Dynamic Infrared Image Sequence Analysis for Anti-Personnel Mine Detection

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Abstract

Two methods for extracting the difference in dynamic temperature response between objects in a scene are explained. They are applied to a set of infrared images taken at different periods during a day, for a scene that contains anti-personnel mines and other test objects. The dynamic information is concentrated in one transformed image and scattergrams are created that show the ability to differentiate between mine, stone and background
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSPS'98, IEEE Benelux Signal Processing Chapter, Signal Processing Symposium; Leuven, Belgium; March 26-27,1998.
PublisherIEEE Benelux Signal Processing Chapter, Signal Processing Symposium (SPS 98), pp. 215 - 218, Leuven, Belgium.
Pages215-218
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 26 Mar 1998

Bibliographical note

IEEE Benelux Signal Processing Chapter, Signal Processing Symposium (SPS 98), pp. 215 - 218, Leuven, Belgium.

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