Special Issue "Sensors In Target Detection"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 May 2019
Prof. Dr. Thierry Bouwmans
Dr. Filippo Biondi
University of L’Aquila / Italian Ministry of Defence, L'Aquila, Abbruzzo, Italy
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Interests: Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), Polarimetric SAR (PolSAR), SAR Interferometry (InSAR) and Differential SAR interferometry (DinSAR), Polarimetric SAR interferometry (PolInSAR), Persistent Scatterers interferometry (PSInSAR) and 3-D/4-D Polarimetric SAR Tomography (PolTomSAR); Milti-Chromatic Analysis (MCA) for SAR; Moving Target Indication (MTI) for SAR; Deep Learning for SAR
We invite manuscripts for this forthcoming Special Issue on all aspects of research and development related to these scientific and technical areas and in all possible domains of applications. Original research articles that focus on sensors in target detection and experimental validation are welcome to highlight novel approaches, recent advancements, and new application areas or that solve an important problem. Potential topics include (but are not limited to):
- Visible cameras, IR cameras, multi-spectral sensors
- Radar and sonar sensors
- Sensor fusion
- Sensor placement, Sensor coverage
- Wireless sensor networks
- Synthetic-aperture radar (SAR) imaging, polarimetric (PolSAR), Interferometric SAR (InSAR), Polarimetric interferometric SAR (PolInSAR), Differential interferometric SAR (DinSAR), Persistent scatterer interferometry (PSInSAR), Multi-chromatic analysis (MCA) for SAR (MCA-SAR), SAR tomography
- Pixel tracking in synthetic aperture radar for glacier applications
- Pixel tracking in synthetic aperture radars for maritime surveillance
- Along-track interferometry (ATI) for sea, lake and river current velocity estimation (distributed targets) and for maritime surveillance (coherent targets)
- High-resolution, wide-swath strategies for synthetic aperture radars
- Geosynchronous synthetic aperture radars, high-resolution methods and strategies
- Hyperspectral satellite imaging classification and super-resolution techniques
- Ground/marine moving target indication (MTI)
- Direction-of-arrival tracking
- Deep-learning applied to remote sensing
Authors are invited to contact the Guest Editors prior to submission if they are uncertain whether their work falls within the general scope of this Special Issue.Prof. Dr. Thierry Bouwmans
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