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How can a Cognitive Radar Mask its Cognition?

  title={How can a Cognitive Radar Mask its Cognition?},
  author={Kunal Pattanayak and Vikram Krishnamurthy and C. Berry},
We study how a cognitive radar can mask (hide) its cognitive ability from an adversarial jamming device. Specifically, if the radar optimally adapts its waveform based on adversarial target maneuvers (probes), how should the radar choose its waveform parameters (response) so that its utility function cannot be recovered by the adversary. This paper abstracts the radar’s cognition masking problem in terms of the spectra (eigenvalues) of the state and observation noise covariance matrices, and… 

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