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Sparse Representations for Radar with MATLAB Examples by Peter Knee

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By Peter Knee

Even though the sector of sparse representations is comparatively new, study actions in educational and commercial learn labs are already generating encouraging effects. The sparse sign or parameter version inspired a number of researchers and practitioners to discover excessive complexity/wide bandwidth functions resembling electronic television, MRI processing, and likely security purposes. the aptitude sign processing developments during this region may well impact radar applied sciences. This publication offers the fundamental mathematical thoughts besides a few beneficial MATLAB examples to stress the sensible implementations either in and out the radar box.

desk of Contents: Radar platforms: A sign Processing point of view / creation to Sparse Representations / Dimensionality relief / Radar sign Processing basics / Sparse Representations in Radar

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These methods have been designed to address the shortcomings of global and local data preservation techniques. These methods include local linear coordination (LLC) [49] and manifold charting [50] among others. These approaches have been successfully applied in manifold analysis for facial recognition and handwritten digits. LLC is employed by first computing a mixture of factor analyzers or probabilistic PCA components using the expectation-maximization (EM) algorithm. The local linear models are used to develop independent representations to which each datapoint has an associated responsibility.

The FM chirp has the capability to transmit higher average power signals using longer pulse lengths while maintaining the large bandwidths needed for high range resolution. Known as pulse compression, the FM chirp produces range resolution properties of a pulse with a duration that is equivalent to the inverse of its bandwidth [28]. 38 4. 5: (a) Continuous wave pulse raised cosine envelope function. (b) Linear FM chirp waveform. (c) Frequency spectrum for CW and linear FM signal using rectangular pulse.

7. The image itself is very similar to that of an optical image however some immediate differences can be noted. The monochromatic nature of the image makes object differentiation and detail extraction difficult. The image noise, or speckle, appears to significantly reduce the resolution of the photograph. These difficulties may seem to hinder the use of radar imagery but with current resolutions that approach that of optical imagery, radar images have the unique advantage of not only being able to be formed at long distances, but also in inclement weather and under the cover of night.

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