Francesco Trillo

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Synthetic aperture radar (SAR) interferometry and radargrammetry are two well-known technologies for generating digital surface models (DSMs) from SAR data acquired from satellite or airplane. However, standard SAR interferometry and radargrammetry have strong limits for the derivation of DSMs over urban areas, due to the complexity of urban scenarios and(More)
Synthetic aperture radar (SAR) interferometry is a powerful technology for measuring slow terrain movements due to landslides, subsidence, and volcanic or seismic phenomena. The extraction of this information is a complex task, because the phase of the signal is measured only modulo 2 and is affected by noise and systematic terms. The persistent scatterer(More)
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