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We describe a model-based method for the automatic extraction of linear features, like roads and paths, from aerial images. The paper combines and extends two earlier approaches for road detection in SAR satellite images, and presents the modi cations needed for the application domain of airborne image analysis, together with representative results.
In this paper we present a model-based approach to the automatic extraction of linear features, like roads and paths, from aerial optical images. The proposed method consists of two steps. The rst step utilizes local information related to the geometry and radiometry of the structures to be extracted. It consists of a series of morphological ltering stages.(More)
Experiments on airborne mine eld identi cation are reviewed in "Part 1". "Part 2", in these same proceedings, describes ground based experiments. The emphasis in this part is on the processing and pattern recognition algorithms. Preliminary results are shown, further re nement and redesign are needed before going to real life situations.
Experiments on mine detection with short range ground-based sensors (GPR, dynamic and static IR imaging, US re ectometry) are reviewed. The emphasis is on the processing and pattern recognition algorithms, although these cannot be discussed without taking into account some of the physical principles of the sensors and data acquisition circumstances. The(More)
We investigate the applicability of image analysis to the problem of minefield detection using airborne remote sensing images. We have applied different image processing methods for the detection of minefields, minefield indicators and individual mines. The proposed algorithms involve the extraction of linear features (roads, paths, fences, wires,...),(More)
We investigate the applicability of image analysis to the problem of minefield detection using airborne remote sensing images. We have applied different image processing methods for the detection of minefields, minefield indicators and individual mines. The proposed algorithms involve the extraction of linear features (roads, paths, fences, wires,...),(More)
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