Special Issue "Signals, Systems and Application of Sensors and Sensing Technologies in Geodesy"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 November 2024 | Viewed by 60
Interests: geodesy; geodynamics; gravity field; gravity space missions; signals and systems; data analytics
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The Global Geodetic Observing System (GGOS) advances the knowledge of Earth’s dynamic systems by quantifying our planet’s changes in space and time. The aim is to better understand global change phenomena in order to make informed decisions that will determine the well-being of future generations. This ‘just cause’ requires the continuous deployment of observing platforms, primarily airborne and spaceborne, that collect an unprecedented amount of measurements using different types of sensors. Advancements in fundamental geodetic research and innovative modeling now need validation using advanced data analytics methods. The measurements keep piling up and are waiting to be exploited to achieve the ‘just cause’ of GGOS. This requires novel signal processing methods to be developed. However, the analysis, integration and interpretation of the raw measurements are sometimes inadequate to isolate minute signals buried in noise many orders of magnitude larger. To achieve insightful and meaningful results, we need to enhance the signal processing methodologies in Geodesy, always approaching them from the perspective of systems and physical processes. This Special Issue of Sensors aims to emphasize advances in the development, enhancement, integration, testing, and validation of signals, and image processing methods and algorithms for all types of sensors and measurements. Theoretical, experimental and review papers are strongly encouraged, with no restriction on their length.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Optimal signal processing.
- Emerging applications of signal and information processing.
- Radar signal processing.
- Remote sensing processing.
- Spectral and wavelet analyses of signals and systems.
- Sensor measurement fusion and integration
- Sensor error modeling and calibration.
- Advanced sensor characterization.
- Metrology and standards.
- Novel multisensor integration strategy.
- Sensor programming.
- Comprehensive error analysis in Discrete Kalman Filtering.
- Robust and Adaptive Filtering Algorithms.
- Indoor georeferencing technology.
Prof. Dr. Spiros Pagiatakis
Prof. Dr. Jianguo Wang
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- signals and systems
- spectral and wavelet analyses
- error analysis
- sensor systems