Terrain elevation mapping results from airborne spotlight-mode coherent cross-track SAR stereo

@article{Yocky2004TerrainEM,
  title={Terrain elevation mapping results from airborne spotlight-mode coherent cross-track SAR stereo},
  author={David A. Yocky and Daniel E. Wahl and Charles V. Jakowatz},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing},
  year={2004},
  volume={42},
  pages={301-308}
}
Coherent cross-track synthetic aperture radar (SAR) stereo is shown to produce high-resolution three-dimensional maps of the Earth surface. This mode utilizes image pairs with common synthetic apertures but different squint angles allowing automated stereo correspondence and disparity estimation using complex correlation calculations. This paper presents two Ku-band, coherent cross-track stereo collects over rolling and rugged terrain. The first collect generates a digital elevation map (DEM… CONTINUE READING
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