Estimating magnetic polarizability tensor of buried metallic targets for landmine clearance

@inproceedings{Dekdouk2012EstimatingMP,
  title={Estimating magnetic polarizability tensor of buried metallic targets for landmine clearance},
  author={Bachir Dekdouk and Liam A. Marsh and David W. Armitage and A. J. Peyton},
  year={2012}
}
This paper addresses the problem of identifying metallic objects in buried landmines and discriminating them from clutter using low frequency electromagnetic induction (EMI) techniques. From dipolar fields, the magnetic polarizability tensor extracted from the target response can be used as a basis for identification. Here, a deterministic nonlinear optimization method is presented to estimate target polarizability matrix and location by fitting a dipole model to EMI data collected above target… CONTINUE READING

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