Original Paper

Sensing and Imaging: An International Journal

, Volume 12, Issue 1, pp 35-56

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Development of a New Efficient Numerical Approach for Buried Object Recognition

  • V. TabatadzeAffiliated withLaboratory of Applied Electrodynamics & Radio Engineering, Tbilisi State University Email author 
  • , D. KakuliaAffiliated withLaboratory of Applied Electrodynamics & Radio Engineering, Tbilisi State University
  • , G. SaparishviliAffiliated withLaboratory of Applied Electrodynamics & Radio Engineering, Tbilisi State University
  • , R. ZaridzeAffiliated withLaboratory of Applied Electrodynamics & Radio Engineering, Tbilisi State University
  • , N. UzunoglouAffiliated withMicrowave and Fiber Optics Laboratory, Institute of Communication and Computer Systems, National Technical University of Athens

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Abstract

A new approach of remote sensing for buried bodies by means of reflected pulses is presented in this article. This method is based on the concept of a scattered field’s analytical continuation (Zaridze et al. in IEEE Trans Antennas Propag 50(1):50–58, 4). Soil properties were deduced using data processing and these properties analyzed. Computer simulation results of both holographic and combined holographic/photographic methods for immersed body visualizations are presented. Several ways to simplify the experimental measurements are also presented. All of these research efforts are directed towards creating a software package for high resolution image recognition devices.

Keywords

Photographic method Holographic method Soil characteristic determination