J. Z. Stafsudd

J. Z. Stafsudd
Raytheon Technologies | RTN · Space and Airborne Systems (SAS)

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Accurate localization of a seismic source in a near-field scenario where the distances between sensors and the source are less than a few wavelengths of the generated signal has shown to be a challenging task. Conventional localization algorithms often prove to be ineffective, as near-field seismic signals exhibit characteristics different from the...
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Time-domain parametric system identification algorithms are a main staple of structural health-monitoring applications. In this study, we consider a class of such algorithms whereby a time-invariant system is parameterized through the use of a spatially discretized model, and the optimal values of the system parameters are obtained by minimizing th...
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We consider the determination of the location (source localization) of a disturbance source which emits acoustic and/or seismic signals. We devise an enhanced approximate maximum-likelihood (AML) algorithm to process data collected at acoustic sensors (microphones) belonging to an array of, non-collocated but otherwise identical, sensors. The appro...
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In this paper, we consider the use of a seismic sensor array for the localization and tracking of a wideband moving source. The proposed solution consists of two steps: source Direction-Of-Arrival (DOA) estimation and localization via DOA estimates. Three DOA estimation methods are considered. The Covariance Matrix Analysis and the Surface Wave Ana...
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Distributed sensor networks have been proposed for a wide range of applications. In this paper, our goal is to locate a wideband source, generating both acoustic and seismic signals, using both seismic and acoustic sensors. For a far-field acoustic source, only the direction-of-arrival (DOA) in the coordinate system of the sensors is observable. We...

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