1 of many to come
Processing of Polarametric RADAR Data. Data collected with multiple look angles (HH, VV, HV)
HH = Horizontal Incident and Return
VV = Vertical Incident and Return
HV/VH = Horizontal or Vertical Incident/ Return
ESA Polarimetry Tutorials -this is a set of tutorials (3 parts)
Free Software POLSARPro
The software and tutorials go over how to work with Polarized RADAR data, specifically with POLSARPRo. The tutorials are mostly math. PolSARPro currently works with a variety of airborne RADAR Sensors (eg. AirSAR), and a couple of satellite RADAR systems (EnviSat, and RADARSAT). There are a couple of other satellite RADAR systems that will be available in the future.
Active Tcl - POLSARPro requires this to be installed
POLSARPRo - PolSARPro 2.0 Beta 7 release
Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation - Lillesand, Kiefer, Chipman - 5th ed, 2005
Publisher: Wiley & Sons
Introduction to Digital Image Processing, John Jensen, 3rd ed, 2004
Publisher: Prentice Hall
GPS Made Easy: Using the Global Positioning System in the Outdoors, Lawrence Letham, 4th ed, November 2003
Publisher: Mountaineers Books
Build Your Own Database Driven Website Using PHP & MySQL, 3rd edition, 2004, Kevin Yank
Getting to Know ArcObjects: Programming ArcGIS with VBA, October 2003, Robert Burke
Publisher: ESRI Press
Elements of Photogrammetery with Applications in GIS, Wolf and DeWitt, 3rd ed, 2000
Publisher: The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
Here is a link to the proof of Pythagoreum's Theorem that is used to define Euclidean Distance in the n-dimensional world we call "Feature Space." Some say Hyper-space, but I will leave this to Star Wars.
Courtesy of MathWorld
The Proof is in the Triangle