Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) systems are nowadays standard inspection tools in several application areas, such as subsurface prospecting, civil engineering and cultural heritage monitoring. Usually, the raw output of GPR is provided as a B-scan, which has to be further processed in order to extract the needed information about the inspected scene. In this framework, inverse-scattering-based approaches are gaining an ever-increasing interest, thanks to their capabilities of directly providing images of the physical and dielectric properties of the investigated areas. In this paper, some advances in the development of such inversion techniques in the GPR field are revised and discussed.

Advanced inversion techniques for ground penetrating radar

Fedeli, Alessandro;Pastorino, Matteo;Randazzo, Andrea
2017

Abstract

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) systems are nowadays standard inspection tools in several application areas, such as subsurface prospecting, civil engineering and cultural heritage monitoring. Usually, the raw output of GPR is provided as a B-scan, which has to be further processed in order to extract the needed information about the inspected scene. In this framework, inverse-scattering-based approaches are gaining an ever-increasing interest, thanks to their capabilities of directly providing images of the physical and dielectric properties of the investigated areas. In this paper, some advances in the development of such inversion techniques in the GPR field are revised and discussed.
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