## Theory and applications of statistical wave-period processing: a coherent and unified treatment of the signature recognition problem as related to detection systems with particular applications to sonar and radar systems, Volume 1 |

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY | 1 |

ANALYSIS OF LINEAR TRANSMISSION | 11 |

A MODEL DETECTION PROCESSOR AND | 26 |

Copyright | |

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amplitude limited analysis applications average bandpass limited becomes Chapter clipper-limited computed Consequently consider constant correlator output cross-correlation processor curves cycles per second degradation detection processor detection system determined diagram Dirac Delta function discussed doppler equal equation false target rate finite FM-Slide Fourier Transform given Hilbert space illustrated in Fig input signal input signal-to-background ratio integration interval joint information bandpass linear matched filter mean peak mean value modulo wave-period narrow bandlimited noise signal non-linear optimum Parseval's Theorem phase phase-coherence correlator phase-coherence processor power spectral density probability density function processor output random noise Rayleigh distribution relation relative replica signature Section sensors shown in Fig signal processor signal signature signal-to-noise ratio sine wave sonar space spectral energy standard deviation statistical target signal target signature technique term threshold level transmission medium transmission signature trial probability parameter uncorrelated unity variable vector wave-period measure zero