Training Data Set Assessment for Decision-Making in a Multiagent Landmine Detection Platform
Gongora, Mario Augusto
Real-world problems such as landmine detection require multiple sources of information to reduce the uncertainty of decision-making. A novel approach to solve these problems includes distributed systems, as presented in this work based on hardware and software multi-agent systems. To achieve a high rate of landmine detection, we evaluate the performance of a trained system over the distribution of samples between training and validation sets. Additionally, a general explanation of the data set is provided, presenting the samples gathered by a cooperative multi-agent system developed for detecting improvised explosive devices. The results show that input samples affect the performance of the output decisions, and a decision-making system can be less sensitive to sensor noise with intelligent systems obtained from a diverse and suitably organised training set.
Land mine detection, improvised explosive device, neuroevolution, genetic fuzzy systems, decision making
Florez-Lozano, J., Cariffini, F., Parra, C., Gongora, M.A. (2020) Training Data Set Assessment for Decision-Making in a Multiagent Landmine Detection Platform. IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence (WCCI), Glasgow, UK., July 2020.
Institute of Artificial Intelligence (IAI)