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Synonyms for scatter

Synonyms for scatter

to cause to separate and go in various directions

to disappear by or as if by rising

Synonyms for scatter

a haphazard distribution in all directions

the act of scattering

to cause to separate and go in different directions

sow by scattering

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cause to separate

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2000, Nonlinear subsidence rate estimation using permanent scatterers in differential SAR interferometry.
Numerical experiments show that the algorithm realizes the target reconstruction robustly and achieves both high-resolution and outstanding imaging quality in the presence of off-grid scatterers and is also simple to implement.
The noticeable advantage of the ISSL0 imaging method is that the strong scatterers of the target are extracted well along with fewer false points.
The semi- ellipsoidal region is assumed to have uniformly distributed scatterers.
Jiang (2011), "Mexico City Subsidence Observed with Persistent Scatterer InSAR," International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 13, 112.
11,12) The latter, noted as X, is defined as the product of the module of the incident wave vector by the characteristic dimension of the scatterer.
Coarse meshes around the scatterers are generated by EZ4U.
Time-reversal (TR) EM technology [2] has shown some absorbing novelties, such as far-field TR focusing beyond the diffraction limit [3, 4], TR subwavelength imaging [5], high TR focus gain in dense multipath environments [6,7], TR-MUSIC algorithm for small scatterer localization [8], TR ultra wideband communications [4,6,911], and TR method for arbitrarily structured beam-steering arrays [12].
EMISS includes scatterers, a transmitter antenna, and multiple observation points (antenna array, R's).
Since the intermittent sampling is done in the fast time, false point scatterers will be introduced only in the down-range where each point spread function (PSF) is a scaled sinc function.
Other reactively loaded parasitic scatterers can be used to insure acceptable level of coupling between antennas ports [20].
The SI is a measure of how the backscatter intensity fluctuates: for Rayleigh-distributed backscatter, the SI is equal to 1; for heavier tailed distributions that are a potential indicator of a relatively few strong scatterers contributing to the backscattered echo, the SI would be >1.
The GPR mapping due to ideal ground conditions has optimum penetration with high definition reflector topography, internal scatterers and hyperbolas.