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Orbital Effects in Spaceborne Synthetic Aperture Radar Interferometry

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Book Series: Schriftenreihe des Studiengangs Geodäsie und Geoinformatik / Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Studiengang Geodäsie und Geoinformatik ISSN: 16129733 ISBN: 9783731501343 Year: Volume: 2013,2 Pages: XVIII, 139 p. DOI: 10.5445/KSP/1000037166 Language: ENGLISH
Publisher: KIT Scientific Publishing
Subject: Physics (General)
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This book reviews and investigates orbit-related effects in synthetic aperture Radar interferometry (InSAR). The translation of orbit inaccuracies to error signals in the interferometric phase is concisely described; estimation and correction approaches are discussed and evaluated with special focus on network adjustment of redundantly estimated baseline errors. Moreover, the effect of relative motion of the orbit reference frame is addressed.

Explizit korrelierte quasirelativistische Wellenfunktionen

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ISBN: 9783866443990 Year: Pages: IV, 78 p. DOI: 10.5445/KSP/1000012165 Language: GERMAN
Publisher: KIT Scientific Publishing
Subject: Chemistry (General)
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Die Arbeit befasst sich mit der Kombination von explizit korrelierten Wellenfunktionen mit quasirelativistischen Hamilton-Operatoren. Die relativistische MP2-R12-Methode wurde entwickelt und effizient implementiert, um molekulare Systeme behandeln zu können. Es werden der skalare DKH- und Pauli-Operator, und zweikomponentige Spin-Bahn-ECPs behandelt. Der Basissatzfehler wird durch die R12-Terme drastisch reduziert, relativistische Effekte werden konsistent in die Störentwicklung einbezogen.

Zweikomponentige Methoden im Rahmen der zeitabhängigen Dichtefunktionaltheorie - Theorie, Implementierung und Anwendung

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ISBN: 9783731504283 Year: Pages: 215 p. DOI: 10.5445/KSP/1000048734 Language: GERMAN
Publisher: KIT Scientific Publishing
Subject: Chemistry (General)
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This book reports on the derivation, implementation and application of two-component methods in the framework of time-dependent density functional theory. These methods allow the calculation of electronic transitions as well as the calculation of the correlation contribution to the electronic ground-state energy (RPA) and to the orbital energies (GW) including spin-orbit coupling. The focus of the applications is put on organic light-emitting diodes and clusters of heavy metals.

Satellite Altimetry for Earth Sciences

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ISBN: 9783038976806 9783038976813 Year: Pages: 484 DOI: 10.3390/books978-3-03897-681-3 Language: English
Publisher: MDPI - Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
Subject: Science (General) --- Physics (General) --- Geophysics and Geomagnetism
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Satellite altimetry is a radar technique for measuring the topography of the Earth’s surface. It was initially designed for measuring the ocean’s topography, with reference to an ellipsoid, and for the determination of the marine geoid. Satellite altimetry has provided extremely valuable information on ocean science (e.g., circulation surface geostrophic currents, eddy structures, wave heights, and the propagation of oceanic Kelvin and Rossby waves). With more than 25 years of observations, it is also becoming vital to climate research, providing accurate measurements of sea level variations from regional to global scales. Altimetry has also demonstrated a strong potential for geophysical, cryospheric, and hydrological research and is now commonly used for the monitoring of Arctic and Antarctic ice sheet topography and of terrestrial surface water levels. This book aims to present reviews and recent advances of general interest in the use of radar altimetry in Earth sciences. Manuscripts are related to any aspect of radar altimetry technique or geophysical applications. We also encourage manuscripts resulting from the application of new altimetric technology (SAR, SARin, and Ka band) and improvements expected from missions to be launched in the near future (i.e., SWOT).

