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Dag T. Gjessing, David E. Stein, Dino Giuli, Frederic A. Molinet, Hans Brand, Leonard A. Cram, Werner Wiesbeck, William A. Holm, Wolfgang Keydel, Wolfgang- M. Boerner
Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1992
Table Of Contents
Contents Part I Director's Foreword. Topic I. Basic Polarimetric Radar Theory. Topic II. Polarimetric Scattering Theories. Topic III. Polarimetric Metrology and Systems Calibration. Topic IV. Polarimetric Vector Signal Processing: Target vs. Clutter Discrimination. Contents Part II Topic V. Vector (Polarization) Diffraction Tomography and Environmental Sesing. Topic VI. Polarimetric Radar Systems Design and Operation. Topic VII. Polarimetric Synthetic Aperture Radar (POL-SAR) AND Inverse SAR (POL-ISAR) Systems. Topic VIII. Polarimetric Radar Meteorology and Oceanography. Topic IX. Final Reporting of Working Discussion Group Activities. Final Technical Program Outline. Keyword Index for Parts I and II. List of Abbreviations. Author Index.