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For sequential jumps detection, isolation and estimation in discrete-time stochastic linear systems, Willsky and Jones (1976) have developed the Generalized Likelihood Ratio (GLR) test. After each detection and isolation of one jump, the treatment of another possible jump is obtained by a direct state estimate and covariance incrementation of the Kalman(More)
For sequential jumps detection, isolation and estimation in discrete-time stochastic linear systems, (A.S. Wilsky et al., 1976) have developed the generalized likelihood ratio (GLR) test. After each detection and isolation of one jump, the treatment of another possible jump is obtained by a direct state estimate and covariance incrementation of the Kalman(More)
For sequential jumps detection, isolation, and estimation in discrete-time stochastic linear systems, Willsky and Jones (1976) have developed the Generalized Likelihood Ratio (GLR) test. After each detection and isolation of one jump, the treatment of another possible jump is obtained by a direct state estimate and covariance incrementation of the Kalman(More)
Computer and communication technology has been advancing within the military command and control (C2) systems since the advent of the modern computer. A number of existing or evolving C2 systems within the United State's Department of Defense leverage this technology to provide automated environmental effects decision aids to the tactical user (e.g., the(More)
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