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A framework for scientific data mining in hydro-acoustic data sets.


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Buelens, B, Williams, R, Sale, AHJ and Pauly, T 2004 , 'A framework for scientific data mining in hydro-acoustic data sets.', paper presented at the Second International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Science and Technology (AISAT), 21-25 November, 2004, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

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A data mining framework for handling large volumes of scientific hydro-acoustic measurements is proposed. The method is applicable to data collected by the new generation of multibeam echosounders, capable of logging acoustic data for the full watercolumn. S; such instruments will be used for fisheries applications in the near future. The data mining technique is based on an inverse modeling of the underlying physics and electronics of a generic multibeam sonar system. A set of tagged soundings is obtained, which serves as a base for further advanced analysis techniques. It is anticipated that the proposed framework will serve as a research tool for the scientific fisheries research community.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Authors/Creators:Buelens, B and Williams, R and Sale, AHJ and Pauly, T
Keywords: Scientific Data Mining, Multi-beam Sonar, Hydro-Acoustic Data Analysis, Fisheries Research.
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