Novelty Detection in Projected Spaces for Structural Health Monitoring

@inproceedings{Toivola2010NoveltyDI,
  title={Novelty Detection in Projected Spaces for Structural Health Monitoring},
  author={Janne Toivola and Miguel A. Prada and Jaakko Hollm{\'e}n},
  booktitle={IDA},
  year={2010}
}
The aim of Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) is to detect and identify damages in man-made structures such as bridges by monitoring features derived from vibration data. A usual approach is to deal with vibration measurements, obtained by acceleration sensors during the service life of the structure. In this case, only normal data from healthy operation are available, so damage detection becomes a novelty detection problem. However, when prior knowledge about the structure is limited, the set… CONTINUE READING

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