Rapid detection method of radioactive source based on low-count gamma spectra
preprintposted on 19.08.2021, 13:38 by Yonggang Yuan, Jinhui Qu, Jingtao He, Zhaoyi Tan, Yixin LiuYixin Liu
In order to solve the problem of searching a radioactive source in a wide area, we developed a mobile CsI detector. This paper presented the performance of the detector during the spectra collection investigation. The 1 s spectrum collected by the detector was low-count spectrum and it is hard to distinguish whether it contains radioactive source signals. A rapid detection method of radioactive source based on low-count gamma spectra was proposed. Principal component analysis (PCA) was the key technology of the method. According to the PCA, the source information was efficiently extracted. With the method, the detect sensitivity and accuracy of the detector were optimized.
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