Range Density Function for Active Sensor Imaging

  • Askin Demirkol University of Missouri-Rolla, Rolla MO 65409-0040, USA
Keywords: Sensor imaging, SAR-ISAR, dense target environment, target density function, rangedensity function, inverse Wandermonde matrix


In this paper, a generalised target density function (TDF) is studied for active imaging bysensors such as radar. This is achieved by estimating a new TDF which is called range densityfunction (RDF). It is proposed by utilising of a generalised range-angle density function forimaging. While the RDF is developed by a new approach based on inverse Wandermonde matrixcomputation, it is obtained by considering a new range and scanning angle plane different fromthe conventional methods.
How to Cite
Demirkol, A. (2007). Range Density Function for Active Sensor Imaging. Defence Science Journal, 57(3), 305-313. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.57.1773
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