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Deep transfer learning for source ranging: Deep-sea experiment results

TitleDeep transfer learning for source ranging: Deep-sea experiment results
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsWang W.B, Ni H.Y, Su L., Hu T., Ren Q.Y, Gerstoft P, Ma L.
Volume146
PaginationEL317-EL322
Date Published2019/10
Type of ArticleArticle
ISBN Number0001-4966
Accession NumberWOS:000506814200001
Keywordsacoustics; Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology
Abstract

A deep transfer learning for underwater source ranging is proposed, which migrates the predictive ability obtained from synthetic environment (source domain) into an experimental sea area (target domain). A deep neural network is first trained on large synthetic datasets generated from historical environmental data, and then part of the neural network is refined on collected data set for source ranging. Its performance is tested on a deep-sea experiment through comparing with convolutional neural networks of different training datasets. Data processing results demonstrate that the ranging accuracy is considerably improved by the proposed method, which can be easily adapted for related areas. (C) 2019 Acoustical Society of America

DOI10.1121/1.5126923
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