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Perspective on underground and obscured-target detection and imaging
Author(s): Dominick A. Giglio; James M. Ralston; Matthew Braunstein
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Paper Abstract

This briefing focusses on some of the work forming the background of today's state of the ground probing radar art, and will attempt to draw conclusions about the prospects of this technology. We will cover some of the results achieved to date by many of the laboratories and organizations engaged in this work, including some work that is up to 20 years old, as well as work accomplished in the last few weeks. The spectrum of results is quite varied, ranging from the disappointing to the encouraging. We will attempt to identify some of the factors leading to or limiting success in this area and define some likely prospects for further applications. Finally, we will describe some of the research efforts that will be required to fully evaluate the feasibility of these hoped-for applications.

Paper Details

Date Published: 15 November 1993
PDF: 10 pages
Proc. SPIE 1942, Underground and Obscured Object Imaging and Detection, (15 November 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.160330
Show Author Affiliations
Dominick A. Giglio, ARPA (United States)
James M. Ralston, Institute for Defense Analyses (United States)
Matthew Braunstein, Institute for Defense Analyses (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 1942:
Underground and Obscured Object Imaging and Detection
Nancy K. Del Grande; Ivan Cindrich; Peter B. Johnson, Editor(s)

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