Osamu Isoguchi

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—From its launch in 2006, the phased array L-band synthetic aperture radar (PALSAR) onboard the advanced land observing satellite (ALOS) has acquired many dual-polarized (FBD) images with a 70-km swath width, aiming to produce spatially consistent coverage over tropical rainforest. This paper investigates the relevancy of PALSAR orthorectified FBD product(More)
Nowadays there is a general consensus that the extra-information provided by the polarimetric Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) data enhance the capabilities of identifying and classifying the scene scattering behavior [1]. A fully polarimetric SAR transmits and receives two orthogonally polarized fields and, as result, gets the scattering matrix S for each(More)