STOCHASTIC MATCHED FIELD PROCESSING USING DIRECTED RIEMANNIAN DISTANCE

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  • Tran Cao Quyen

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.36336/akustika2021403

Keywords:

Matched Field Processing, Riemannian Distance, Geodesics, Christofell symbol

Abstract

The Matched Field Processing (MFP) plays a crucial role in modern passive SONAR system since its effectiveness of underwater
source localization. Their applications are but not limited to floating boat detecting, submarine detecting, fish finding as well as
ocean environmental parameters determining. In the past, the stochastic matched field processing (SMFP) are derived on the basis of Riemannian distances (RDs) which were calculated using isometric mappings (IMs). In this paper, a new STMP is provided using directed RDs which were obtained by solving the geodesic equations directly instead of using IMs. In addition, we exploit the symmetric property of Riemannian manifold to solve the geodesic equation in the simple manner. The performance of the proposed STMP
outperformed to that of standard algorithm at the expense of a little more of computation.

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Published

2021-09-29

How to Cite

Quyen, T. C. (2021). STOCHASTIC MATCHED FIELD PROCESSING USING DIRECTED RIEMANNIAN DISTANCE. Journal Akustika, 40(40). https://doi.org/10.36336/akustika2021403

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