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IEEE International Radar Conference, 2005.
This paper is concerned with change detection in averaged multi-look SAR imagery. Averaged multi-look SAR images are preferable to full aperture SAR reconstructions when the imaging algorithm is approximation based (e.g., polar format processing), or motion data are not accurate over a long full aperture. We study the application of a SAR change detection method, known as Signal Subspace Processing, that is based on the principles of 2D adaptive filtering ,  ; and we use it to recognizedoi:10.1109/radar.2005.1435818 fatcat:e6y523icszagpbopqt6wie4x4y