4 October 2017 L1 regularization recovered SAR images based interferometric SAR imaging via complex approximated message passing
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This paper presents an interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) imaging method based on L1 regularization reconstruction model for SAR complex-image and raw data via complex approximated message passing (CAMP) with joint reconstruction model. As an iterative recovery algorithm for L1 regularization, CAMP can not only obtain the sparse estimation of considered scene as other regularization recovery algorithms, but also a non-sparse solution with preserved background information, thus can be used to InSAR processing. The contributions of the proposed method are as follows. On the one hand, as multiple SAR complex images are strongly correlated, single-channel independent reconstruction via Lq regularization cannot preserve the interferometric phase information, while the proposed mixed norm-based L1 regularization joint reconstruction model via CAMP algorithm can ensure the preservation of interferometric phase information among multiple channels. On the other hand, the interferogram reconstructed by the proposed CAMP-based InSAR imaging with joint reconstruction model can improve the performance of noise reduction efficiently compared with conventional matched filtering (MF) results. Experiments carried out on simulated and real data confirmed the feasibility of the L1 regularization joint reconstruction model via CAMP for InSAR processing with preserved interferometric phase information and better noise reduction performance.
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Chenyang Wu, Chenyang Wu, Hui Bi, Hui Bi, Bingchen Zhang, Bingchen Zhang, Yun Lin, Yun Lin, Wen Hong, Wen Hong, } "L1 regularization recovered SAR images based interferometric SAR imaging via complex approximated message passing", Proc. SPIE 10427, Image and Signal Processing for Remote Sensing XXIII, 1042717 (4 October 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2278048; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2278048
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