Mathematics in remote sensing: based on the proceedings of a conference organized by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications on Mathematics and its Applications in Remote Sensing held at Danbury, Essex, in May 1986

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Clarendon Press, Sep 14, 1989 - Mathematics - 399 pages
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This volume presents an up-to-date survey of the mathematical techniques of use in the generation of data and extraction of information from satellite observation. It presents a state-of-the-art account of what is possible with today's mathematical tools and offers a perspective on the capabilities of future remote sensing systems.

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Problems in passive remote sensing of the Earths land
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The dynamics of Braggscattering waves on the sea surface

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