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Cognitive Radar: The Knowledge-Aided Fully Adaptive Approach

Cognitive Radar: The Knowledge-Aided Fully Adaptive Approach

By (author): Joseph R. Guerci
Copyright: 2010
Pages: 190
ISBN: 9781596933644

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Chronicling the new field of cognitive radar (CR), this cutting-edge resource provides an accessible introduction to the theory and applications of CR, and presents a comprehensive overview of the latest developments in this emerging area. The first book on the subject, Cognitive Radar covers important breakthroughs in advanced radar systems, and offers new and powerful methods for combating difficult clutter environments. You find details on specific algorithmic and real-time high-performance embedded computing (HPEC) architectures. This practical book is supported with numerous examples that clarify key topics, and includes more than 370 equations.
Introduction - Why Cognitive├╣ Radar?. Functional Elements and Characteristics of a Cognitive Radar Architecture. Book Organization.; Optimum Multi-Input Multioutput (MIMO) Radar -Introduction. Jointly Optimizing the Transmit and Receive Functions. Optimum MIMO Target Identification. Constrained Optimum MIMO Radar. Appendix.; Adaptive Multi-Input Multioutput (MIMO) Radar -Introduction. Transmit-Independent Channel Estimation. Dynamic MIMO Calibration. Transmit-Dependent Channel Estimation. Theoretical Performance Bounds of the DDMA MIMO.; Introduction to Knowledge-Aided (KA) Adaptive Radar - The Need for KA Radar.Introduction to KA Radar: Back to Bayes-ics├╣. Real-Time KA Radar: The DARPA KASSPER Project. KA Radar Epilogue.; Putting It All Together - Cognitive Radar: The Fully Adaptive Knowledge-Aided Approach. Areas for Future Research and Development. ; About the Author. Index. ;
  • Joseph R. Guerci J.R. Guerci has 30 years of experience in advanced technology research and development in government, industrial, and academic settings including the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) as Director of the Special Projects Office (SPO) where he led the inception, research, development, execution, and ultimately transition of next generation multidisciplinary defense technologies. In 2007, he received the IEEE Warren D. White Award for radar adaptive processing and is a Fellow of the IEEE for contributions to advanced radar theory and embodiment in real-world systems.
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