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International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium

About: International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium is an academic conference. The conference publishes majorly in the area(s): Synthetic aperture radar & Radar imaging. Over the lifetime, 39993 publication(s) have been published by the conference receiving 198643 citation(s).

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Topics: Synthetic aperture radar, Radar imaging, Radar ... show more
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39,993 results found


03 Aug 1997-
Abstract: Describes an outline of the algorithm that estimates the instantaneous profiles of the true radar reflectivity factor and rainfall rate from the radar reflectivity profiles observed by the precipitation radar (PR) onboard the TRMM satellite. The major challenge of the algorithm lies in the correction of rain attenuation with the non-uniform beam filling effect. The algorithm was tested with synthetic data and the result is shown.

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Topics: Radar imaging (66%), Radar (61%)

888 Citations


Open accessProceedings Article
01 Jan 1998-
Abstract: In this paper, we examine the role of polarimetry in synthetic aperture radar (SAR) interferometry. We first propose a general formulation for vector wave interferometry that includes conventional scalar interferometry as a special case. Then, we show how polarimetric basis transformations can be introduced into SAR interferometry and applied to form interferograms between all possible linear combinations of polarization states. This allows us to reveal the strong polarization dependency of the interferometric coherence. We then solve the coherence optimization problem involving maximization of interferometric coherence and formulate a new coherent decomposition for polarimetric SAR interferometry that allows the separation of the effective phase centers of different scattering mechanisms. A simplified stochastic scattering model for an elevated forest canopy is introduced to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed algorithms. In this way, we demonstrate the importance of wave polarization for the physical interpretation of SAR interferograms. We investigate the potential of polarimetric SAR interferometry using results from the evaluation of fully polarimetric interferometric shuttle imaging radar (SIR)-C/X-SAR data collected during October 8-9, 1994, over the SE Baikal Lake Selenga delta region of Buriatia, Southeast Siberia, Russia.

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Topics: Synthetic aperture radar (59%), Interferometry (59%), Polarimetry (52%)

794 Citations


Proceedings ArticleDOI: 10.1109/IGARSS.2003.1295516
21 Jul 2003-
Abstract: Interferometric Point Target Analysis (IPTA) is a method to exploit the temporal and spatial characteristics of interferometric signatures collected from point targets to accurately map surface deformation histories, terrain heights, and relative atmospheric path delays. In this contribution the IPTA concept is introduced, including the point selection criteria, the phase model and the iterative improvement of the model parameters. Intermediate and final results of an IPTA example using a stack of ERS-1 and ERS-2 data, confirm the validity of the concept and indicate a high accuracy of the resulting products.

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Topics: Point target (57%)

554 Citations


Journal ArticleDOI: 10.1109/TGRS.2007.895337
Takuji Kubota1, Shoichi Shige1, H. Hashizume1, Kazumasa Aonashi2  +8 moreInstitutions (6)
28 Aug 2006-
Abstract: This paper documents the production and validation of retrieved rainfall data obtained from satellite-borne microwave radiometers by the Global Satellite Mapping of Precipitation (GSMaP) Project. Using various attributes of precipitation derived from Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) satellite data, the GSMaP has implemented hydrometeor profiles derived from Precipitation Radar (PR), statistical rain/no-rain classification, and scattering algorithms using polarization-corrected temperatures (PCTs) at 85.5 and 37 GHz. Combined scattering-based surface rainfalls are computed depending on rainfall intensities. PCT85 is not used for stronger rainfalls, because strong depressions of PCT85 are related to tall precipitation-top heights. Therefore, for stronger rainfalls, PCT37 is used, with PCT85 used for weaker rainfalls. With the suspiciously strong rainfalls retrieved from PCT85 deleted, the combined rainfalls correspond well to the PR rain rates over land. The GSMaP algorithm for the TRMM Microwave Imager (TMI) is validated using the TRMM PR, ground radar [Kwajalein (KWAJ) radar and COBRA], and Radar Automated Meteorological Data Acquisition System (AMeDAS) precipitation analysis (RA). Monthly surface rainfalls retrieved from six microwave radiometers (GSMaP_MWR) are compared with the gauge-based dataset. Rain rates retrieved from the TMI (GSMaP_TMI) are in better agreement with the PR estimates over land everywhere except over tropical Africa in the boreal summer. Validation results of the KWAJ radar and COBRA show a good linear relationship for instantaneous rainfall rates, while validation around Japan using the RA shows a good relationship in the warm season. Poor results, connected to weak-precipitation cases, are found in the cold season around Japan.

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544 Citations


Open accessProceedings Article
Eric Rignot1, J.J. van Zyl1Institutions (1)
01 Jan 1993-
Abstract: Several techniques for detecting temporal changes in satellite synthetic-aperture radar (SAR) imagery are compared, using both theoretical predictions and spaceborne SAR data collected by the first European Remote Sensing Satellite, ERS-1. In a first set of techniques, changes are detected based on differences in the magnitude of the signal intensity between two dates. Ratioing of the multidate radar intensities is shown to be better adapted to the statistical characteristics of SAR data than subtracting, and works best when the number of looks is large. In a second set of techniques, changes are detected based on estimates of the temporal decorrelation of speckle. This method works best with one-look complex amplitude data, but can also be used with intensity data provided that the number of looks is small. The two techniques are compared using actual SAR data collected by ERS-1. The results illustrate the viability as well as the complementary character of these techniques for detecting changes in the structural and dielectric properties of remotely sensed surfaces. >

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Topics: Synthetic aperture radar (60%), Radar (52%), European Remote-Sensing Satellite (52%) ... show more

539 Citations


Performance
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No. of papers from the Conference in previous years
YearPapers
20212,086
20201,574
20192,254
20182,194
20171,584
20161,895

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Adriano Camps

164 papers, 1.1K citations

Jiancheng Shi

147 papers, 589 citations

Lorenzo Bruzzone

133 papers, 818 citations

Martti Hallikainen

116 papers, 509 citations

Irena Hajnsek

103 papers, 893 citations

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