Signal Detection and Estimation

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Artech House, Jan 1, 2005 - Technology & Engineering - 692 pages
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This newly revised edition of a classic Artech House book provides you with a comprehensive and current understanding of signal detection and estimation. Featuring a wealth of new and expanded material, the second edition introduces the concepts of adaptive CFAR detection and distributed CA-CFAR detection. The book provides complete explanations of the mathematics you need to fully master the material, including probability theory, distributions, and random processes.

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An excellent book that explains the fundamentals very well

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It is a book dealing with the basic concepts of signal detection and estimation theory in a very simple language. Best for beginners.

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Distributions
75
Random Processes
141
DiscreteTime Random Processes
223
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Mourad Barkat is a professor in the Department of Electronics at the University of Constantine, Algeria.

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