Hausdorff distance optimization used for underwater passive source localization with real data experiment

Abstract : This paper addresses passive source localization using the TDOAs with comparison between simulations using the acoustic ray path propagation method and recorded signal in real experiment in a tank (from GIPSA-Lab, France), using only one sensor respectively for transmission and reception, not being possible to utilize the beamforming approach. Two new techniques are presented in order to find correct position, in range and depth, 1) the Hausdorff distance and 2) sum of minimum difference. Results in terms of the localization accuracy will be shown with respect of signal-to-noise ratio.
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Pedro Martins de Magalhães, Jerome Mars, Cornel Ioana, Xavier Cristol. Hausdorff distance optimization used for underwater passive source localization with real data experiment. XII Encontro de Tecnologia em Acústica Submarina (XII ETAS), Nov 2016, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. ⟨halshs-01446860⟩

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