Residual separation of magnetic fields using a Cellular Neural Network approach


Albora A. M. , ÖZMEN A. , UÇAN O. M.

PURE AND APPLIED GEOPHYSICS, cilt.158, ss.1797-1818, 2001 (SCI İndekslerine Giren Dergi) identifier identifier

  • Cilt numarası: 158
  • Basım Tarihi: 2001
  • Doi Numarası: 10.1007/pl00001244
  • Dergi Adı: PURE AND APPLIED GEOPHYSICS
  • Sayfa Sayıları: ss.1797-1818

Özet

In this paper, a Cellular Neural Network (CNN) has been applied to a magnetic regional/residual anomaly separation problem. CNN is an analog parallel computing paradigm defined in space and characterized by the locality of connections between processing neurons. The behavior of the CNN is defined by the template matrices A, B and the template vector L We have optimized weight coefficients of these templates using Recurrent Perceptron Learning Algorithm. (RPLA). The advantages of CNN as a real-time stochastic method are that it introduces little distortion to the shape of the original image and that it is not effected significantly by factors such as the overlap of power spectra of residual fields. The proposed method is tested using synthetic examples and the average depth of the buried objects has been estimated by power spectrum analysis. Next the CNN approach is applied to magnetic data over the Golatan chromite mine in Elazig which lies East of Turkey. This area is among the largest and richest chromite masses of the world. We compared the performance of CNN to classical derivative approaches.

 

In this paper, a Cellular Neural Network (CNN)  has been applied to a magnetic regional/residual anomaly separation problem.  CNN is an analog parallel computing paradigm defined in space and characterized by the locality of connections between processing neurons. The behaviour of the CNN is defined by the template matrices A, B and the template vector I. We have optimised weight coefficients of  these templates using Recurrent Perceptron Learning Algorithm (RPLA). The advantages of CNN as a real-time stochastic method are that it introduces little distortion to the shape of the original image and that it is not effected significantly by factors such as the overlap of power spectra of  residual fields. The proposed method is tested using  synthetic examples and the average depth of the buried objects have been estimated by power spectrum analysis. Then the CNN approach is applied to magnetic data over the Golalan chromite mine in Elazig which lies in the East of Turkey. This area is among the largest and richest chromite masses of the world. We compared the performance of CNN   to classical derivative approaches and  satisfactory results are found.