Huina Song

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It has been proven that SqueeSAR technique has validated the potential to increase the density of measure points (MP) involving persistent scatter (PS) and distributed scatter (DS) candidate in nonurban areas. In SqueeSAR, DS candidate exhibiting high extended temporal coherence can be processed jointly with PS for deformation estimation after phase(More)
The multitemporal interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) technique is a potential tool for measuring digital elevation models and surface deformation. It has the advantage of high precision, competitive spatial resolution, and wide coverage. To improve the accuracy of the final results, some adaptive multilook strategies have been proposed in(More)
Statistically homogeneous pixels (SHPs) are considerably significant in many interferometric applications, such as interferometric filtering, distributed scatterer selection, small baseline subset, and SqueeSAR processing. It is very important to achieve SHPs efficiently and accurately. Previous studies on SHPs' selection are based on spatial restrictions(More)
Statistically Homogeneous Pixels (SHPs) selection is a significant step of multi-temporal interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) for Distributed Scatterers (DS). A series of studies namely, Anderson-Darling test (AD test) and its variants, have demonstrated their advantages. However, these algorithms have a similar drawback that they put little(More)
Rewarding experiences are often well remembered, and such memory formation is known to be dependent on dopamine modulation of the neural substrates engaged in learning and memory; however, it is unknown how and where in the brain dopamine signals bias episodic memory toward preceding rather than subsequent events. Here we found that photostimulation of(More)
Scanning synthetic aperture radar (ScanSAR) obtains wide swath images at the expense of azimuth resolution by sweeping the antenna beam periodically. Interferometric applications benefit from the wide swath of ScanSAR data. As a result, ScanSAR interferometry can efficiently acquire large scale geophysical information. However, the low azimuth resolution of(More)
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