volume 4, issue 9 (94), P27-35 2018
DOI: 10.15587/1729-4061.2018.139723
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Nataliia Yeromina, Serhii Petrov, Alexander Tantsiura, Maksym Iasechko, Volodymyr Larin

Abstract: CENS by comparing its fragments with the reference image (RI). However, sighting of complex three-dimensional objects from small altitudes and at varying angles can lead to sharp gradients of radio brightness temperature within one object. This causes appearance of new boundaries between individual elements of the object itself, displacement, blurring or new contours on the current image of the sighting surface. These circumstances cause non-stationarity of the current picture formed in the CENS. Thus, a struc…

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