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Tomography SAR is the extension of the conventional InSAR, which adds multiple baselines in the direction perpendicular to azimuth and to the line-of-sight, and forms an additional synthetic aperture in elevation direction, so it has resolving capability along this dimension [1-3]. A simple FFT based 3-D imaging method proposed by Dr. Reigber in [1] for(More)
Polarimetric synthetic aperture radar interferometry (PolInSAR) is a perspective remote sensing technique that has been intensively used for extracting forest heights. There are many forest parameter inversion methods. Among these methods, maximum likelihood inversion method computes the maximum-likelihood estimate of the vegetation parameters based(More)
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