Wave Propagation, Scattering and Emission in Complex Media

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789812387714
  • Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/15/2005
  • Pages: 476
  • Product dimensions: 7.60 (w) x 10.30 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

EM wave propagation and scattering in polarimetric SAR interferometry 3
Terrain topographic inversion from single-pass polarimetric SAR image data by using polarimetric stokes parameters and morphological algorithm 29
Road detection in forested area using polarimetric SAR 38
Research on some problems about SAR radiometric resolution 45
A fast image matching algorithm for remote sensing applications 51
A new algorithm of noised remote sensing image fusion based on steerable filters 56
Adaptive noise reduction of InSAR data based on anisotropic diffusion models and their applications to phase unwrapping 63
Modeling tools for backscattering from rough surfaces 75
Pseudo-nondiffracting beams from rough surface scattering 100
Surface roughness clutter effects in GPR modeling and detection 119
Scattering from rough surfaces with small slopes 128
Polarization and spectral characteristics of radar signals reflected by sea-surface 134
Simulation of microwave scattering from wind-driven ocean surfaces 139
HF surface wave radar tests at the Eastern China Sea 151
Wave propagation in plane-parallel metamaterial and constitutive relations 163
Two dimensional periodic approach for the study of left-handed metamaterials 182
Numerical analysis of the effective constitutive parameters of a random medium containing small chiral spheres 194
Wave propagation in inhomogeneous media : from the Helmholtz to the Ginzburg-Landau equation 203
Transformation of the spectrum of scattered radiation in randomly inhomogeneous absorptive plasma layer 207
Numerical analysis of microwave heating on saponification reaction 215
Analysis of electromagnetic scattering from layered crossed-gratings of circular cylinders using lattice sums technique 225
Scattering by a body in a random medium 240
A rigorous analysis of electromagnetic scattering from multilayered crossed-arrays of metallic cylinders 250
Vector models of non-stable and spatially-distributed radar objects 263
Simulation of algorithm of orthogonal signals forming and processing used to estimate back scattering matrix of non-stable radar objects 269
New features of scattering from a dielectric film on a reflecting metal substrate 281
A higher order FDTD method for EM wave propagation in collision plasmas 294
Simulating microwave emission from Antarctica ice sheet with a coherent model 303
Scattering and emission from inhomogeneous vegetation canopy and alien target by using three-dimensional vector radiative transfer (3D-VRT) equation 311
Analysis of land types using high-resolution satellite images and fractal approach 324
Data fusion of RADARSAT SAR and DMSP SSM/I for monitoring sea ice of China's Bohai Sea 332
Retrieving atmospheric temperature profiles from simulated microwave radiometer data with artificial neural networks 341
Wireless propagation in urban environments : modeling and experimental verification 353
An overview of physics-based wave propagation in forested environment 367
Angle-of-arrival fluctuations due to meteorological conditions in the diffraction zone of C-band radio waves, propagated over the ground surface 373
Simulating radio channel statistics using ray based prediction codes 380
Measurement and simulation of ultra wideband antenna elements 389
The experimental investigation of a ground-placed radio complex synchronization system 397
Analysis of 3-D electromagnetic wave scattering with the Krylov subspace FFT iterative methods 407
Sparse approximate inverse preconditioned iterative algorithm with block Toeplitz matrix for fast analysis of microstrip circuits 417
An efficient modified interpolation technique for the translation operators in MLFMA 426
Efficient solution of 3-D vector electromagnetic scattering by CG-MLFMA with partly approximate iteration 433
The effective constitution at interface of different media 440
Novel basis functions for quadratic hexahedral edge element 445
A higher order FDTD method for EM wave propagation in collision plasmas 454
Attenuation of electric field eradiated by underground source 460
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