Synthetic aperture imaging and motion estimation using tensor methods

13 Jan 2020 Leibovich Matan Papanicolaou George Tsogka Chrysoula

We consider a synthetic aperture imaging configuration, such as synthetic aperture radar (SAR), where we want to first separate reflections from moving targets from those coming from a stationary background, and then to image separately the moving and the stationary reflectors. For this purpose, we introduce a representation of the data as a third order tensor formed from data coming from partially overlapping sub-apertures... (read more)

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