Detection and reconstruction of human scale features from high resolution interferometric SAR data

@article{Bolter2000DetectionAR,
  title={Detection and reconstruction of human scale features from high resolution interferometric SAR data},
  author={Regine Bolter and Franz Leberl},
  journal={Proceedings 15th International Conference on Pattern Recognition. ICPR-2000},
  year={2000},
  volume={4},
  pages={291-294 vol.4}
}
In contrast to optical imagery, modern high resolution IFSAR sensors deliver intensity images and corresponding interferometric height and coherence data from a single flight path at pixel sizes of 30 cm to 10 cm. Due to the all-weather, day-night applicability of SAR sensors, multiple views over short time can be easily obtained. However, many image users find it difficult to "read" radar images. They differ from the natural human visual impression and the familiar analogy communicated by… CONTINUE READING

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