4 edition of Mathematical and physical modelling of microwave scattering and polarimetric remote sensing found in the catalog.
Mathematical and physical modelling of microwave scattering and polarimetric remote sensing
A. I. Kozlov
Includes bibliographical references ( p. 389-410) and index.
|Statement||by A.I. Kozlov, L.P. Ligthart and A.I. Logvin.|
|Series||Remote sensing and digital image processing -- v. 3|
|Contributions||Ligthart, L. P., Logvin, A. I.|
|LC Classifications||QC808.5 .K69 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 410 p. :|
|Number of Pages||410|
|LC Control Number||2001050426|
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Mathematical and Physical Modelling of Microwave Scattering and Polarimetric Remote Sensing: Monitoring the Earth’s Environment Using Polarimetric Radar: Formulation and Potential Applications Author: A. Kozlov, L. Ligthart, A. Logvin, I. Besieris, L.
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This monograph provides a review of polarimetric radar techniques for remote first four chapters cover the basics. PART II - AN INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL MODELLING OF MICROWAVE SCATTERING AND POLARIMETRIC REMOTE SENSING Chapter 1: Introduction to Inverse Radar Scattering Problems Theoretical aspects 3 Pattern recognition and evaluation parameters 7 Conditions for implementing inverse scattering techniques 8 Polarimetric radar () Description of Remote Sensing by Radar Polarimetry.
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An introduction to mathematical and physical modelling of microwave scattering for remote sensing with use of polarimetry is provided in Part II of the Monograph. This part is composed of four.
The page book covers theoretical models, system design and operation, and geoscientific applications of active and passive microwave remote sensing systems.
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Physical modeling of passive polarimetric microwave observations of the atmosphere with respect to the third Stokes parameter B. Kutuza and G. Zagorin Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow A.
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