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Publications [#280307] of David J. Brady

Papers Published

  1. Linnehan, R; Brady, D; Schindler, J; Perlovsky, L; Rangaswamy, M, Multi-dimensional aperture design and analysis for SAR using the Cramér-rao theorem, Ieee Camsap 2005 First International Workshop on Computational Advances in Multi Sensor Adaptive Processing, vol. 2005 (December, 2005), pp. 4-7, IEEE, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico [CAMAP.2005.1574169], [doi]
    (last updated on 2019/11/13)

    Abstract:
    We are applying the Cramér-Rao theorem to synthetic aperture radar (SAR) processing in order to establish flight paths that permit height estimation and minimize errors in reflectivity measurements. The Cramér-Rao bound (CRB) establishes a lower bound on the error variance of unbiased estimates. Error bounds are developed for multi-dimensional synthetic apertures that improve the overall performance and efficiency of monostatic, single-pass SAR missions. A computationally efficient means for the design and analysis of SAR waveforms is proposed using simulated scattering models that are limited in size. A comparison made with the error bounds for standard SAR show that estimates of scatterer range and cross-range positions are sufficiently accurate for multi-dimensional aperture SAR, even with the additional estimator for height. © 2005 IEEE.

    Keywords:
    Computer simulation;Error analysis;Optimization;Synthetic aperture radar;