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Thesis

Muhammad Adnan Siddique.
SAR tomography as an addon to persistent scatterer interferometry for improved deformation coverage.
PhD thesis,
ETH Zurich,
2018.
Keyword(s): SAR Processing,
SAR Tomography,
deformation analysis in urban and alpine areas,
persistent scatterer interferometry,
PSI,
atmospheric phase corrections,
radar interferometry,
differential SAR tomography,
SAR interferometry,
InSAR,
SAR,
SAR tomography,
Synthetic aperture radar (SAR),
deformation,
SAR signal processing,
Radar signal processing,
SAR Interferometry,
InSAR,
interferometric stacking,
persistent scatterer interferometry,
PSI,
spaceborne SAR radar interferometry,
spaceborne radar,
XBand,
TerraSARX,
synthetic aperture radar,
tomography,
3D point cloud retrieval,
SAR tomography based 3D point cloud extraction,
highresolution spaceborne SAR,
Cosmo Skymed,
interferometric stack,
layover scenario case,
persistent scatterer interferometry,
PSI,
pointlike scatterer,
processing approach,
Alpine Remote Sensing,
Spaceborne radar,
Synthetic aperture radar,
Threedimensional displays,
Tomography,
3D point cloud,
SAR interferometry,
Cosmo SkyMed,
Matter Valley,
Switzerland,
Alps,
mountainous terrain,
layover.
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Articles in journal or book chapters

Muhammad Adnan Siddique,
Urs Wegmuller,
Irena Hajnsek,
and Othmar Frey.
SAR Tomography as an AddOn to PSI: Detection of Coherent Scatterers in the Presence of Phase Instabilities.
Remote Sensing,
10(7):1014,
2018.
Keyword(s): SAR Processing,
SAR tomography,
Synthetic aperture radar (SAR),
SAR Interferometry,
InSAR,
interferometric stacking,
persistent scatterer interferometry,
PSI,
spaceborne SAR radar interferometry,
spaceborne radar,
XBand,
TerraSARX,
synthetic aperture radar,
tomography,
3D point cloud retrieval,
SAR tomography based 3D point cloud extraction,
highresolution spaceborne SAR,
TerraSARX,
Barcelona,
interferometric stack,
layover scenario case,
persistent scatterer interferometry,
PSI,
pointlike scatterer,
processing approach,
Urban Remote Sensing,
Spaceborne radar,
Synthetic aperture radar,
Threedimensional displays,
Tomography,
3D point cloud,
SAR interferometry,
deformation,
displacement,
subsidence,
detection,
urban deformation monitoring,
radar interferometry,
displacement mapping,
spaceborne SAR,
differential interferometry,
differential tomography,
coherent scatterer detection.
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Alessandra Budillon,
Angel Caroline Johnsy,
and Gilda Schirinzi.
Extension of a Fast GLRT Algorithm to 5D SAR Tomography of Urban Areas.
Remote Sensing,
9(8),
2017.
Keyword(s): SAR Processing,
SAR Tomography,
radar detection,
GLRT,
Fast GLRT,
deformation,
PSI,
persistent scatterer interferometry,
displacement mapping,
radar receivers,
radar resolution,
synthetic aperture radar,
tomography,
GLRT detector,
ROC curve,
SAR tomography,
SupGLRT,
elevation direction,
generalized likelihood ratio test detector,
multiple scatterer detection,
nominal system resolution,
nominal system superresolution,
receiver operating characteristic curve,
signal sparsity,
signal support detection operation,
signal support estimation operation,
signaltonoise ratio,
subspace energy measurement,
synthetic aperture radar,
Earth,
Estimation,
Signal resolution,
Spatial resolution,
Synthetic aperture radar,
Tomography,
Generalized likelihood ratio test (GLRT),
radar detection,
sparse signals,
synthetic aperture radar (SAR).
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P. Frolind,
A. Gustavsson,
M. Lundberg,
and L. M. H. Ulander.
CircularAperture VHFBand Synthetic Aperture Radar for Detection of Vehicles in Forest Concealment.
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing,
50(4):13291339,
April 2012.
