Design and Implementation of Bio-inspired Underwater Electrosense
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Underwater electrosense, manipulating underwater electric field for sensing purpose, is a growing technology bio-inspired by weakly electric fish that can navigate in dark or cluttered water. We studied its theoretical foundations and developed sophisticated sensing algorithms including some first-introduced techniques such as discrete dipole approximation (DDA) and convolutional neural networks (CNN), which were tested and validated by simulation and a planar sensor prototype. This work pave a solid way to applications on practical underwater robots.
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