Alternatives for Landmine Detection

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Alternatives
FOR
LANDMINE
DETECTION

Jacqueline MacDonald
J.R. Lockwood
John McFee
Thomas Altshuler
Thomas Broach
Lawrence Carin
Russell Harmon
Carey Rappaport
Waymond Scott
Richard Weaver

RAND Science and Technology Policy Institute Prepared for the Office of Science and Technology Policy

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Preface iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures ix
  • Tables xiii
  • Summary xv
  • Abbreviations xxv
  • Chapter One - Introduction 1
  • Chapter Two - Innovative Mine Detection Systems 15
  • Chapter Three - Multisensor System to Improve Mine Detection Capability 49
  • References 65
  • Author and Task Force Biographies 71
  • Appendix A - Electromagnetic Induction (paper I) 75
  • Appendix B - Electromagnetic Induction (paper Ii) 85
  • References *
  • Appendix C - Infrared/hyperspectral Methods (paper I) 93
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  • Appendix D - Infrared/hyperspectral Methods (paper Ii) 111
  • References 124
  • Appendix E - Ground-Penetrating Radar (paper I) 127
  • Appendix F - Ground-Penetrating Radar (paper Ii) 133
  • References *
  • Appendix G - Acoustic/seismic Methods (paper I) 149
  • References *
  • Appendix H - Acoustic/seismic Methods (paper Ii) 155
  • Bibliography *
  • Appendix I - Electrical Impedance Tomography 161
  • References 168
  • Appendix J - Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance (paper I) 169
  • Appendix K - Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance (paper Ii) 179
  • References *
  • Appendix L - X-Ray Backscatter (paper I) 191
  • Appendix M - X-Ray Backscatter (paper Ii) 205
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  • Appendix N - Neutron Technologies (paper I) 225
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  • Appendix O - Neutron Technologies (paper Ii) 239
  • Bibliography *
  • Appendix P - Electrochemical Methods (paper I) 245
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  • Appendix Q - Electrochemical Methods (paper Ii) 255
  • References 261
  • Appendix R - Biological Systems (paper I) 265
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  • Appendix S - Biological Systems (paper Ii) 273
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  • Appendix T - Canine-Assisted Detection 285
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  • Appendix U - Signal-Processing and Sensor Fusion Methods (paper I) 301
  • Appendix V - Signal-Processing and Sensor Fusion Methods (paper Ii) 311
  • Bibliography 324
  • Appendix W - Contact Methods 327
  • References 336
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