Opposite-side radar image pairs have been considered unsuitable for stereo viewing. Illumination differences of the two images of an overlapping pair prevented one from fusing a 3-dimensional model. This paper reports on a procedure to process the digital data in such a way that opposite-side radar image pairs can be viewed stereoscopically. This permits one to take advantage of a superior intersection geometry for stereoscopic interpretation and parallax measurements.
|Journal||Photogrammetric engineering & remote sensing|
|Publication status||Published - 1986|
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