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satellite altimetry --- Envisat --- SARAL --- unsupervised classification --- K-medoids --- Greenland Sea --- Fram Strait --- upper layer thickness --- satellite altimeter --- two-layer ocean model --- South China Sea --- coastal altimetry --- sea surface height --- Jason-2 --- waveform retracking --- satellite altimetry --- inland water --- CryosSat-2 SAR --- Mekong Basin --- water level time series --- classification --- stack data --- altimetry --- Ka-band --- data processing --- calibration --- validation --- altimetry --- SAR --- calibration --- validation --- sea surface height --- coastal altimetry --- validation --- tide gauge --- altimetry --- Ka-band --- oceanography --- hydrology --- ice --- geodesy --- Jason-2 --- Hong Kong coast --- retracking --- X-TRACK --- ALES --- PISTACH --- radar altimetry --- coastal altimetry --- sea surface height --- topography of the intertidal zone --- ERS-2 --- ENVISAT --- SARAL --- CryoSat-2 --- altimetry --- water level --- discharge --- Sentinel-3 --- satellite altimetry --- microwave radiometer --- wet tropospheric correction --- wet path delay --- sensor calibration --- HY-2A --- waveform retracking --- range precision --- marine gravity --- radar altimetry --- waveform --- dielectric permittivity --- soil moisture --- satellite altimetry --- SWOT --- western Mediterranean Sea --- fine scale --- SWOT simulator --- ROMS model --- filtering --- storm surge --- satellite altimetry --- calibration --- numerical modelling --- FVCOM --- ocean tides --- coastal altimetry --- ALES retracker --- ocean geostrophy --- water volume transport --- satellite geodesy --- space gravity --- altimetry --- Argo --- Southern Ocean --- ACC --- lake level --- lake volume --- evaporation --- streamflow --- Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) --- altimetry --- Landsat --- Aral Sea --- altimetry --- water levels --- validation --- Inner Niger Delta --- altimetry --- orbit decay --- drifting orbit --- geodetic orbit --- leads --- satellite altimetry --- CryoSat-2 --- classification --- peakiness --- polar ocean

Ten Years of TerraSAR-X—Scientific Results

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ISBN: 9783038977247 9783038977254 Year: Pages: 422 DOI: 10.3390/books978-3-03897-725-4 Language: English
Publisher: MDPI - Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
Subject: Science (General)
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This Special Issue is a collection of papers addressing the scientific use of data acquired in the course of the TerraSAR-X mission 10 years after launch. The articles deal with the mission itself, the accuracy of the products, with differential interferometry, and with applications in the domains cryosphere, oceans, wetlands, and urban areas.

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synthetic aperture radar --- TerraSAR-X --- geolocation --- absolute localization accuracy --- stereo sar --- imaging geodesy --- TerraSAR-X --- internal calibration --- geometric and radiometric calibration --- antenna model verification --- antenna pointing determination --- radiometric accuracy --- calibration targets --- long term performance monitoring --- TerraSAR-X --- TanDEM-X --- LEO --- POD --- SLR --- SAR --- Satellite Laser Ranging --- radar ranging --- satellite orbit --- validation --- InSAR coherence --- NDVI --- damage assessment --- density map --- tsunami --- earthquake --- GIS --- TSX Staring spotlight --- high resolution InSAR --- small-scale movements --- atmospheric phase --- layover --- DSM blending --- SAR --- internal waves --- Andaman Sea --- radar --- satellite --- remote sensing --- SAR --- TerraSAR-X --- operations --- ground segment --- orbit --- mission --- global --- urban footprint --- processing --- validation --- community survey --- sustainability --- synthetic aperture radar --- X-band --- marine --- estuarine --- lacustrine --- riverine --- palustrine --- time-series --- SAR applications --- vegetation --- remote sensing data --- DInSAR --- landslide monitoring --- PSI --- super high-spatial resolution TerraSAR-X images --- pixel selection --- measurement pixels’ density --- synthetic aperture radar --- PolSAR --- TerraSAR-X --- surface water monitoring --- flooded vegetation --- classification --- segmentation --- InSAR --- landslide --- phase unwrapping --- phase demodulation --- TerraSAR-X --- RADARSAT-2 --- ALOS-1 --- ERS --- synthetic aperture radar --- TerraSAR-X --- habitat mapping --- monitoring --- remote sensing --- Wadden Sea --- mussel beds --- intertidal bedforms --- tidal gullies --- remote sensing --- film slicks on the sea surface --- dual co-polarized microwave radar --- surface wind waves --- wave breaking --- Snow Cover Extent (SCE) --- TerraSAR-X --- Landsat --- wet snow --- small Arctic catchments --- satellite time series --- TerraSAR-X --- synthetic aperture radar (SAR), radar mission --- remote sensing --- land subsidence --- TerraSAR-X --- SAR interferometry --- coastal environments --- Venice lagoon --- multi-baseline --- multi-pass --- PS --- DS --- geodetic --- TomoSAR --- D-TomoSAR --- PSI --- robust estimation --- covariance matrix --- InSAR --- SAR --- review --- SAR --- SAR interferometry --- atmospheric propagation delay --- persistent scatterer interferometry --- numerical weather prediction --- stratified atmospheric delay --- zenith path delay --- slant path delay --- interferometry --- surface movement monitoring --- ground control points --- radargrammetry --- automated target recognition --- convolutional neural networks (CNN), deep CNN --- support vector machine --- SVM --- synthetic aperture radar --- TerraSAR-X --- SAR interferometry --- land subsidence --- precise orbit determination --- geometric and radiometric calibration --- PSI

