Reconstruction From Aperture-Filtered Samples With Application to Scatterometer Image Reconstruction

  title={Reconstruction From Aperture-Filtered Samples With Application to Scatterometer Image Reconstruction},
  author={Brent A. Williams and David G. Long},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing},
This paper approaches scatterometer image reconstruction as the inversion of a discrete noisy aperture-filtered sampling operation. Aperture-filtered sampling is presented and contrasted with conventional and irregular sampling. Discrete reconstruction from noise-free aperture-filtered samples is investigated and contrasted with conventional continuous reconstruction approaches. The discrete approach enables analytical treatment of the reconstruction grid resolution and the effective resolution… CONTINUE READING
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