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The presence of water ice on mars is well established. Some features on the planet point to the occurrence of processes similar to those that take place in periglacial areas of Earth. one of the clues for this is the existence of small-scale polygonal terrains. In this paper, we present a methodology that aims at the automated identification of polygonal patterns on high-spatial resolution images of the surface of mars. In the context of the research project TERpolI, this step will bedoi:10.18055/finis1378 fatcat:otnbz3jl6zfdtpayoleuncfgha