Electromagnetic Scattering Modelling for Quantitative Remote Sensing Ya-Qiu Jin

ISBN: 9781299670518

Published: May 10th 2014

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356 pages


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Electromagnetic Scattering Modelling for Quantitative Remote Sensing  by  Ya-Qiu Jin

Electromagnetic Scattering Modelling for Quantitative Remote Sensing by Ya-Qiu Jin
May 10th 2014 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 356 pages | ISBN: 9781299670518 | 7.70 Mb

Advances during the last two decades in radio electronics, space science and computers have turned remote sensing technology into one of the most effective tools for global exploration and environmental monitoring. This book is a comprehensiveMoreAdvances during the last two decades in radio electronics, space science and computers have turned remote sensing technology into one of the most effective tools for global exploration and environmental monitoring.

This book is a comprehensive account of the theoretical models and techniques required for a full interpretation of the rich images and data that remote sensing can provide. Starting with the basics of vector radiative transfer and scattering theory, the book goes on to develop quantitative methods involving most comprehensive models of discrete scatters, continuous random media and randomly rough surfaces. References are constantly made to real-world parameters and models involved in the probing of different types of geographical terrain. The book is intended as an introductory graduate text and a research reference.

It assumes a reasonable foundation in electromagnetism and common techniques in mathematical physics.



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