Statistical Modeling of Multi-channel SAR Images
Currently, with the advancement of sophisticated SAR imaging modes, such as multitemporal interferometry and polarimetry, the return backscatter results are presented in two or more channels [1, 2]. The SAR interferogram, achieved by multiplying the first image by the complex conjugate of the second one [3, 4], has become an important tool for multiple-channel SAR image interpretation.
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