Signal Detection in a Nonstationary Environment Reformulated as an Adaptive Pattern Classification Problem

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The primary purpose of this paper is the improved detection of a nonstationary target signal embedded in a nonstationary background. Accordingly, the first part of the paper is devoted to a detailed exposition of how to deal with the issue of nonstationarity. The material presented here starts with Loève’s probabilistic theory of nonstationary processes… (More)

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@inproceedings{Haykin1998SignalDI, title={Signal Detection in a Nonstationary Environment Reformulated as an Adaptive Pattern Classification Problem}, author={Simon Haykin and David J. Thomson}, year={1998} }