Direct and Inverse Methods in Radar Polarimetry

Description

This foreword deals exclusively with the planning, organization, and execution of the Workshop's scientific as well as cultural programs. It is opened with a synopsis on how the global political changes that occurred immediately after the Workshop caused the ~elay in producing the proceedings, followed by a brief exposition on need, timeliness, and importance of this second ARW in the field of electromagnetic imaging, radar remote sensing, and target versus clutter di~rimination; and an outline of the objectives. An informal discussion about some of the organizational details, a retrospective summary of events, and a preview of the third workshop, planned for 1993 September 19-25, is intended to recapture the spirit of this second NATO Advanced Research Workshop (1988 September 18-24), and will reveal how successful it was in compar- ison to the first of 1983 September 18-24, how its accomplishments may be appreciated and why a third and last workshop was requested by its participants to take place during 1993 September 19-25.

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Details

Author(s)
Wolfgang- M. Boerner, Leonard A. Cram, William A. Holm, David E. Stein, Werner Wiesbeck, Wolfgang Keydel, Dino Giuli, Dag T. Gjessing, Frédéric A. Molinet, Hans Brand
Format
Paperback | 1064 pages
Dimensions
155 x 235 x 54.86mm | 1,650g
Publication date
04 Dec 2014
Publisher
Springer
Publication City/Country
Dordrecht, Netherlands
Language
English
Edition Statement
Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1992
Illustrations note
XXXIV, 1064 p.
ISBN10
9401092451
ISBN13
9789401092456