A New Algorithm for Processing Interferometric Data-Stacks: SqueeSAR

@article{Ferretti2011ANA,
  title={A New Algorithm for Processing Interferometric Data-Stacks: SqueeSAR},
  author={Alessandro Ferretti and Alfio Fumagalli and Fabrizio Novali and Claudio Maria Prati and Fabio Rocca and Alessio Rucci},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing},
  year={2011},
  volume={49},
  pages={3460-3470}
}
Permanent Scatterer SAR Interferometry (PSInSAR) aims to identify coherent radar targets exhibiting high phase stability over the entire observation time period. These targets often correspond to point-wise, man-made objects widely available over a city, but less present in non-urban areas. To overcome the limits of PSInSAR, analysis of interferometric data-stacks should aim at extracting geophysical parameters not only from point-wise deterministic objects (i.e., PS), but also from distributed… 

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