... problem **of** detecting a target **in** **Gaussian** **noise** **with** **unknown** covariance ...matrix. **In** contrast to the usual assumption **of** deterministic target ampli- tudes, we ...

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... the **detection** **of** an **unknown** and arbitrary **rank**-**one** signal **in** a spatial sector scanned by a small number **of** ...problem **of** ﬁnding the maximal invariant **for** the ...

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... Department **of** Electronics, Optronics and Signal 10 Avenue Edouard Belin, 31055 Toulouse France Abstract—Adaptive **detection** **of** a Swerling I-II type target **in** **Gaussian** **noise** ...

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... account **for** e.g. weak-amplitude **signals**, T wave overlaps and non-**Gaussian** **noise** ...distribution. **In** this paper, we develop several detectors using the **generalized** ...

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... problem **of** detecting a signal **of** interest **in** the presence **of** **Gaussian** **noise** **with** un- known **statistics** when the number **of** training samples available to learn ...

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... Adaptive **detection** **of** distributed targets has been addressed **in** [1] and [2]; **noise** is modeled **in** terms **of** independent, com- plex normal random vectors **with** a common ...

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... out **of** the zero-voltage state provides a sensitive threshold detector because the switching rate varies exponentially **with** the bias ...periment **in** which a current-biased Josephson junction is ...

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... hat **in** der Literatur grosse Beachtung ...CUSUM-Algorithmus. **In** vielen Anwendungsgebieten, wie ...sind **in** den meisten praktischen Anwendungen unbekannt und mu¨ssen gescha¨tzt ...Maximum ...

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... esis **test** based on the **likelihood** functions **for** double-talk versus a channel ...hypothesis **test** differs from the **one** pro- posed **in** [8], which involved the channel input ( ...

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... function **of** ξ rather than just a trigonometric polynomial **in** ξ. **In** other words, we deal here **with** the class **of** sequences **in** ` 1 whose Fourier transform is a trigonometric ...

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... The restriction on the location of the zeros of E(s)/F(s) will not be met in practical cases. The penalty for attempting this operation is that the noise power d[r] ...

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... need **for** our study. Then, section III, the core **of** the paper, is devoted to the maximum **likelihood** estimation (MLE) **of** a parameter θ, observed via n samples through a possibly nonlinear ...

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... contrast **with** the simplicity **of** this model and even when the **noise** background is white and **Gaussian**, the decision can be ...Actually, **in** many applications, very little is known about ...

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... problem **of** estimating the parameters **of** multivariate **generalized** **Gaussian** distributions using the maximum **likelihood** ...method. **For** any shape param- eter , we have proved that ...

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... number **of** low intensity components are lost when using a data fidelity term derived from Poisson ...shape **of** low intensity components is not well reconstructed when using a WL2 data fidelity ...obtained ...

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... robustness **of** deconvolution estimators as pointed out **in** [Meister, 2004] where the author established that the mean integrated squared error **of** such an estimator can grow to infinity when the ...

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... example **of** fading distribution **for** which the above conditions can be ...10 **with** probability half and let v = 1/4. Let µ = 5/4, then **for** any values **of** P , the maximizer **of** (24) is ...

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... distribution **with** . This seems to indicate that ACE is (close to) optimum **for** a large class **of** nonhomogeneous environments, at least it is rather ro- bust to covariance mismatches characterized by ...

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... To show that we can indeed use the opposite parallactic angles technique to estimate the residual noise level, we compare the empirical complementary CDF of the detection map in three di[r] ...

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... ] **in** the late twenties, play an important role **in** applied ...] **in** 1967, the large dimensional setting (where the dimension **of** the observations is **of** the same order as the size **of** ...

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