5 August 2014 Errata: Effect of detection on spatial resolution in synthetic aperture radar imagery and mitigation through upsampling
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This article [J. Appl. Remote Sens.. 8, (1 ), 083601 ( July 25 2014)] contained an error in the abstract that changed the meaning of a sentence. The original sentence read, “It is shown that magnitude and power detections, respectively, degrade the spatial resolution by factors of two and greater.” The corrected sentence reads, “It is shown that power and magnitude detections, respectively, degrade the spatial resolution by factors of two and greater.”
El-Darymli, McGuire, Gill, Power, and Moloney: Errata: Effect of detection on spatial resolution in synthetic aperture radar imagery and mitigation through upsampling

This article [J. Appl. Remote Sens. 8(1), 083601 (July 25 2014)] contained an error in the abstract that changed the meaning of a sentence. The original sentence read, “It is shown that magnitude and power detections, respectively, degrade the spatial resolution by factors of two and greater.” The corrected sentence reads, “It is shown that power and magnitude detections, respectively, degrade the spatial resolution by factors of two and greater.”

All online versions of the article were corrected on 31 July 2014.

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Khalid El-Darymli, Khalid El-Darymli, Peter McGuire, Peter McGuire, Eric Gill, Eric Gill, Desmond Power, Desmond Power, Cecilia R. Moloney, Cecilia R. Moloney, } "Errata: Effect of detection on spatial resolution in synthetic aperture radar imagery and mitigation through upsampling," Journal of Applied Remote Sensing 8(1), 089997 (5 August 2014). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JRS.8.089997 . Submission:
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