SPRI: Simulator of Polarimetric Radar Images


SPRI consists of a suite of image processing programs for producing realistic millimeter-wave (MMW) radar images artificially on a workstation. The heart of the simulation approach is a polarimetric Rayleigh clutter simulator coupled to a clutter database. The simulator produces high resolution single-look polarimetric images. Hard targets can then be embedded into this clutter map, and the resultant image can be degraded in resolution, number of looks, polarization, etc. to match that which would be observed by a real sensor. Examples of simulated images, and comparisons of these simulations to actual images, are presented.

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@inproceedings{Roo2001SPRISO, title={SPRI: Simulator of Polarimetric Radar Images}, author={Roger D. De Roo and Jiyoun Munn and Leland E. Pierce and Adib Y. Nashashibi and Fawwaz T. Ulaby}, year={2001} }