-detection systems: a proposal
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With the emergence of commercially available multisensor mine detection systems, the need for standardised test and evaluation procedures becomes more pressing. For metal detectors this already has been established and is laid down in the CEN workshop document CWA14747:2003. The ITEP multisensor working group has taken the first step towards a similar document, by means of a so called "best practice" document, which would ultimately lead to a proper standard. In this paper we address various issues important for multisensor mine detection testing and evaluation and in this way hope to contribute to a draft version of the "best practice" document encouraging other parties to do the same and hence speed up the process of standardisation.
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Jan B. Rhebergen and James M. Ralston "Test and evaluation protocols for GPR-based mine-detection systems: a proposal", Proc. SPIE 5794, Detection and Remediation Technologies for Mines and Minelike Targets X, (10 June 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.605135
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