Biochemical transport modeling, estimation and detection in realistic environments

@article{Ortner2008BiochemicalTM,
  title={Biochemical transport modeling, estimation and detection in realistic environments},
  author={Mathias Ortner and Arye Nehorai},
  journal={2008 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing},
  year={2008},
  pages={5169-5172}
}
Simulation, detection and estimation of the spread of a biochemical substance are key elements in environmental monitoring. Solving these problems are important for efficient decontamination purposes and prediction of the cloud evolution.We present a set of tools describing the measurements of an array of biochemical sensors through a physical dispersion model, which is amenable to statistical analysis. We first approximate the dispersion model of a contaminant in a realistic environment (for… CONTINUE READING

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