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EIH Model and its application on concrete flaw detection

Yang XIANG
(College of power and environment engineering, Wuhan Transportation University, Wuhan 430063)
S. K. TSO
(Department of manufacturing engineering and engineering management, City university of Hong Kong)
Xi zhi SHI
(State key Lab of vibration, shock & noise, Shanghai Jiaotong university, Shanghai 200030)
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Abstract

1 Introduction

2 EIH model

3 Wavelength distribution of different flaws

4 Feature extraction and classification

5 Conclusion

6 Acknowledgements

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