Antje Thiele

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— Modern space borne SAR sensors provide geometric resolution of one meter, airborne systems even higher. In data of this kind many features of urban objects become visible, which were beyond the scope of radar remote sensing only a few years ago. However, layover and occlusion issues inevitably arise in undulated terrain and urban areas because of the(More)
The improved ground resolution of state-of-the-art synthetic aperture radar (SAR) sensors suggests utilizing this technique for the analysis of urban areas. However, building reconstruction from SAR or InSAR data suffers from consequences of the inherent oblique scene illumination, such as foreshortening, layover, occlusion by radar shadow and multipath(More)
One of the main future tasks in the field of reconnaissance and surveillance is the data fusion of heterogeneous systems. For this purpose sensor data of airborne and spaceborne systems, which acquire the data from the same scene, with different spatial and spectral coverage are used. The use of different sensors enables the exploitation and the extraction(More)