Predicting land deformation by integrating InSAR data and cone penetration testing through machine learning techniques

Sajadian, Melika; Teixeira, Ana; Tehrani, Faraz S.; Lemmens, Mathias

Built environments developed on compressible soils are susceptible to land deformation. The spatio-temporal monitoring and analysis of these deformations are necessary for sustainable development of cities. Techniques such as Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR) or predictions based on soil mechanics using in situ characterization, such as Cone Penetration Testing (CPT) can be used for assessing such land deformations. Despite the combined advantages of these two methods, the relationship between them has not yet been investigated. Therefore, the major objective of this study is to reconcile InSAR measurements and CPT measurements using machine learning techniques in an attempt to better predict land deformation.

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Sajadian, Melika / Teixeira, Ana / Tehrani, Faraz S. / et al: Predicting land deformation by integrating InSAR data and cone penetration testing through machine learning techniques. 2020. Copernicus Publications.

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