Sensor array signal processing : two decades later

@inproceedings{Krim1995SensorAS,
  title={Sensor array signal processing : two decades later},
  author={Hamid Krim and Mats Viberg and Decision Systems.},
  year={1995}
}
The problem of estimating the parameters of superimposed signals using an array of sensors has received considerable research interest in the last two decades. Many theoretical studies have been carried out and deep insight has been gained. Traditional applications of array processing include source localization and interference suppression in radar and sonar. The proliferation of estimation algorithms has, however, recently spurred an increasing interest in new applications, such as spatial… CONTINUE READING

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