Keyword(s): focusing,
image resolution,
radar imaging,
synthetic aperture radar,
VHF devices,
circularaperture VHFband synthetic aperture radar,
vehicles,
dense forest concealment,
image resolution,
object information,
signal processing,
imaging geometry,
highquality image focusing,
contrast optimization,
falsealarm rate,
detection probability,
frequency 20 MHz to 90 MHz,
Focusing,
Vehicles,
Apertures,
Radar tracking,
Image resolution,
Geometry,
Circular aperture,
forest concealment,
synthetic aperture radar (SAR),
target detection,
very high frequency (VHF).
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Xiao Xiang Zhu and Richard Bamler.
SuperResolution Power and Robustness of Compressive Sensing for Spectral Estimation With Application to Spaceborne Tomographic SAR.
IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens.,
50(1):247258,
January 2012.
Keyword(s): SAR Processing,
SAR Tomography,
Tomography,
Compressive Sensing,
CS,
InSAR,
SAR Interferometry,
Interferometry,
Persistent Scatterer Interferometry,
PSI,
TerraSARX,
Xband,
Estimation,
Image resolution,
Minimization,
Noise,
Robustness,
Strontium,
Tomography,
Fourier analysis,
data acquisition,
geophysical techniques,
least squares approximations,
maximum likelihood estimation,
minimisation,
probability,
remote sensing by radar,
spaceborne radar,
synthetic aperture radar,
tomography,
Fourier domain sample,
Rayleigh resolution analysis,
SL1MMER algorithm,
TomoSAR algorithm,
compressive sensing robustness analysis,
generic superresolution problem,
maximum likelihood parameter estimation,
nonlinear leastsquares estimation,
numerical simulation,
probability,
spaceborne SAR tomography,
sparse spectral estimation,
spectral estimation method,
superresolution power,
uniformly distributed phase difference analysis,
Compressive sensing (CS),
SAR tomography (TomoSAR),
SL1MMER,
spectral estimation,
superresolution (SR).
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E.J. Candes and Y. Plan.
A Probabilistic and RIPless Theory of Compressed Sensing.
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory,
57(11):72357254,
November 2011.
Keyword(s): Fourier coefficients,
Gaussian model,
RIPless theory,
compressed sensing,
frequency measurements,
probabilistic theory,
probability distribution,
restricted isometry property,
signal random model,
sparse signals,
Fourier analysis,
data compression,
random processes,
signal reconstruction,
statistical distributions;.
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M. C. Cuenca,
A. J. Hooper,
and Ramon F. Hanssen.
A New Method for Temporal Phase Unwrapping of Persistent Scatterers InSAR Time Series.
IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens.,
49(11):46064615,
November 2011.
Keyword(s): Bayesian theory,
InSAR time series,
Southern Netherlands,
persistent scatterer technique,
probability density function,
radar time series,
spatially correlated information,
temporal algorithm,
temporal phase unwrapping,
Bayes methods,
geophysical image processing,
radar imaging,
radar interferometry,
spatiotemporal phenomena,
synthetic aperture radar,
time series;.
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K. Goel and N. Adam.
ThreeDimensional Positioning of Point Scatterers Based on Radargrammetry.
IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens.,
PP(99):19,
2011.
Keyword(s): SAR Processing,
SAR Tomography,
Tomography.
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E.J. Candes and T. Tao.
The Power of Convex Relaxation: NearOptimal Matrix Completion.
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory,
56(5):20532080,
May 2010.
Keyword(s): collaborative filtering,
convex relaxation,
free probability,
information theoretic limit,
matrix completion problem,
nearoptimal matrix completion,
nuclear norm minimization,
random matrices,
random matrix theory,
semidefinite programming,
convex programming,
information theory,
random processes;.
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D. Pastina,
F. Colone,
and P. Lombardo.
Effect of Apodization on SAR Image Understanding.
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing,
45(11):35333551,
November 2007.
Keyword(s): SAR Processing,
Apodization,
Spatially Variant Apodization,
SVA,
SAR images,
apodization effect,
homogeneous regions,
main lobe resolution preservation,
pixel complex amplitude,
probability density function,
radar cross sections,
sidelobe level reduction,
statistical moments,
statistical properties,
supervised classification,
synthetic aperture radar images,
geophysical techniques,
image classification,
radar crosssections,
synthetic aperture radar.
