Subject: building vibration | causal analysis | HT165.5-169.9 | Built Environment | train traffic monitoring | City planning | Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General) | directed information | TA1-2040 | indirect sensing | wave propagation | wavelet analysis | information theory
This paper introduces an indirect train traffic monitoring method to detect and infer real-time train events based on the vibration response of a nearby building. Monitoring and characterizing traffic events are important for cities to improve the efficiency of transpor... View more
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