One example of classing and extracting information from GPR images for the archeology

S. P. Lukyanov, R. A. Stepanov, O. V. Stukach

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Abstract

Ground penetrating radar (GPR) techniques are based on the possibility of sending electromagnetic pulses and registering of the signals back-scattered by the interface between propagation media of different dielectric permittivity. They had been successfully using to examine structures and materials from inside. In the studying, GPR sounding is practically used for detection and reconstruction of the fortification objects. The software for increase of efficiency of archeological researches and reduction of expenses was developed. The GPR method is practically approved for the undersurface environment monitoring for the archeology-interested zones by results of experimental and practical investigations. The estimation of GPR efficiency at monitoring researches, time and expenses on engineering-archeological works were carried out. As a result of researches, contours of fortifications sites are restored. Contours of the stone bases under dwellings are found out and restored. The investigation aims at expounding some preliminary results drawn by specific algorithms for automatically interpreting, classing and extracting explicit information from radar images.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication4th Microwave and Radar Week MRW-2010 - 11th International Radar Symposium, IRS 2010 - Conference Proceedings
Pages419-422
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Event4th Microwave and Radar Week MRW-2010 - 11th International Radar Symposium, IRS 2010 - Vilnius, Lithuania
Duration: 16 Jun 201018 Jun 2010

Other

Other4th Microwave and Radar Week MRW-2010 - 11th International Radar Symposium, IRS 2010
CountryLithuania
CityVilnius
Period16.6.1018.6.10

Keywords

  • Archeology
  • Environment observation
  • GPR investigation
  • Object detection
  • Radar image interpretation
  • Target classification

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Computer Networks and Communications
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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    Lukyanov, S. P., Stepanov, R. A., & Stukach, O. V. (2010). One example of classing and extracting information from GPR images for the archeology. In 4th Microwave and Radar Week MRW-2010 - 11th International Radar Symposium, IRS 2010 - Conference Proceedings (pp. 419-422). [5547488]