7 June 2013 Spencer Range live-site portable EMI sensors target classification
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ESTCP live-site UXO classification results are presented for cued data collected by the Man Portable Vector (MPV) handheld sensor, at the Former Spencer Artillery Range in Tennessee. The site was contaminated with assorted munitions, ranging in caliber from 37 mm to 155 mm. The MPV data were collected in two areas: dynamic and wooded. The data sets are inverted using an advanced forward EMI model, the ortho-normalized volume magnetic source (ONVMS) model, combined with a direct-search optimization algorithm known as differential evolution. All data are inverted assuming one, two, and three sources. For each inversion, the targets’ intrinsic parameters are extracted and used in a library matching technique. Anomalies are classified as targets of interest (TOI) or clutter. Prioritized dig lists were constructed and submitted to the Institute for Defense Analysis for independent scoring. The result revealed an excellent classification performance by the advanced EMI models when applied to the Spencer Range MPV data. This paper describes the MPV sensor and the advanced models and demonstrates the Receiver Operating Characteristic curves for the cued MPV data collected at the Spencer Range.
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I. Shamatava, I. Shamatava, J. P. Fernández, J. P. Fernández, B. E. Barrowes, B. E. Barrowes, K. O'Neill, K. O'Neill, F. Shubitidze, F. Shubitidze, } "Spencer Range live-site portable EMI sensors target classification", Proc. SPIE 8709, Detection and Sensing of Mines, Explosive Objects, and Obscured Targets XVIII, 870905 (7 June 2013); doi: 10.1117/12.2016354; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2016354
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