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Buried Objects Segmentation and Detection in GPR B Scan Images

@inproceedings{Altin2019BuriedOS,
  title={Buried Objects Segmentation and Detection in GPR B Scan Images},
  author={Gozde Altin and A. Dolma},
  year={2019}
}
Identification of buried objects through Ground Penetrating Radar B scan (GPR-B) images needs high computational techniques and long processing time due to curve fitting or pattern recognition methods. In this study, an efficient and fast recognition system is proposed for detection of buried objects region. Previously, GPR-B scan images of objects with different shapes in various depths were obtained by using gprMax simulation program. The detection process is categorized into four steps. The… Expand

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