FOUR-DIMENSIONAL OF SRI LANKA COASTAL DAMAGES DURING 2004 TSUNAMI USING HOLOGRAM INTERFEROMETRY OF QUICKBIRD SATELLITE DATA

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Year:
2016
Type of Publication:
In Proceedings
Keywords:
QuickBird satellite, Kalutara coastline, 4-D phase unwrapping, n-dimensional, Hologram interferometry
Authors:
Marghany, Maged; Mansor, Shattri
Abstract:
Yet advanced remote sensing technology does not implement n-dimensional and just restricted to three-dimensional. However, n-dimensional recently, is curious topic between mathematicians and physicians. This work aims at using hologram interferometric with 4-D phase unwrapping to reconstruct fourth-dimensional of box-day Tsunami 2004 impacts on Kalutara coastline. The data are used that involved two QuickBird images with implementation of 4-D phase unwrapping. The results show that the hologram Interferometric an excellent tool for reconstructing tsunami chaotic effects on land uses from QuickBird satellite data. The study shows coastline of Kalutara is flooded by tsunami run-up of 6 m which totally damaged road network and urban structures. Hologram interferometry able to reconstruct 4-D of coastal water turbulent flows along Kalutara coastline. In conclusion, 4-D view of tsunami coastal damages can be reconstruct using the optical hologram Interferometric from QuickBird satellite data.
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