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Canonical Huynen decomposition of radar targets


Huynen decomposition prefers the world of basic symmetry and regularity (SR) in which we live. However, this preference restricts its applicability to ideal SR scatterer only. As for the complex non-symmetric (NS) and irregular (IR) scatterers such as forest and building, Huynen decomposition fails to analyze their scattering. The canonical Huynen dichotomy is devised to extend Huynen decomposition to the preferences for IR and NS. From the physical realizability conditions of polarimetric scattering description, two other dichotomies of polarimetric radar target are developed, which prefer scattering IR, and NS, respectively, and provide two competent supplements to Huynen decomposition. The canonical Huynen dichotomy is the combination of the two dichotomies and Huynen decomposition. In virtue of an Adaptive selection, the canonical Huynen dichotomy is used in target extraction, and the experiments on AIRSAR San Francisco data demonstrate its high efficiency and excellent discrimination of radar targets. ?2015 SPIE.
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Journal:Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering
Recommended references: Li, Dong,Zhang, Yunhua.(2017).Canonical Huynen decomposition of radar targets.Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering.[ChinaXiv:201701.00025] (Click&Copy)
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