Discrete Mathematics and Symmetry

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ISBN: 9783039281909 9783039281916 Year: Pages: 458 DOI: 10.3390/books978-3-03928-191-6 Language: English
Publisher: MDPI - Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
Subject: Science (General) --- Mathematics
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Some of the most beautiful studies in Mathematics are related to Symmetry and Geometry. For this reason, we select here some contributions about such aspects and Discrete Geometry. As we know, Symmetry in a system means invariance of its elements under conditions of transformations. When we consider network structures, symmetry means invariance of adjacency of nodes under the permutations of node set. The graph isomorphism is an equivalence relation on the set of graphs. Therefore, it partitions the class of all graphs into equivalence classes. The underlying idea of isomorphism is that some objects have the same structure if we omit the individual character of their components. A set of graphs isomorphic to each other is denominated as an isomorphism class of graphs. The automorphism of a graph will be an isomorphism from G onto itself. The family of all automorphisms of a graph G is a permutation group.

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strongly regular graph --- automorphism group --- orbit matrix --- binary polyhedral group --- icosahedron --- dodecahedron --- 600-cell --- Electric multiple unit trains --- high-level maintenance planning --- time window --- 0–1 programming model --- particle swarm algorithm --- fixed point --- split-quaternion --- quadratic polynomial --- split-octonion --- neutrosophic set --- neutrosophic rough set --- pessimistic (optimistic) multigranulation neutrosophic approximation operators --- complete lattice --- rough set --- matroid --- operator --- attribute reduction --- graded rough sets --- rough intuitionistic fuzzy sets --- dominance relation --- logical conjunction operation --- logical disjunction operation --- multi-granulation --- planar point set --- convex polygon --- disjoint holes --- fuzzy logic --- pseudo-BCI algebra --- quasi-maximal element --- KG-union --- quasi-alternating BCK-algebra --- quality function deployment --- engineering characteristics --- group decision making --- 2-tuple --- metro station --- emergency routes --- graph partitioning --- graph clustering --- invariant measures --- partition comparison --- finite automorphism groups --- graph automorphisms --- Fuzzy sets --- ring --- normed space --- fuzzy normed ring --- fuzzy normed ideal --- fuzzy implication --- quantum B-algebra --- q-filter --- quotient algebra --- basic implication algebra --- Detour–Harary index --- maximum --- unicyclic --- bicyclic --- cacti --- three-way decisions --- intuitionistic fuzzy sets --- multi-granulation rough intuitionistic fuzzy sets --- granularity importance degree --- complexity --- Chebyshev polynomials --- gear graph --- pyramid graphs --- edge detection --- Laplacian operation --- regularization --- parameter selection --- performance evaluation --- aggregation operator --- triangular norm --- ?-convex set --- atom-bond connectivity index --- geometric arithmetic index --- line graph --- generalized bridge molecular graph --- graceful labeling --- edge graceful labeling --- edge even graceful labeling --- polar grid graph --- graph --- good drawing --- crossing number --- join product --- cyclic permutation --- nonlinear --- synchronized --- linear discrete --- chaotic system --- algorithm --- generalized permanental polynomial --- coefficient --- co-permanental --- isoperimetric number --- random graph --- intersection graph --- social network --- Abel–Grassmann’s groupoid (AG-groupoid) --- Abel–Grassmann’s group (AG-group) --- involution AG-group --- commutative group --- filter --- graceful labeling --- edge even graceful labeling --- cylinder grid graph --- selective maintenance --- multi-state system --- human reliability --- optimization --- genetic algorithm --- hypernear-ring --- multitransformation --- embedding --- distance matrix (spectrum) --- distance signlees Laplacian matrix (spectrum) --- (generalized) distance matrix --- spectral radius --- transmission regular graph --- graph --- good drawing --- crossing number --- join product --- cyclic permutation --- cyclic associative groupoid (CA-groupoid) --- cancellative --- variant CA-groupoids --- decomposition theorem --- construction methods

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