Share Email Print


Algorithms for Synthetic Aperture Radar Imagery XXII
For the purchase of this volume in printed format, please visit

Volume Details

Volume Number: 9475
Date Published: 1 June 2015

Table of Contents
show all abstracts | hide all abstracts
Front Matter: Volume 9475
Author(s): Proceedings of SPIE
Gradient projection for interrupted SAR using the polar format algorithm
Author(s): Ross Deming; Chad Knight; Jake Gunther
Show Abstract
Knowledge-aided GMTI in a Bayesian framework
Author(s): Michael Riedl; Lee C. Potter
Show Abstract
Clutter suppression interferometry system design and processing
Author(s): Chad Knight; Ross Deming; Jake Gunther
Show Abstract
Geolocation of moving targets in Gotcha data using multimode processing
Author(s): Unnikrishna Pillai; Ke Yong Li; Steven M. Scarborough
Show Abstract
SAR image statistics and adaptive signal processing for change detection
Author(s): Viet T. Vu; Renato Machado; Mats I. Pettersson; Patrik Dammert; Hans Hellsten
Show Abstract
Signature predictions of surface targets undergoing turning maneuvers in spotlight synthetic aperture radar imagery
Author(s): David A. Garren
Show Abstract
Joint azimuth and elevation localization estimates in 3D synthetic aperture radar scenarios
Author(s): Matthew Pepin
Show Abstract
Impact of ground mover motion and windowing on stationary and moving shadows in synthetic aperture radar imagery
Author(s): J. Miller; E. Bishop; A. Doerry; A. M. Raynal
Show Abstract
Asymptotic modeling of synthetic aperture ladar sensor phenomenology
Author(s): Robert M. Neuroth; Brian D. Rigling; Edmund G. Zelnio; Edward A. Watson; Vincent J. Velten; Todd V. Rovito
Show Abstract
Deep convolutional neural networks for ATR from SAR imagery
Author(s): David A. E. Morgan
Show Abstract
Mixture of factor analyzers models of appearance manifolds for resolved SAR targets
Author(s): Tarek Abdelrahman; Emre Ertin
Show Abstract
Multinomial pattern matching revisited
Author(s): Matthew S. Horvath; Brian D. Rigling
Show Abstract

© SPIE. Terms of Use
Back to Top