Robust Signal Processing with Applications to Positioning and Imaging (2023)
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This dissertation investigates robust signal processing and machine learning techniques, with the objective of improving the robustness of two applications against various threats, namely Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) based positioning and satellite imaging. GNSS technology is widely used in different fields, such as autonomous navigation, asset tracking, or smartphone positioning, while the satellite imaging plays a central role in monitoring, detecting and estimating the intensity of key natural phenomena, such as flooding prediction and earthquake detection. Considering the use of both GNSS positioning and satellite imaging in critical and safety-of-life applications, it is necessary to protect those two technologies from either intentional or unintentional threats. In the real world, the common threats to GNSS ... toggle 8 keywordsGNSS – jamming – interference – multipath – robust statistics – variational inference – deep learning – satellite imaging
- Li, Haoqing
- Northeastern University
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- May 3, 2023
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