Application of SVM and PSO Arithmetic in Deep Space Exploration Data Analysis

  • Mingxing ZhouEmail author
  • Jianfeng Zhang
  • Fangyong Lan
Conference paper
Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 972)


A method of SVM optimized by using the PSO arithmetic is presented to solve nonlinear regression estimation problems in deep space exploration data analysis. This method is used to process the microwave brightness temperature (TB) data acquired by the CE-1 satellite. Firstly, the SVM regression model is established and some parameters of which are optimized by using the PSO arithmetic. Then, by training the TB data with the optimized SVM model, the relationship between the TB from four frequency channels and the lunar hour angle is established. Finally, the distribution maps of TB from four frequency channels on the entire lunar surface in certain short period are obtained. The error analysis indicates that the results of this paper can be used in the further study of lunar regolith depth. Furthermore, the abnormal data among the measured data can be found out and modified by using this method.


SVM PSO TB data CE-1 Hour angle Data analysis 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Panda Electronics Group Co., Ltd.NanjingChina

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