• Geography, Engineering
  • Published in
    SPIE Defense + Commercial…
    2004
  • DOI:10.1117/12.537235

Stokes vector component versus elementary factor performance in a target detection algorithm

@inproceedings{Crosby2004StokesVC,
  title={Stokes vector component versus elementary factor performance in a target detection algorithm},
  author={Frank J. Crosby},
  booktitle={SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing},
  year={2004}
}
Polarization based detection is often accomplished by using two separate components, reflectivity/emissivity and polarization, as detection algorithm inputs. These are Stokes vector components and are derived from elementary factors that represent energy collected with different polarizers. The elementary factors are added to produce the reflectivity/emissivity component and subtracted to produce the polarization component. Using the reflectivity/emissivity and polarization clearly addresses… CONTINUE READING

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