Based on dual-energy transmission and low-energy scatter of explosives classification

@inproceedings{Sun2011BasedOD,
  title={Based on dual-energy transmission and low-energy scatter of explosives classification},
  author={Lina Sun},
  booktitle={Photoelectronic Detection and Imaging},
  year={2011}
}
low-energy back scatter technology to get eigenvalue R associated with effective atomic number and eigenvalue L associated with density. Synthesized R and L, get the discriminate, decision-making plane and distinguish rule based on the least mistake probability. The distribution of materials with regularity in this plane, there is a curve, most illicit materials drop into the area under the curve. Then get the criterion to classify the explosives. A given object may be randomly placed anywhere… CONTINUE READING

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