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Wave Propagation Model and Simulations for Landmine Detection.

@inproceedings{Rathore1999WavePM,
  title={Wave Propagation Model and Simulations for Landmine Detection.},
  author={A. Rathore and T. Weldon},
  year={1999}
}
Abstract : A simplified 1-dimensional transmission light model of electromagnetic waves propagation in mine fields is considered. This model might be used as a first indicator of the presence of land mines. Next, the 2D inverse algorithm would image mines. It is shown that this 1-dimensional model is in general agreement with published Army data. 
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