On Optimal Minimax Jamming and Detection of Radar Signals

  title={On Optimal Minimax Jamming and Detection of Radar Signals},
  author={Moshe Weiss and S Schwartz},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems},
A game between an intelligent jammer J and decision maker DM is considered. DM seeks to detect a coherent slowly fading narrowband signal under a Neyman-Pearson criterion. His observations are corrupted with additive narrowband noise, the source of which is J's jamming with a power constraint, but otherwise almost arbitrary statistics. DM knows J's action but the converse is not true. When the number of samples increases asymptotically, a minimax solution for the game exists where the jamming… CONTINUE READING
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