16 May 2005 Processing ground penetrating radar data from curvilinear interfaces
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Abstract
Ground penetrating radar investigations of buildings and other man-made structures often require data collection along curvilinear interfaces having various radii of curvature and geometry. Data collected along non-planar interfaces and containing multiple targets are often difficult to interpret without the application of migration. Migration is not commonly applied to surveys along non-planar interfaces because most published algorithms and available software assume data collection along planar interfaces. We provide a versatile imaging strategy that migrates data by using a kernel derived from the forward model. Modeled and measured data from columns are used to illustrate the utility of our imaging approach.
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Stanley J. Radzevicius, Brian T. Clark, Timothy T. Webster, "Processing ground penetrating radar data from curvilinear interfaces", Proc. SPIE 5788, Radar Sensor Technology IX, (16 May 2005); doi: 10.1117/12.603796; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.603796
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