We proposes a new procedure tohighlight archaeological elements using satellite remote sensing. The processing of multispectral satellite imagesconsists in the exploitation of linearequations of the initial spectral bands with the aimof generating accurate and precise raster data that can be used as input for an object classification. The proposed methodology has been tested in an archaeological area on the north-west flank of Etna volcano (Sicily, Italy).

Experimental band combination of multispectral satellite imagery for the analysis and classification of archaeological features

Mangiameli M.;Mussumeci G.
2019

Abstract

We proposes a new procedure tohighlight archaeological elements using satellite remote sensing. The processing of multispectral satellite imagesconsists in the exploitation of linearequations of the initial spectral bands with the aimof generating accurate and precise raster data that can be used as input for an object classification. The proposed methodology has been tested in an archaeological area on the north-west flank of Etna volcano (Sicily, Italy).
Remote sensing, GIS technology, Topography.
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