Publications about 'Cramer-Rao bound'

Articles in journal or book chapters

  1. Matteo Pardini, Fabrizio Lombardini, and Fabrizio Gini. The Hybrid Cramér -- Rao Bound on Broadside DOA Estimation of Extended Sources in Presence of Array Errors. IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, 56(4):1726-1730, April 2008. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, SAR Tomography, Tomography, Residual Motion Errors, InSAR, SAR Interferometry, Interferometry, antenna arrays, direction-of-arrival estimation, DOA estimation, hybrid Cramer-Rao bound, multibaseline interferometers, randomly perturbed arrays, remote sensing systems, signal direction of arrival, synthetic aperture radar. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  2. R. Linnehan, D. Brady, J. Schindler, L. Perlovsky, and M. Rangaswamy. On the design of SAR apertures using the Cramer-Rao bound. Aerospace and Electronic Systems, IEEE Transactions on, 43(1):344 -355, january 2007. Keyword(s): Cramer-Rao bound, SAR, likelihood function, scatterer parameter vector, synthetic aperture radar, military radar, synthetic aperture radar;. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  3. Andrea Monti-Guarnieri and Stefano Tebaldini. Hybrid Cramer-Rao Bounds for Crustal Displacement Field Estimators in SAR Interferometry. IEEE Signal Processing Letters, 14(12):1012-1015, December 2007. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, APS variance, SAR interferometry, atmospheric phase screen, crustal displacement field estimator, deterministic parameter, error analysis, hybrid Cramer-Rao bounds, line-of-sight crustal deformation, radar signal analysis, spaceborne synthetic aperture radar interferometry, stochastic variable, system configuration, target decorrelation, decorrelation, error analysis, interferometry, radar signal processing, radar tracking, spaceborne radar, stochastic processes, synthetic aperture radar;. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  4. Z. Su, Y. Peng, and X. Wang. Evaluation of the Aperture in the Curvilinear SAR. Radar, 2006. CIE'06. International Conference on, pp 1-4, 2006. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, Non-Linear Flight Path, SAR Tomography, Curvilinear SAR. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  5. Richard Bamler and Michael Eineder. Accuracy of differential shift estimation by correlation and split-bandwidth interferometry for wideband and delta-k SAR systems. IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, 2(2):151-155, April 2005. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, split-bandwidth, geophysical signal processing, image registration, radar imaging, radar interference, remote sensing by radar, speckle, synthetic aperture radar, Cramer-Rao bound, Delta-k interferometry, clutter, coherent speckle correlation, differential delay estimation, differential shift estimation, digital elevation model, ground motion mapping, image coregistration, image correlation, incoherent speckle correlation, macro-scale shift estimation, phase cycle ambiguities, phase unwrapping, point scatterers, speckle tracking, split-bandwidth interferometry, synthetic aperture radar, Bandwidth, Clutter, Digital elevation models, Equations, Interferometry, Motion estimation, Radar scattering, Speckle, Synthetic aperture radar, Wideband, Cramer-Rao bound (CRB), Delta-k interferometry, differential delay estimation, image correlation, speckle tracking, split-bandwidth interferometry, synthetic aperture radar (SAR) image coregistration. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  6. Z. Su, Y. Peng, and X. Wang. Efficient algorithm for three-dimensional target feature extraction via CLSAR. Electronics Letters, 40(15):965-966, 2004. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, Non-Linear Flight Path, SAR Tomography, Curvilinear SAR, fast Fourier transforms, feature extraction, radar imaging, synthetic aperture radar, Cramer-Rao bounds, LODIPS algorithm, RELAX algorithm, SNR, computational load, curvilinear synthetic aperture radar system, lower dimensional FFT, lower dimensional position searching, three dimensional target feature extraction. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  7. Zheng-She Liu and Jian Li. Synthetic-aperture-radar motion compensation and feature extraction by means of a relaxation-based algorithm. J. Opt. Soc. Am. A, 15(3):599-610, 1998. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, Autofocus, Motion Compensation, MoComp, Residual Motion Errors, Airborne SAR, Phase Gradient Autofocus, PGA, RELAX, MCRELAX, Cramer-Rao Bound, Parametric Estimation. [bibtex-entry]

  8. J. Li, Z.-S. Liu, and Petre Stoica. 3-D target feature extraction via interferometric SAR. Radar, Sonar and Navigation, IEE Proceedings -, 144(2):71-80, 1997. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, Tomography, SAR Tomography, InSAR, fast Fourier transforms, feature extraction, least squares approximations, parameter estimation, radar cross-sections, radar signal processing, radiowave interferometry, signal resolution, synthetic aperture radar, 3D target feature extraction, Capon, Cramer-Rao bounds, FTF, IFRELAX, IFSAR, MUSIC, data model, interferometric SAR, interferometric synthetic aperture radar, nonlinear least squares parameter estimation method, nonparametric methods, parameter estimates, parameter identifiability conditions, performance, point scatterers, two-dimensional feature extraction methods, windowed FFT. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  9. Richard Bamler. Doppler Frequency Estimation and the Cramer-Rao Bound. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 29(3):385-390, May 1991. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, Doppler Centroid, Doppler Centroid Estimation, Cramer-Rao Bound, Correlation-Based Estimator, Maximum-Likelihood Estimator, Accuracy Comparison, Clutterlock. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  10. Petre Stoica and A. Nehorai. MUSIC, maximum likelihood, and Cramer-Rao bound: further results and comparisons. IEEE Transactions on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, 38(12):2140-2150, December 1990. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, MUSIC, SAR Tomography, parameter estimation, signal detection, signal processing, statistical analysisCramer-Rao bound, covariance matrix, direction-of-arrival, maximum likelihood estimator, multiple signal characterization, narrowband plane waves, noisy measurements, parameter estimation, performance comparisons, statistical performance, superimposed signals, uniform linear sensor arrays, unweighted MUSIC estimator, weighted MUSIC estimators. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  11. Petre Stoica, Randolph L. Moses, Benjamin Friedlander, and Torsten Söderström. Maximum likelihood estimation of the parameters of multiple sinusoids from noisy measurements. Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing [see also IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing], IEEE Transactions on, 37(3):378-392, 1989. Keyword(s): RFI Suppression, filtering and prediction theory, spectral analysis, Cramer-Rao bound covariance matrix, initial estimates, maximum-likelihood, maximum-likelihood estimator, MLE, multiple sinusoids, noisy measurements, spectral analysis. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]

  12. P. Stoica and Arye Nehorai. MUSIC, maximum likelihood, and Cramer-Rao bound. IEEE Transactions on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, 37(5):720-741, May 1989. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, MUSIC, SAR Tomography, radio direction-finding, signal processing, Cramer-Rao bound, MUSIC estimator, covariance matrix, direction finding, maximum likelihood method, plane waves, signal processing, statistical efficiency, uniform linear array. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]



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Author: Othmar Frey, Earth Observation and Remote Sensing, Institute of Environmental Engineering, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology - ETH Zurich .

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