Ahmet Burak Yoldemir

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In this work, we contribute to the real-time detection of buried objects, with special emphasis on explosive ones, using the ground penetrating radar (GPR). When the buried objects have explosive substance, the moment of detection becomes vital. Therefore, we start the detection process right after the very first GPR signals begin to return from the buried(More)
In the GPR underground inspection problem, received GPR signal is notably dependent on the height of the detector head. A great deal of the former research in this area assumes constant detector height, as absence of this constancy will result in undesired change in the returning signal, which will reduce the success of the detection and identification(More)
In this study, a template matching approach to buried object discrimination problem is proposed over ground penetrating radar (GPR) B-scan images, which is an improved version of [1]. The technique is scale invariant, which compensates for the change in the swinging speed of the detector. It is also rotation invariant to some extent, which reduces the(More)
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