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Telecommunications and Radio Engineering


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Imaging with Passive Sensing systems Part 1: Experiment Design-Based Approach

Yuriy V. Shkvarko
Visiting professor in the FIMEE, University of Guanajuato, Mexico

ABSTRACT

An experiment design-based approach to the problem of formation of high-resolution images from the remotely sensed data in passive monitoring systems is addressed. We unify several seemingly disparate approaches to passive sensing with sensor system fusion through the introduction of the concept of two-stage experiment design (ED) and regularization theory-based treatment of the passive sensing problems: (1) image formation with employing the ED considerations; (2) image improvement/ restoration via system and/or method fusion. At the image formation stage, which is the purpose of out study in this paper, we propose the unified ED-based regularization method that assumes no prior knowledge about the image model but exploits the variety of ED "degrees of freedom". ED-based generalization of the basic imaging algorithms for passive remote sensing systems is presented and discussed.