Biochemical Transport Modeling and Bayesian Source Estimation in Realistic Environments

  title={Biochemical Transport Modeling and Bayesian Source Estimation in Realistic Environments},
  author={Mathias Ortner and Arye Nehorai and Aleksandar Jeremic},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing},
Early detection and estimation of the spread of a biochemical contaminant are major issues in many applications, such as homeland security and pollution monitoring. We present an integrated approach combining the measurements given by an array of biochemical sensors with a physical model of the dispersion and statistical analysis to solve these problems and provide system performance measures. We approximate the dispersion model of a contaminant in a realistic environment through numerical… CONTINUE READING
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