Franz-Georg Ulmer

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Synthetic aperture radar is a popular remote sensing technique to observe the topography of the earth by producing interferograms. After initial corrections, there remains a mixture of different disturbances visible in them. Therefore, an estimation is necessary to distinguish between patterns caused by different sources. Commonly, this is achieved by using(More)
It is a matter of fact that atmosphere causes a significant effect in interferometric measurements. A stack of acquisitions is needed to reduce this nuisance influence. Another approach is to use numerical weather predictions (NWP) [1]. However, it is not straight forward to choose parameters of a NWP– system to get the best possible result. Also, different(More)