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Some Properties of a Generalized Moving-Window Binary Detector.
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For a pulsed binary detector system, when one is given the probability that a target register a 1 is p sub k, where k indexes the relative position of the target with respect to the edge or some arbitrary benchmark of the antenna pattern, both the optimum linear detector and the likelihood ratio detector are shown to be weighted moving windows. A rigorous formula for the probability of detection of a moving window is derived for the case p sub k is a constant which consists of a finite series, of which the first few terms suffice for reasonable accuracy. Author
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