A Resolution Theory for Stable Imaging in Clutter

October 17, 2005
  • Resolutions
  • 18G10
I will present a qualitative, model free theory for imaging in clutter with coherent interferometry. Coherent interferometry is a smoothed form of Kirchhoff or travel time migration that is implemented adaptively in order to optimize the bias-variance tradeoff in the image quality, as it is being formed. I will show the results of numerical simulations that illustrate the theory. This is joint work with L. Borcea and C. Tsogka. (Lecture Materials)