Detection, Estimation, and Modulation Theory, Part III: Radar-Sonar Signal Processing and Gaussian Signals in Noise

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 7, 2004 - Technology & Engineering - 648 pages
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  • Paperback reprint of one of the most respected classics in the history of engineering publication
  • Together with the reprint of Part I and the new Part IV, this will be the most complete treatment of the subject available
  • Provides a highly-readable discussion of Signal Processing and Noise
  • Features numerous problems and illustrations to help promote understanding of the topics
  • Contents are highly applicable to current systems
 

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Contents

1 Introduction
1
2 Detection of Gaussian Signals in White Gaussian Noise
8
Gaussian Processes
56
4 Special Categories of Detection Problems
99
Detection of Gaussian Signals
147
6 Estimation of the Parameters of a Random Process
167
7 Special Categories of Estimation Problems
188
8 The Radarsonar Problem
234
11 DopplerSpread Targets and Channels
357
12 RangeSpread Targets and Channels
413
13 DoublySpread Targets and Channels
444
14 Discussion
558
Complex Representation of Bandpass Signals Systems and Processes
565
Glossary
605
Author Index
619
Subject Index
623

9 Detection of Slowly Fluctuating Point Targets
238
Slowly Fluctuating Point Targets
275

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HARRY L. VAN TREES, ScD, was Professor of Electrical Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He served as Chief Scientist of the U.S. Air Force, Chief Scientist of the Defense Communications Agency, and Principle Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for C3I. He was President of M/A-Com-Linkabit Government Systems and a cofounder of CommQuest Technologies. He is currently Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering and Director of the C3I Center of Excellence at George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia.

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