## Radar and sonar, Volume 2Springer-Verlag, 1992 - Technology & Engineering |

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### Contents

Beamforming with dominant mode rejection | 1 |

The finite Zak transform and the finite Fourier transform | 21 |

On the alternatives for imaging rotational targets | 37 |

Copyright | |

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adaptive beamforming affine group algorithm amplitude Antenna Applications approximation array gain improvement assumed B-splines beam canonical scatterer complexity compute conventional beamformer convergence rate coordinates covariance cross-ambiguity function cross-correlation CSDM defined denote density derivatives discrete model displacement rank dominant modes Doppler Editors eigenstructure elementary functions EMVDR beamformer equation factor Figure finite Zak transform formula frequency Gabor coefficients half-plane Heisenberg group Hermite functions IcrIr IDC's IMA Volumes Incremental Diffraction Coefficients integration inverse problem Lemma Lie algebra likelihood function linear loglikelihood matrix maximum likelihood method ML estimates MVDR narrowband noise field Nonuniform Current Field obtained parameter perfectly conducting phase pixel planar plane wave polar Radar ambiguity function Radar and Sonar radar imaging reconstruction representation resolution rotating samples scattered field scattering function Section sensors Signal Processing sonar spline statistics subset target Theorem Theory THETA DEGREES time-frequency Toeplitz Toeplitz matrix variables vector wavelet transform wideband z-transform zero