Communication Sciences and Engineering X. Processing and Transmission of Information A. Optical Channels 1. Uniqueness of the Optimum Receiver for the M-ary Pure State Problem National Aeronautics and Space Administration (grant Ngl 22-009-013) (1) (x. Processing and Transmission of Information)

@inproceedings{Flower2009CommunicationSA,
  title={Communication Sciences and Engineering X. Processing and Transmission of Information A. Optical Channels 1. Uniqueness of the Optimum Receiver for the M-ary Pure State Problem National Aeronautics and Space Administration (grant Ngl 22-009-013) (1) (x. Processing and Transmission of Information)},
  author={Flower and Robert J Fontana and Robert and P................... and Gallant and John and G.. and Himes and Horace and Horace Yuen and Frazer Howard and Okrent and John Poklemba and Stanley and R. and Robinson and Alexander},
  year={2009}
}
We have seen1 that the necessary and sufficient conditions for a set of operators 7i 1 to be the optimum decision operators are that the operator X defined by X = pip 7Ti satisfy X= X and X-pi p i > 0 all i. We have further shown that, on the space spanned by the m linearly independent message vectors (u i , the optimum 7ri are orthogonal projectors. We now… CONTINUE READING