Automated processing and interpretation of sensory data for deep ocean resource development

G. T. Russell, G. A. Shippey, D. M. Lane, L. M. Linnett, A. J. Richardson

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Abstract

The particular aspect of the research covered in this paper relates to the digital processing of sector and sidescan sonar and high-resolution sub-bottom profiler recordings made for survey purposes, together with the knowledge-based interpretation of these acoustic images. The role of a knowledge based system in automated data interpretation is described, along with one knowledge based system architecture (the blackboard system) which has successfully been used when processing sector scan sonar images. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationOcean resources. Vol. II: subsea work systems and technologies. Papers presented, IOTC on EEZ resources: technology assessment, Honolulu, 1989
Pages155-169
Number of pages15
Publication statusPublished - 1990

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