Advances in Spectrum Analysis and Array Processing, Volume 3

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Simon Haykin
Prentice Hall, Jan 1, 1995 - Signal processing. - 542 pages
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In this, the third and final volume in the series, ten experts investigate a broad range of topics covering fundamental issues and applications in popular and new algorithms for Spectral Analysis and Array Processing. It covers optimal model-based processing techniques for the detection of multiple narrowband sources; two-dimensional angle estimation; direction-finding algorithms for closely-spaced source scenarios; and the use of neural networks in solving source location problems.

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Contents

Fundamental Limitations on Direction Finding
48
Robustness and Sensitivity Analysis for Eigenspace
97
REFERENCES
131
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