Matched Terrain Processing: Possibilities for Waveform Diversity Design

Matched Terrain Processing: Possibilities for Waveform Diversity Design

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A technique called matched terrain processing (MTP) is described here that exploits the everincreasing availability of high-resolution geo-spatial databases of the earth's terrain to enhance the capabilities for identification and localization of targets. Waveform diversity design can become the basis for both target and terrain adaptive (not just target adaptive) optimization to enhance the capabilities of MTP further. A proof-of-concept example of the MTP method is provided in this chapter.

Inspec keywords: object detection; waveform analysis; geophysical image processing; optimisation; terrain mapping

Other keywords: target identification; matched terrain processing; MTP method; terrain adaptive optimization; earth terrain; target adaptive optimization; high-resolution geospatial database; waveform diversity design; target localization

Subjects: Instrumentation and techniques for geophysical, hydrospheric and lower atmosphere research; Geophysical techniques and equipment; Mathematical analysis; Computer vision and image processing techniques; Function theory, analysis; Optimisation techniques; Mathematical analysis; Optimisation techniques; Optical, image and video signal processing; Geophysics computing

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