What is it about?
By processing a multispectral image of the area of Sierra de las Cruces, in Central Mexico, it was possible to detect possible communication corridors, which could provide cultural and commercial linkage to ancient settlers of both adjacent basins.
Why is it important?
We applied a new alternative method based on PCD, texture segmentation and linear pattern detection to process digital images of the Sierra de las Cruces, Central Mexico, to identify possible ancient pathways.
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This page is a summary of: Detection of possible archaeological pathways in central Mexico through digital processing of remote sensing images, Archaeological Prospection, January 2005, Wiley, DOI: 10.1002/arp.253.
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