The Characteristics of Flat-Topped and Pinnacle Building on SAR Image
Because of the characteristics of SAR side-looking imaging, the buildings in SAR images showing the geometric characteristics obviously, and the different roof structure buildings have the different features in the SAR images, these characteristics play an important role in the city monitoring of building three-dimensional reconstruction. First, discusses the SAR imaging principle and general characteristics, including layerover, shadow, perspective contraction, the dihedral angle reflection characteristics, and gives the different imaging characteristics of flat-topped and pinnacle building which have variety of different geometries, provides information for future city buildings identification and three-dimensional reconstruction.
KeywordsRemote Sensing Bright Line Radar Beam Slant Range Double Scattering
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