Cameron's coherent target decomposition (CTD) and classification are discussed in the context of ISAR, and the limitations of Cameron's classification are examined. It is shown that these methods may lead to a coarse and misleading scattering segmentation because of the large radiometric dispersion tolerated in each of the elemental scatterer classes, as well as the implicit assumption on the coherence nature of the target scattering. A new method, named the symmetric scattering characterization method (SSCM), is introduced to better exploit the information provided by the largest target symmetric scattering component.
ESTAZIONE DI FEATURES DA IMMAGINI ISAR POLARIMETRICHE
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