A new approach to DInSAR pixel selection with a combined multi resolution selection method
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In DInSAR processing it is possible to detect different kinds of targets at different resolutions. Point like scatters can be selected with high resolution selection methods, like amplitude dispersion. Distributed scatters can be selected with a coherence spatial window. The joint combination of two or more pixel selection methods can be useful to get a higher pixel density and identify, compare and evaluate distributed and point like scatters at the same time.
CitationCentolanza, G. [et al.]. A new approach to DInSAR pixel selection with a combined multi resolution selection method. A: European Conference on Synthetic Aperture Radar. "Proceedings of EUSAR 2012: 9th European conference on syntethic aperture radar". Nürnberg: 2012, p. 485-488.