WIT Press


Conversion Of Time-sampled Data Of Track Irregularity To Distancesampled Data By Dynamic Programming Based Elastic Matching

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/CMEM030261

Volume

33

Pages

10

Published

2003

Size

394.06 kb

Author(s)

A. Yoshimura, A. Furukawa & M. Kamiyama

Abstract

Conversion of time-sampled data of track irregularity to distance-sampled data by dynamic programming based elastic matching A. Yoshimural, A. Furukawa2, M. Kamiyama2 Tokyo University of Technology, Japan. a ail way Technical Research Institute, Japan. Abstract In this paper we give a method of conversion of a time-sampled data to a distance-sampled data for a same one data of railway track irregularity. On the railway this conversion is sometimes required. A waveform of a time-sampled sequence will look like stretched and shortened, if viewed on the distance-axis, relatively comparing with that of a distance-sampled sequence. A correspondence between two waveforms takes a form of warped mapping relation. An extent of such warping behavior depends on a variation in a running velocity of the track recording car. The waveforms of these two kinds of digital sequences originally should correspond with each other. By applying a method of dynamic programming based elastic matching to this problem a

Keywords