Progress Report: Multi-aperture Sar Target Detection Using Hidden Markov Models

@inproceedings{Flake1994ProgressRM,
  title={Progress Report: Multi-aperture Sar Target Detection Using Hidden Markov Models},
  author={Layne Flake and Ashok Krishnamurthy and Stan Ahalt},
  year={1994}
}
This report highlights our current work and accomplishments on the project to exploit angular diversity for improved target detection in multi-aperture SAR images. This report also contains a brief introduction to hidden Markov models, and identiies issues which we will resolve as work continues. We have analyzed multi-aperture SAR images and demonstrated that anisotropic behavior is present in our multi-aperture SAR image set. We performed baselining studies using the common method of CFAR LTT… CONTINUE READING

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