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Radar-Coding and Geocoding Lookup Tables for the Fusion of GIS Data and SAR images in Mountain Areas

  title={Radar-Coding and Geocoding Lookup Tables for the Fusion of GIS Data and SAR images in Mountain Areas},
  author={Ivan P{\'e}tillot and Emmanuel Trouv{\'e} and Philippe Bolon and Andreea Julea and Dennis L. Savoie and Polytech’Savoie Listic and Annecy-le-Vieux and Michel Gay and Jean-Michel Vanpe},
For merging Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) with georeferen ced data, one usually uses processing software to orthorectify the SAR images in order to add them in a GIS. Nevertheless , thi projection involves an important alteration of the information of SAR images and are often specific to some parti cular SAR sources. Moreover, the transformation of radarcoding data from a GIS into the radar geometry allows the use o f different information sources to improve the analysis of SAR images and the… 
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