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EE 262: Three-Dimensional Imaging (GEOPHYS 264)

Multidimensional time and frequency representations, generalization of Fourier transform methods to non-Cartesian coordinate systems, Hankel and Abel transforms, line integrals, impulses and sampling, reconstruction tomography, imaging radar. The projection-slice and layergram reconstruction methods as developed in radio interferometry. Radar imaging and backprojection algorithms for 3- and 4-D imaging. In weekly labs students create software to form images using these techniques with actual data. Final project consists of design, analysis and simulation of an advanced imaging system. Prerequisites: None required, but recommend EE103, EE261, EE278, some inverse method concepts such as from Geophys281.
Terms: Win | Units: 3
Instructors: Zebker, H. (PI)

GEOPHYS 264: Three-Dimensional Imaging (EE 262)

Multidimensional time and frequency representations, generalization of Fourier transform methods to non-Cartesian coordinate systems, Hankel and Abel transforms, line integrals, impulses and sampling, reconstruction tomography, imaging radar. The projection-slice and layergram reconstruction methods as developed in radio interferometry. Radar imaging and backprojection algorithms for 3- and 4-D imaging. In weekly labs students create software to form images using these techniques with actual data. Final project consists of design, analysis and simulation of an advanced imaging system. Prerequisites: None required, but recommend EE103, EE261, EE278, some inverse method concepts such as from Geophys281.
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