Technical Notes Clustering of Sensor Locations Using the Effective Independence Method

@inproceedings{Friswell2015TechnicalNC,
  title={Technical Notes Clustering of Sensor Locations Using the Effective Independence Method},
  author={Michael I. Friswell and Rafael Castro-Triguero},
  year={2015}
}
T HE optimal placement of a limited number of sensors in a structure is usually performed to obtain accurate experimental real-time data. In particular, sensor placement is considered one of the most important pretest steps in experimental/operational modal analysis [1–4]. Structural health monitoring techniques also incorporate optimal sensor placement (OSP) methodologies for different purposes: system identification, structural damage identification, and finite-element updating [5–9… CONTINUE READING

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