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E.J. Candes,
J. Romberg,
and T. Tao.
Robust uncertainty principles: exact signal reconstruction from highly incomplete frequency information.
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory,
52(2):489509,
feb. 2006.
Keyword(s): Fourier coefficient,
convex optimization,
discretetime signal,
image reconstruction,
incomplete frequency information,
linear programming,
minimization problem,
nonlinear sampling theorem,
piecewise constant object,
probability value,
robust uncertainty principle,
signal reconstruction,
sparse random matrix,
trigonometric expansion,
Fourier analysis,
convex programming,
image reconstruction,
image sampling,
indeterminancy,
linear programming,
minimisation,
piecewise constant techniques,
probability,
signal reconstruction,
signal sampling,
sparse matrices;.
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Y. Yamaguchi,
T. Moriyama,
M. Ishido,
and H. Yamada.
Fourcomponent scattering model for polarimetric SAR image decomposition.
IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens.,
43(8):16991706,
August 2005.
Keyword(s): SAR Processing,
polarimetric decomposition,
Yamaguchi decomposition,
asymmetric covariance matrix,
cloud,
copol correlation,
crosspol correlation,
dipole scatterers,
double bounce scattering,
fourcomponent scattering model,
helix scattering power,
image decomposition,
nonreflection symmetric scattering,
polarimetric SAR,
probability density function,
radar polarimetry,
reflection symmetry condition,
scattering contribution decomposition,
surface scattering,
symmetric covariance matrix,
synthetic aperture radar,
threecomponent decomposition method,
urban area scattering,
volume scattering,
covariance matrices,
geophysical signal processing,
probability,
radar polarimetry,
remote sensing by radar,
synthetic aperture radar.
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Bert M. Kampes and Ramon F. Hanssen.
Ambiguity resolution for permanent scatterer interferometry.
IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens.,
42(11):24462453,
November 2004.
Keyword(s): LAMBDA method,
ambiguity decorrelation,
ambiguity resolution,
bootstrap estimation,
carrier phase observations,
global positioning systems,
integer least squares estimation,
multivariate normal distribution,
nonlinear parameter inversion algorithm,
permanent scatterer interferometry,
phase cycle ambiguity estimation,
synthetic aperture radar interferometry,
system of equations,
variancecovariance matrix,
geophysical signal processing,
least squares approximations,
normal distribution,
parameter estimation,
radiowave interferometry,
remote sensing,
remote sensing by radar,
synthetic aperture radar;.
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Curtis W. Chen and Howard A. Zebker.
Phase unwrapping for large SAR interferograms: statistical segmentation and generalized network models.
IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens.,
40(8):17091719,
August 2002.
Keyword(s): SAR Processing,
phase unwrapping,
SNAPHU,
geophysical signal processing,
image segmentation,
optimisation,
radar imaging,
radiowave interferometry,
remote sensing by radar,
statistical analysis,
synthetic aperture radar,
InSAR data,
SNAPHU,
a posteriori probability,
central Alaska,
fullsize interferograrn,
generalized network models,
interferometric input data,
interferometric synthetic aperture radar data,
large SAR interferograms,
networkflow,
nonlinear solver,
phase unwrapping,
secondary optimization problem,
statistical models,
statistical segmentation,
statisticalcost networkflow phaseunwrapping algorithm,
tileunwrapping stage,
tiles,
topographic interferogram,
Algorithm design and analysis,
Data analysis,
Geophysics computing,
Partitioning algorithms,
Phase estimation,
Probability,
Synthetic aperture radar interferometry,
Two dimensional displays.
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Christoph H. Gierull and Ishuwa C. Sikaneta.
Estimating the effective number of looks in interferometric SAR data.
IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens.,
40(8):17331742,
August 2002.
Keyword(s): SAR Processing,
ENL,
effective number of looks,
maximum likelihood estimation,
method of moments,
radar imaging,
radiowave interferometry,
remote sensing by radar,
synthetic aperture radar,
CFAR detection thresholds,
MoM,
adjacent pixels,
compensation,
complex correlation coefficient,
constant false alarm rate detection thresholds,
effective number of looks,
filtering,
interferometric SAR data,
maximumlikelihood estimator,
method of moments,
movingtarget detection,
multilook interferometric phase,
pdf,
probability density function,
statistical dependence,
synthetic aperture radar images,
Clutter,
Interferometry,
Layout,
Maximum likelihood estimation,
Pixel,
Probability density function,
Radar detection,
Speckle,
Statistics.
