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Space Based Emerging Image Management System for Archaeology

Ever since the French Archeologist, Antoine Poidebard flew over archaeological sites in Syria and Lebanon and photographed from his biplane, a lot of progresses have been made in the field of archaeology using aero-space media as source of information. Particularly in the last two decades applications of satellite images in archaeology has increased many folds due to unprecedented growth of imaging and probing technology from space [1,2]. However, as the imaging technology advanced, the complexity of information extraction has also undergone sea change, often requiring very advanced algorithms for extraction of meaningful information. This is one of the many challenges faced by the archaeological community. Read more about this article: Read more Lupine Publishers Google Scholar Articles: