This paper explores the through-the-wall inverse scattering problem via machine learning. The reconstruction method seeks to discover the shape, location, and type of hidden objects behind walls, as well as identifying certain material properties of the targets. We simulate RF sources and receivers placed outside the room to generate observation data with objects randomly placed inside the room. We experiment with two types of neural networks and use an 80-20 train-test split for reconstruction and classification.
Results in Applied Mathematics
Wood, A., Wood, R., & Charnley, M. (2020). Through-the-wall radar detection using machine learning. Results in Applied Mathematics, 7, 100106. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rinam.2020.100106