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Elimination of Bubbles formed by Surface Waves on 3D FLS Images
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 Title & Authors
Elimination of Bubbles formed by Surface Waves on 3D FLS Images
Yang, Heung-yol;
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 Abstract
3D FLS is a active sonar that can represent the underwater inside visually in forward direction. We discuss on the decrease of bubbles from breaking waves in 3D FLS frames. In the experiment using the bubbles reduction filter the effect of bubbles was decreased a lot.
 Keywords
3D FLS;Breaking waves;Ocean bubbles;Sonar Imaging;
 Language
Korean
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