# Radar Detection Theory of Sliding Window Processes

@inproceedings{Weinberg2017RadarDT, title={Radar Detection Theory of Sliding Window Processes}, author={Graham Victor Weinberg}, year={2017} }

Sliding window decision rules are suboptimal non-coherent detectors designed to regulate the false alarm rate while introducing a loss relative to optimal Neyman-Pearson decision rules. In earlier low-resolution radars these detectors were very popular and during the 1960s were investigated extensively. However, with the systematic improvements in radar resolution such detectors became difficult to design so that they achieved the full constant false alarm rate (CFAR) property. This is…

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