CEEMD: A New Method to Identify Mine Water Inrush Based on the Signal Processing and Laser-Induced Fluorescence

Kai Bian, Mengran Zhou, Feng Hu, Wenhao Lai, Manman Huang
2020 IEEE Access  
The rapid and accurate identification of water source types in mine water inrush has been achieved by combining laser-induced fluorescence technology (LIF) with artificial intelligence algorithms. However, these algorithms solely rely on data and image processing analysis to identify different kinds of water samples. To address this issue, we analyzed the fluorescence spectrum and the types of mine water inrush sources from the signal point of view. Firstly, a LIF water inrush spectral analysis
more » ... h spectral analysis system was built to collect spectral data and exhibit fluorescence spectra. Different methods of spectral signal decomposition and reconstruction were compared. The complementary ensemble empirical mode decomposition (CEEMD) algorithm with a better signal evaluation index was selected to preprocess raw spectral signals. Then, the multi-class support vector machine of the cuckoo search optimization (CS-MSVM) model was implemented to the reconstructed spectral signals in different stages. The classification accuracy of the reconstructed signals in the fifth stage was 100%. Compared with raw spectra, other signal processing methods, and other different classifiers, the proposed method has the highest classification accuracy. Finally, the reliability of the algorithm was validated by using the LIF spectral signals of different edible oils and the classification accuracy was 100%. The experimental results show that the CEEMD signal processing method combined with LIF spectroscopy is effective for the accurate identification of mine water inrush source, and it also provides a theoretical basis for the spectral analysis technology that can be used for the identification of other substances. INDEX TERMS Laser-induced fluorescence, signal processing, cuckoo search, mine water inrush. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License. For more information, see https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ VOLUME 8, 2020
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3000333 fatcat:gzjra3ik2zgbpaichstbixrkee