Optimal search for signals in a multichannel system: Arbitrary initial distribution in state space merging scheme
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Markovian and semi-Markovian random processes are used to analyze the problem of optimal search for signals in a multichannel communication system with arbitrarily distributed random outputs. The search efficiency factor is found in explicit form based on state space merging, and a mathematical programming problem is set up to find a numerical suboptimal solution.
Keywordsmultichannel system signal search probability distribution semi-Markovian process state space merging
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