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On-board analysis of uncalibrated data for a spacecraft at mars

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On-board analysis of uncalibrated data for a spacecraft at mars
Analyzing data on-board a spacecraft as it is collected enables several advanced spacecraft capabilities, such as prioritizing observations to make the best use of limited bandwidth and reacting to dynamic events as they happen. In this paper, we describe how we addressed the unique challenges associated with on-board mining of data as it is collected: uncalibrated data, noisy observations, and severe limitations on computational and memory resources. The goal of this effort, which falls into the emerging application area of spacecraft-based data mining, was to study three specific science phenomena on Mars. Following previous work that used a linear support vector machine (SVM) onboard the Earth Observing 1 spacecraft, we developed three data mining techniques for use on-board the Mars Odyssey spacecraft. These methods range from simple thresholding to state-of-the-art reduced-set SVM technology. We tested these algorithms on archived data in a flight software testbed. We also descri...
Benyang Tang, Kiri Wagstaff, Rebecca Castañ
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where KDD
Authors Benyang Tang, Kiri Wagstaff, Rebecca Castaño, Steve A. Chien, Timothy M. Stough
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