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The Application of Data Mining in Bridge Monitoring Projects: Exploiting Time Series Data of Structural Health Monitoring

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2 Author(s)
Forstner, E. ; BRIMOS® - Bridge Monitoring Syst., VCE Holding GmbH, Vienna, Austria ; Wenzel, H.

Since the first attempts of Structural Health Monitoring the Vienna Consulting Engineers (VCE) have been involved to advance the BRIMOS technology which offers a wide range of services to engineers and operators of infrastructure networks. Over the last decade the dynamic behavior of hundreds of structures has been measured and evaluated. However, the current practice in Structural Health Monitoring is still a case to case approach which needs a lot of experience for proper interpretation and assessment of the investigated objects. The integration of new technologies is wanted to support and automate the evaluation process as well as increase the objectivity within the assessment routines. This paper shall indicate the need for innovate methods and tools from a user's point of view and gives a short insight to the workflow and infrastructure of BRIMOS. The efforts which are undertaken within the BRIMOS infrastructure show the approach towards the application of data mining instruments to benefit for future and also from past monitoring projects.

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Database and Expert Systems Applications (DEXA), 2011 22nd International Workshop on

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Aug. 29 2011-Sept. 2 2011