The Theory of Digital Processing of Stochastic Signals for Use in Avionic Systems On-Board Air Force Aircraft.
Final scientific rept. 1 Jan 67-31 Dec 70,
HAWAII UNIV HONOLULU INFORMATION SCIENCES PROGRAM
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The report contains a description of the University of Hawaii research program in the theory of digital processing of stochastic signals for use in avionic systems on-board Air Force aircraft. The majority of new signal processors in avionic communication and control systems are being realized digitally. They are realized digitally because the advent of the present integrated circuit technology has led to inexpensive, reliable, flexible, and light weight systems. The discrete nature of these digital processors coupled with the stochastic nature of their input signals imposes constraints upon such systems that should be considered in the design of such systems. Author