Algorithm flow chart of ACDP-InSAR.

Algorithm flow chart of ACDP-InSAR.

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The Coherent Pixels Technique Interferometry Synthetic Aperture Radar (CPT-InSAR) method of inverting surface deformation parameters by using high-quality measuring points possesses the flaw inducing sparse measuring points in non-urban areas. In this paper, we propose the Adaptive Coherent Distributed Pixel InSAR (ACDP-InSAR) method, which is an a...

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... To address the inherent limitation of sparse measurements in non-urban areas in the conventional coherent pixels technique InSAR (CPT-InSAR), an adaptive coherent distributed pixels selection method was integrated into the CPT-InSAR processing chain [35]. DS pixels were identified by classical statistical testing and their phases were also optimized by the joint use of the phase triangle algorithm (PTA) and Eigen decompositionbased maximum likelihood estimator of interferometric phase (EMI) [35]. ...
... To address the inherent limitation of sparse measurements in non-urban areas in the conventional coherent pixels technique InSAR (CPT-InSAR), an adaptive coherent distributed pixels selection method was integrated into the CPT-InSAR processing chain [35]. DS pixels were identified by classical statistical testing and their phases were also optimized by the joint use of the phase triangle algorithm (PTA) and Eigen decompositionbased maximum likelihood estimator of interferometric phase (EMI) [35]. ...
... To address the inherent limitation of sparse measurements in non-urban areas in the conventional coherent pixels technique InSAR (CPT-InSAR), an adaptive coherent distributed pixels selection method was integrated into the CPT-InSAR processing chain [35]. DS pixels were identified by classical statistical testing and their phases were also optimized by the joint use of the phase triangle algorithm (PTA) and Eigen decomposition-based maximum likelihood estimator of interferometric phase (EMI) [35]. ...
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