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16 September 1992 Experimental design theoretic considerations for development of radar/radiometric imaging techniques
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The aim of this presentation is to address a new theoretic approach to the problem of radar/radiometric imaging (PRI) stated and solved as an ii-posed inverse problem on i mite—dimensional signal subspaces. The statistical experiment design theory (EDT) —based technique for RPI inverse problem solution is developed and discussed. The technique exploits the EDT methodology to Ci) design appropriate finite-dimensional model of RRI experiment in the terms of projection schemes for inverse problem solution, (ii) provide proper matching of object image and observat ion data subspaces ; and C I i i ) determine good estimates of an object from the limited number of wavefield measurements using statistical restoration technique. We also discuss issues concernini the available control of some additional "decrees of freedom" while such RRI experiment is conducting.
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Yuri V. Shkvarko "Experimental design theoretic considerations for development of radar/radiometric imaging techniques", Proc. SPIE 1700, Automatic Object Recognition II, (16 September 1992); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.138289
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