1 August 1992 Smoothing speckled synthetic aperture radar images by using maximum homgeneous region filters
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A new speckle suppression filter using adaptively tailored windows to preserve edges when they are present is proposed. Results are presented for synthetic aperture radar images and comparison is made with existing speckle filtering methods that do not have the shape adaptivity property.
Yifeng Wu, Yifeng Wu, Henri Maitre, Henri Maitre, } "Smoothing speckled synthetic aperture radar images by using maximum homgeneous region filters," Optical Engineering 31(8), (1 August 1992). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.59897 . Submission:
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