SYNTHETIC APERTURE GROUND PENETRATING RADAR IMAGING FOR NONDESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION OF CIVIL AND GEOPHYSICAL STRUCTURES
AffiliationUniversity of California Santa Barbara
KeywordsGround penetrating radar imaging
holographic and tomographic imaging
backward propagation techniques
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AbstractSynthetic-aperture microwave imaging with ground penetrating radar systems has become a research topic of great importance for the potential applications in sensing and profiling of civil and geophysical structures. It allows us to visualize subsurface structures for nondestructive evaluation with microwave tomographic images. This paper provides an overview of the research program, ranging from the formation of the concepts, physical and mathematical modeling, formulation and development of the image reconstruction algorithms, laboratory experiments, and full-scale field tests.
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