28 May 2015 General three-layer scattering model for forest parameter estimation using single-baseline polarimetric interferometry synthetic aperture radar data
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The random volume over ground (RVoG) model has been extensively applied to polarimetric interferometry SAR (PolInSAR) data for the retrieval of forest geophysical parameters. The complex interferometric coherence of the RVoG model was originally derived in a simplified way by neglecting one of the two possible contributions of the ground response: direct return from the ground or double-bounce interaction with the stems or trunks. In many cases, their influence depends on both the system and scene parameters, and none of them should be ignored
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Nghia Pham Minh, Nghia Pham Minh, Bin Zou, Bin Zou, Yan Zhang, Yan Zhang, Vannhu Le, Vannhu Le, } "General three-layer scattering model for forest parameter estimation using single-baseline polarimetric interferometry synthetic aperture radar data," Journal of Applied Remote Sensing 9(1), 096043 (28 May 2015). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JRS.9.096043 . Submission:
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