By Armando Marino
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Extra resources for A New Target Detector Based on Geometrical Perturbation Filters for Polarimetric Synthetic Aperture Radar (POL-SAR)
1 presents the values of q for frequently utilised bases. 3 Stokes Vectors In the previous section, the treatment of wave polarimetry assumes an implicit hypothesis: stationarity in time. Obviously, the electric field is not stationary since it keeps oscillating, tracing the polarisation ellipse. e. the same in time). 2 Wave Polarimetry 33 where the polarisation ellipse is a function of time and changes shape. The aim of this section is to introduce the mathematical tools required to describe a nonstationary wave polarisation (Beckmann 1968).
It can be calculated with the span of the scattering matrix. 2 Scattering Features Vectors The aim of this section is to provide a geometrical representation of the target based on a vector rather than a matrix. The reason is that with vectors it is often easier to handle algebraic manipulations (Cloude 1987; Ulaby and Elachi 1990). A scattering features vector was introduced: 1 k4 ¼ Tracef½SWg ¼ ½k1 ; k2 ; k3 ; k4 T : 2 ð3:29Þ where W is a complete set of 2 9 2 complex basis matrices under a Hermitian inner product.
2:34Þ is called the scattering (or Sinclair) matrix. With the scattering matrix any stationary target illuminated by a wave with stationary polarisation can be completely characterised (Kennaugh and Sloan 1952). The hypothesis of stationarity seems to be unavoidable; however in the next section we will see that in the case of nonstationary processes we can still characterise a target exploiting its statistics. When the scattering matrix is completely acquired in one single flight pass of the platform, the system is defined as quad polarimetric.
A New Target Detector Based on Geometrical Perturbation Filters for Polarimetric Synthetic Aperture Radar (POL-SAR) by Armando Marino