Mark Preiss

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— SAR Coherent Change Detection (CCD) is a technique that exploits the sensitivity of the transduced SAR image phase and speckle pattern to detect subtle scene disturbanes that may occur in the interval between a repeat pass imaging collection. Polarimetric SAR provides additional scene information that may be exploited to provide enhanced CCD products and(More)
A theoretical model is developed to describe the interferometric coherency between pairs of SAR images of rough soil surfaces. The model is derived using a dyadic form for surface reflectivity in the Kirchhoff approximation. This permits the combination of Kirchhoff theory and spotlight synthetic aperture radar (SAR) image formation theory. The resulting(More)