Signal Detection Strategies and Algorithms for Multiple-Input Multiple-Output Channels

@inproceedings{Waters2005SignalDS,
  title={Signal Detection Strategies and Algorithms for Multiple-Input Multiple-Output Channels},
  author={Deric W. Waters},
  year={2005}
}
To Mom and Dad. iv ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I would like to thank my advisor John Barry. His feedback has always been excellent, and my work was best when trying to answer his questions and correct the flaws he pointed out. I was fortunate to have an advisor who gave me complete freedom to work at my own pace on problems that interested me. 

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