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Deep Learning for Marine and Underwater Environment: Theory, Method, and Applications

Submission Deadline: 31 January 2023 Submit to Special Issue

Guest Editors

Prof. Liguo Zhang, Harbin Engineering University, China.
Prof. Shengke Wang, Ocean University of China, China.
Prof. Sizhao Li, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China.

Summary

Marine science is an interdisciplinary field at the intersection of physics, chemistry, biology, geography, mathematics, computer science, information engineering, and mechatronik. In recent years, deep learning technology (DLT) developed in this field is widely used in ocean exploration and development, mainly in resource exploration, environmental protection and naval construction. Although the current research and development methods for ships, structures and vehicles are relatively abundant, many tasks, such as deep-sea resources modeling, underwater 3D reconstruction, marine sensor network modeling, sonar signal processing, marine environmental analysis, are limited by the machine learning algorithm and the computing power of computer. And the experimental methods are closely relevant to the computation cost and speed. With the rapid development of computer hardware and artificial intelligence technology, how to combine DLT with research topics related to the marine field and the underwater environment become a most challenging area of research directions in marine science and engineering. Therefore, novel multidimensional, multiscale, and multimodal system or scene modeling methods are being continuously developed to describe these complex tasks.

 

This Special Issue focuses on the recent advances and challenges for DL methods and applications of various tasks in marine and underwater environment, with the goal of realizing efficient and diversified research and development of ships, structures and marine environment. Contributions may present and solve open technical problems and integrate novel solutions efficiently.

 

Topics of interest include but are not restricted to:

- Marine 3D scene modeling using DLT

- Marine sensor network modeling using DLT

- Hydrodynamics modeling and simulation calculation based on DLT

- Ship structure modeling and simulation calculation based on DLT

- Underwater computer vision and image processing using DLT

- Underwater acoustical signal processing using DLT

- Underwater multimodal data processing using DLT

- Design and application of sea UAV and UUV based on DLT

- The other related topics



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