Detection of a signal of known shape in a multichannel system
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We consider an n-channel signal detection system. Each of its channels may contain (or not contain) a signal. We assume that the signal is a function of known shape observed in the white Gaussian noise of level ε > 0. Let k be the number of channels containing signals. We study the asymptotically minimax variant of the detection problem as n → ∞ depending on k and on the relation “signal-noise” in the channels. Bibliography: 9 titles.
KeywordsDetection System Gaussian Noise Signal Detection White Gaussian Noise Detection Problem
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