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An efficient access control scheme with outsourcing capability and attribute update for fog computing
In this paper, we propose the first access control (CP-ABE) scheme supporting outsourcing capability and attribute update for fog computing. Expand
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Convolutional Neural Network With Data Augmentation for SAR Target Recognition
We investigate the capability of a deep convolutional neural network (CNN) combined with three types of data augmentation operations in SAR target recognition. Expand
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Radar HRRP target recognition based on higher order spectra
A method for calculating the Euclidean distance in higher order spectra feature space is proposed in this paper, which avoids calculating the higher Order spectra, effectively reducing the computation complexity and storage requirement. Expand
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Superpixel-Based CFAR Target Detection for High-Resolution SAR Images
In this letter, a new superpixel-based constant-false-alarm-rate (CFAR) target detection algorithm for high-resolution synthetic aperture radar images is proposed. Expand
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A New Wide Neighborhood Primal–Dual Infeasible-Interior-Point Method for Symmetric Cone Programming
We present a new infeasible-interior-point method, based on a wide neighborhood, for symmetric cone programming. Expand
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Radar HRRP Statistical Recognition: Parametric Model and Model Selection
  • L. Du, H. Liu, Z. Bao
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing
  • 1 May 2008
This paper introduces three joint-Gaussian models, i.e., subspace approximation model, probability principal components analysis (PPCA) model and factor analysis (FA) model, into radar HRRP statistical recognition. Expand
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A CFAR Adaptive Subspace Detector for First-Order or Second-Order Gaussian Signals Based on a Single Observation
In this paper, we consider the problem of detecting a signal in Gaussian noise with unknown covariance matrix, in partially homogeneous environments where the test and training data samples share the same noise covariance Matrix up to an unknown scaling factor. Expand
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Simultaneous Multibeam Resource Allocation Scheme for Multiple Target Tracking
A resource allocation strategy for the multibeam working mode with the task of tracking multiple targets is developed in this paper. Expand
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Bayesian Spatiotemporal Multitask Learning for Radar HRRP Target Recognition
A Bayesian dynamic model based on multitask learning (MTL) is developed for radar automatic target recognition (RATR) using high-resolution range profile (HRRP). Expand
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Radar HRRP target recognition with deep networks
Stacked Corrective Autoencoders are built up for HRRP target recognition by adopting multi-layered nonlinear networks for feature learning. Expand
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