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Authors: Di Fiore, B.* 
Mauriello, P.* 
Monna, D.* 
Patella, D.* 
Title: Examples of application of tensorial resistivity probability tomography to architectonic and archaeological targets
Issue Date: 2002
Series/Report no.: 2/45 (2002)
Keywords: applied geoelectrics– - tomography – cultural heritage
apparent resistivity tensor
Subject Classification04. Solid Earth::04.06. Seismology::04.06.07. Tomography and anisotropy 
Abstract: We present the results of the application of the tensor resistivity method to the assessment of the state of conservation of some architectonic features of the S.Giovanni a Carbonara monumental monastery (Naples, Italy) and to the recognition of buried remains in the archaeological site of the roman Port of Claudius at Fiumicino (Rome, Italy). The 3D tomographic approach, based on the concept of resistivity anomaly source occurrence probability, has been used for the analysis of the invariant parameter related to the trace of the determinant of the apparent resistivity tensor.
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