Quantifying error sources that affect long-term accuracy of Doppler velocity logs

@article{Taudien2016QuantifyingES,
  title={Quantifying error sources that affect long-term accuracy of Doppler velocity logs},
  author={Jerker Y. Taudien and Sven G. Bilen},
  journal={OCEANS 2016 MTS/IEEE Monterey},
  year={2016},
  pages={1-10}
}
A Doppler velocity log measures relative velocity between an instrument and the bottom of a body of water by transmitting acoustic pulses that are scattered off the bottom. The scattered sound is received and the Doppler shift is measured. Like any other sensor, the data quality of a Doppler velocity log can be quantified by a variance and a bias. The goal… CONTINUE READING