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# Detection, Estimation modulation theory part 1 - Vantress H.

Vantress H. Detection, Estimation modulation theory part 1 - Wiley & sons , 2001. - 710 p.
ISBN 0-471-09517-6
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7. The symbol ® denotes convolution.
x(0®X0 - Ã x(t - r)y(r) dr
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8. Random variables are lower case (e.g., x and x). Values of random variables and nonrandom parameters are capital (e.g., X and X). In some estimation theory problems much of the discussion is valid for both random and nonrandom parameters. Here we depart from the above conventions to avoid repeating each equation.
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9. The probability density of * is denoted by px(•) and the probability distribution by Px( ). The probability of an event A is denoted by Pr[À]. The probability density of x, given that the random variable a has a value A, is denoted by Px\a(X\A). When a probability density depends on nonrandom parameter A we also use the notation px]a{X\A). (This is nonstandard but convenient for the same reasons as 8.)
10. A vertical line in an expression means “such that” or “given that”; that is Vx[A\x < X] is the probability that event A occurs given that the random variable * is less than or equal to the value of X.
11. Fourier transforms are denoted by both F(jw) and F(a>). The latter is used when we want to emphasize that the transform is a real-valued function of oj. The form used should always be clear from the context.
12. Some common mathematical symbols used include,
(i) <=c
(ii) t-+T~
(iii) A + ÂéÀè Â
(iv) l.i.m.
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(v) dR
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(vi) Ar
(vii) A-1
(viii) 0
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(õ³) Ã dR
ABBREVIATIONS
Some abbreviations used in the text are:
ML maximum likelihood
MAP maximum a posteriori probability
PFM pulse frequency modulation
PAM pulse amplitude modulation
FM frequency modulation
DSB-SC-AM double-sideband-suppressed carrier-amplitude modulation
proportional to t approaches T from below A or Â or both limit in the mean
an integral over the same dimension as the vector
transpose of A inverse of A
matrix with all zero elements binomial coefficient defined as
integral over the set Ï
N\ \ “ k\(N -k)\)
DSB-AM
double sideband-amplitude modulation
Glossary 673
PM phase modulation
NLNM nonlinear no-memory
FM/FM two-level frequency modulation
MMSE minimum mean-square error
ERB equivalent rectangular bandwidth
UMP uniformly most powerful
LRT likelihood ratio test
SYMBOLS
The principal symbols used are defined below. In many cases the vector symbol is an obvious modification of the scalar symbol and is not included.
Aa actual value of parameter
At sample at t{
a{t) Hilbert transform of a(t)
aabs minimum absolute error estimate of a
tfmap maximum a posteriori probability estimate of a
aml maximum likelihood estimate of A
aml(t) maximum likelihood estimate of a(t)
ams minimum mean-square estimate of a
a amplitude weighting of specular component in Rician
channel
a constraint on PF (in Neyman-Pearson test)
a delay or prediction time (in context of waveform
estimation)
Â constant bias
B(A) bias that is a function of A
Âd(t) matrix in state equation for desired signal
? parameter in PFM and angle modulation
Ñ channel capacity
C(aˆ) cost of an estimation error, aˆ
C(a, a) cost of estimating a when a is the actual parameter
C(dˆ(t)) cost function for point estimation
CF cost of a false alarm (say H± when H0 is true)
Ctj cost of saying Í{ is true when Í5 is true
CM cost of a miss (say H0 when H1 is true)
Ñ a, channel capacity, infinite bandwidth
C(t) modulation (or observation) matrix
Cd(0 observation matrix, desired signal
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ÑìÎ) message modulation matrix
CN(t) noise modulation matrix
X parameter space
Xa parameter space for a
Xe parameter space for 0
X2 chi-square (description of a probability density)
D(ñî2) denominator of spectrum
d desired function of parameter
d performance index parameter on ROC for Gaussian
problems
d estimate of desired function
d(t) desired signal
d(t) estimate of desired signal
da actual performance index
dB{t) Bayes point estimate
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