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Epipolar geometry comparison of SAR and optical camera


In computer vision, optical camera is often used as the eyes of computer. If we replace camera with synthetic aperture radar (SAR), we will then enter a microwave vision of the world. This paper gives a comparison of SAR imaging and camera imaging from the viewpoint of epipolar geometry. The imaging model and epipolar geometry of the two sensors are analyzed in detail. Their difference is illustrated, and their unification is particularly demonstrated. We hope these may benefit researchers in field of computer vision or SAR image processing to construct a computer SAR vision, which is dedicated to compensate and improve human vision by electromagnetically perceiving and understanding the images.
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Journal:Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering
Recommended references: Li, Dong,Zhang, Yunhua.(2017).Epipolar geometry comparison of SAR and optical camera.Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering.[ChinaXiv:201701.00024] (Click&Copy)
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