The differential Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (DInSAR) is a remote sensing technique, which has improved very quickly in recent years. The main application of this technique is the accurate estimation and monitoring of land deformation.
The goal of this project is the processing and analysis of DInSAR data with an experimental procedure developed at the Institute of Geomatics (IG).
This document reviews the basic concepts of radar, SAR images and the DInSAR technique. Furthermore, it describes in detail the work done with the experimental DInSAR procedure of IG.
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