Signal processing in the context of chaotic signals

@inproceedings{Oppenheim1992SignalPI,
  title={Signal processing in the context of chaotic signals},
  author={Alan V. Oppenheim and Gregory W. Wornell and Steven H. Isabelle and Kevin M. Cuomo},
  year={1992}
}
Signals generated by chaotic systems represent a potentially rich class of signals both for detecting and characterizing physical phenomena and in synthesizing new classes of signals for communications, remote sensing and a variety of other signal processing applications. Since classical techniques for signal analysis do not exploit the particular structure of chaotic signals there is both a significant challenge and an opportunity in exploring new classes of algorithms matched to chaotic… CONTINUE READING

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