Direct and Inverse Methods in Radar Polarimetry
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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- 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
- Paperback | 1064 pages
- 155 x 235 x 54.86mm | 1,650g
- Publication date
- 04 Dec 2014
- Publication City/Country
- Dordrecht, Netherlands
- Edition Statement
- Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1992
- Illustrations note
- XXXIV, 1064 p.