Coherent Fields and Images in Remote Sensing
Coherent fields and images can provide significant information about remote objects in a variety of practical ways. This volume considers several coherent phenomena, including the use of coherent remote sensing to obtain information about the dynamic parameters of remote objects, the use of Fourier telescopy for exact imaging of remote objects in a turbulent atmosphere, and the use of time-background holography for remote sensing of moving objects. The book is intended for the broad community of researchers and engineers interested in coherent phenomena and their applications, plus senior and graduate students specializing in this field.
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Basic Concepts of the Statistical Theory of Light Scattering
Statistical Description of Coherent Images
Use of Coherent Fields and Images to Determine the Dynamic
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