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Istanbul Technical University, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Department of Geodesy and Photogrammetry, Maslak, 34469, Istanbul, Turkey





Abstract A devastating earthquake with a magnitude of Mw 7.4 occurred on the North Anatolian Fault Zone NAFZ of Turkey on August 17, 1999 at 00:01:39 UTC 3:01 a.m. local time. The aim of this study is to propose a new approach to automatically identify earthquake induced damage areas which can provide valuable information to support emergency response and recovery assessment procedures. This research was conducted in the Adapazari inner city, covering a 3 × 3 km area, where 11,373 buildings collapsed as a result of the earthquake. SPOT high resolution visible infrared HRVIR Pan images obtained before 25 June 1999 and after 4 October 1999 the earthquake were used in the study. Five steps were employed to conduct the research and these are: i geometric and radiometric correction of satellite images, ii Fast Fourier Transform FFT of pre- and post-earthquake images and filtering the images in frequency domain, iii generating difference image using Inverse Fast Fourier Transform IFFT pre- and post- earthquake images, iv application of level slicing to difference image to identify the earthquake-induced damages, v accuracy assessment of the method using ground truth obtained from a 1-5,000 scale damage map. The total accuracy obtained in the research is 80.19 %, illustrating that the proposed method can be successfully used to automatically identify earthquake-induced damage areas. View Full-Text

Keywords: Remote sensing; earthquake; Fourier; damage assessment Remote sensing; earthquake; Fourier; damage assessment





Autor: Elif Sertel

Fuente: http://mdpi.com/



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