Chaotic Signal Processing

Chaotic Signal Processing

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Chaos is a deterministic random phenomenon. Many signal processes (e.g., radar and sonar) have a random appearance, and chaos provides an alternative approach to processing these signals. This book presents up-to-date research results on chaotic signal processing, including the application of nonlinear dynamics to radar target recognition, an exactly solvable chaos approach for communications, a chaotic approach for reconfigurable computing, system identification using chaos, design of a high resolution LADAR system based on chaos, and the use of chaos in compressive sensing.Abstract: Most analysis of radar reflections uses signal processing concepts based on random signals driving linear systems. We actually know far more about radar signals; radar signals are the output of dynamical systems, so we may use theanbsp;...

Title:Chaotic Signal Processing
Author: Henry Leung
Publisher:SIAM - 2013-12-05

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