AUTOMATED TIEPOINT RETRIEVAL THROUGH HETEROMORPHIC IMAGE SIMULATION FOR SPACEBORNE SAR SENSORS

@inproceedings{Small2000AUTOMATEDTR,
  title={AUTOMATED TIEPOINT RETRIEVAL THROUGH HETEROMORPHIC IMAGE SIMULATION FOR SPACEBORNE SAR SENSORS},
  author={David Small and Stefan Biegger and Daniel N{\"u}esch},
  year={2000}
}
The nominal radar geometry available from header information accompanying a satellite radar image is often accurate enough to generate an image simulation based on topographic information, given that an accurate DHM is available. In mountainous regions, the importance of taking the topological inequivalence of radar and map geometries into account cannot be overemphasized. Without such consideration, foreshortened areas and especially layover are rendered improperly, and necessary correlation… CONTINUE READING

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