Millimeter and centimeter wave scattering from the random fractal anisotropic surface has been theoretically investigated. Designing of such surfaces is based on the modifications of non-differentiable two-dimensional Weierstrass function. Wave scattering on a random surface is interesting for many sections of physics, mathematics, biology, and so on. Questions of a radar location and radio physics take the predominating position here. There are many real surfaces and volumes in the nature that can be carried to fractal objects. At the same time, the description of processes of waves scattering of fractal objects differs from classical approaches markedly. There are many monographs in the world on the topic of classical methods of wave scattering but the number of books devoted to waves scattering on fractal stochastic surfaces is not enough. These results of estimation of three-dimensional scattering functions are a priority in the world and are important in radar of low-contrast targets near the surface of the earth and the sea.
Part of the book: Fractal Analysis