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Detection theory [online] : A rand study / Ivan Selin

By: SELIN, Ivan.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Princeton Legacy Library, 1986.Publisher: New Jersey : Princeton University Press, 2016Description: 1 resursă online (146 p.).ISBN: 9781400876204 .Subject(s): | DE-Matematică | | cărți electronice | cărți achiziții | cărți străine | matematicăGenre/Form: Online resources: Acces la textul integral numai din contul de acces mobil.
Contents:
Frontmatter Preface Contents Glossary 1. Introduction 2. Simple Hypothesis Testing 3. Simple Hypotheses, Multiple Observations 4. Signal Known Except for Some Unknown Parameters 5. Synthesis of Filters 6. Tests in the Absence of an A Priori Distribution 7. Detection of Known Signals in Colored Noise 8. Detection of Stochastic Signals in Noise 9. Sequential Detection Appendix A. Sampling Analysis Appendix B. References Bibliography Index
List(s) this item appears in: Titluri cărți electronice achiziționate prin Anelis Plus (De Gruyter) | Titluri carți matematică (DC nave) intrate în 2016-2021 | Titluri cărți matematică intrate în 2010-2021
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Frontmatter Preface Contents Glossary 1. Introduction 2. Simple Hypothesis Testing 3. Simple Hypotheses, Multiple Observations 4. Signal Known Except for Some Unknown Parameters 5. Synthesis of Filters 6. Tests in the Absence of an A Priori Distribution 7. Detection of Known Signals in Colored Noise 8. Detection of Stochastic Signals in Noise 9. Sequential Detection Appendix A. Sampling Analysis Appendix B. References Bibliography Index

Achiziție prin proiectul Anelis Plus 2020.

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