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In this paper, a new collaborative multi-aspect classification system (CMAC) is introduced. CMAC utilizes a group of collaborative decision-making agents capable of producing a high-confidence final decision based on features obtained over multiple aspects. This system is then applied to a buried underwater target classification problem. The results show that CMAC provides excellent multi-ping classification of mine-like objects while simultaneously reducing the number of false alarms compared to a multi-ping decision-level fusion classifier.
Date of Conference: 12-17 Aug. 2007