12 February 1993 Review and preview of wideband radar polarimetry conferences, workshops, and symposia
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A succint overview of basic events in the development of polarimetry--low frequency to optical regions--is followed by a succinct summary of the basic underlying principles of 'Direct and Inverse Methods in Polarimetry', including some pertinent examples. A critical assessment of solved and unresolved problems is followed with a listing of recent workshops, providing the incentives for planning and executing a series of coordinated international meetings such as the SPIE, Radar Polarimetry Conference, San Diego, CA, 1992 July 23-24 the Second Polarimetric Radar Workshop, JIPR-2, Nantes, France, 1992 Sept 7-10, and the 'Wideband Imaging and Sensing Polarimetry: WISP', Adelaide, South Australia, 1992 August 14.
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Wolfgang-Martin Boerner, "Review and preview of wideband radar polarimetry conferences, workshops, and symposia", Proc. SPIE 1748, Radar Polarimetry, (12 February 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.140638; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.140638


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