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Curtis W. Chen and Howard A. Zebker.
Twodimensional phase unwrapping with use of statistical models for cost functions in nonlinear optimization.
J. Opt. Soc. Am. A,
18(2):338351,
February 2001.
Keyword(s): SAR Processing,
phase unwrapping,
SNAPHU,
SAR Interferometry,
InSAR,
Synthetic aperture radar,
Phase.
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Ludwig Rössing and Joachim H.G. Ender.
MultiAntenna SAR Tomography Using Superresolution Techniques.
EUSAR 2000 Special Issue, Frequenz, Zeitschrift für Telekommunikation (Journal of Telecommunications),
55:123128,
March 2001.
Keyword(s): SAR Processing,
Tomography,
SAR Tomography,
Interferometry,
MultiAntenna Interferometry,
3D imaging,
superresolution,
a posteriori probability density function,
Airborne SAR,
XBand,
MultiChannel XBand,
AERII,
FGAN.
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JongSen Lee,
K. W. Hoppel,
S. A. Mango,
and A. R. Miller.
Intensity and phase statistics of multilook polarimetric and interferometric SAR imagery.
IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens.,
32(5):10171028,
September 1994.
Keyword(s): feature extraction,
geophysical techniques,
geophysics computing,
image coding,
image recognition,
remote sensing by radar,
synthetic aperture radar,
complex correlation coefficient,
data compression,
decorrelation effects,
feature classification,
feature extraction,
geophysical measurement technique,
image classification,
intensity statistics,
interferometric SAR imagery,
land surface imaging,
multilook phase difference,
multilook polarimetry,
phase statistics,
probability density function,
radar remote sensing,
scattering matrix,
signal processing,
speckle reduction,
synthetic aperture radar,
Covariance matrix,
Decorrelation,
Density functional theory,
NASA,
Phase measurement,
Radar polarimetry,
Radar scattering,
Sea measurements,
Speckle,
Statistics.
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C. Y. Chang and John C. Curlander.
Application of the Multiple PRF Technique to Resolve Doppler Centroid Estimation Ambiguity for Spaceborne SAR.
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing,
30(5):941949,
September 1992.
Keyword(s): SAR Processing,
Doppler Centroid,
Doppler Centroid Estimation,
Multiple PRF Technique,
Range CrossCorrelation Technique,
Clutterlock,
SIRC.
[Abstract]
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A. G. Stove.
Linear FMCW radar techniques.
IEE Proceedings F  Radar and Signal Processing,
139(5):343350,
October 1992.
Keyword(s): SAR Processing,
FMCW,
FMCW radar,
frequency modulation,
military systems,
radar systems,
automotive radars,
frequency modulated continuous wave,
linear FMCW radar,
low probability of intercept waveform,
moving target indication,
naval tactical navigation radars,
reflected power canceller,
solidstate transmitters,
Frequency modulation,
Radar.
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H. E. Rauch,
F. Tung,
and T.C. Striebel.
Maximum Likelihood Estimates of Linear Dynamic Systems.
AIAA JOURNAL,
3(8):14451450,
August 1965.
Keyword(s): INS/GNSS,
INS/GNSS integration,
RauchTungStriebel Smoothing,
RTS,
Kalman Filter,.
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Conference articles

Karlus A. Câmara de Macedo,
Rolf Scheiber,
and Alberto Moreira.
First Evaluations of Airborne InSAR TimeSeries.
In Proc. of EUSAR 2006  6th European Conference on Synthetic Aperture Radar,
2006.
Keyword(s): SAR Processing,
PSI,
Persistent Scatterer Interferometry,
Differential SAR Interferometry,
Permanent Scatterers,
Phase Gradient Autofocus,
PSPGA,
Autofocus,
Motion Compensation,
Residual Motion Error,
RepeatPass Interferometry,
Phase Calibration,
Baseline Calibration,
Tomographic Baseline Calibration,
Airborne SAR,
ESAR.
[Abstract]
[bibtexentry]
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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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