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PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 6396

Electro-Optical Remote Sensing II
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 6396
Date Published: 29 September 2006
Softcover: 10 papers (156) pages
ISBN: 9780819464941

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Calibration of the fast range imaging camera SwissRanger for use in the surveillance of the environment
Author(s): Timo Kahlmann; Hilmar Ingensand
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Remote concealed weapon detection in millimeter-wave region: active and passive
Author(s): Stephan Stanko; Frank Klöppel; Johann Huck; Denis Nötel; Manfred Hägelen; Gunnar Briese; Alexander Gregor; Sreenivas Erukulla; Hans-Hellmuth Fuchs; Helmut Essen; Anke Pagels
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Image quality for range-gated systems during different ranges atmospheric conditions
Author(s): Ove Steinvall; Pierre Andersson; Magnus Elmquist
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Registration and change detection techniques using 3D laser radar data from natural environments
Author(s): Gustav Tolt; Anders Wiklund; Pierre Andersson; Tomas Chevalier; Christina Grönwall; Frank Gustafsson; Håkan Larsson
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Active polarimetric and multispectral laboratory demonstrator: contrast enhancement for target detection
Author(s): Mehdi Alouini; François Goudail; Arnaud Grisard; Jérôme Bourderionnet; Daniel Dolfi; Ivar Baarstad; Trond Løke; Peter Kaspersen; Xavier Normandin
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Hyperspectral multiple approach fusion for the long-range detection of low observable objects: MUF2
Author(s): Peter W. T. Yuen; G. Bishop
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Hemispherical radiometer for angle resolved measurement of IR scatter and radiation behaviour
Author(s): C. Hahlweg; H. Rothe
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Forward modeling of linear mixing in thermal IR ground leaving radiance spectra
Author(s): Lee K. Balick; Alan R. Gillespie; Matthew F McCabe; Amit Mushkin
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A new approach to the modeling of optical remote sensing systems using vortical scattering parameters
Author(s): Aniceto Belmonte; Antonio Lázaro
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A numerical technique for gradient-type interface in the inverse scattering problems
Author(s): Mohsen Razzaghi
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