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|Decentralized Estimation and Control forMultisensor Systems|
|Introduction Background Motivation Problem Statement Approach Principal Contributions Book Outline Estimation and Information Space Introduction The Kalman Filter The Information Filter The Extended Kalman Filter (EKF) The Extended Information Filter (EIF) Examples of Estimation in Nonlinear Systems Summary Decentralized Estimation for Multisensor Systems Introduction Multisensor Systems Decentralized Systems Decentralized Estimators The Limitations of Fully Connected Decentralization Summary Scalable Decentralized Estimation Introduction An Extended Example The Moore-Penrose Generalized Inverse: T+ Generalized Internodal Transformation Special Cases of Tji(k) Distributed and Decentralized Filters Summary Scalable Decentralized Control Introduction Optimal Stochastic Control Decentralized Multisensor Based Control Simulation Example Summary Multisensor Applications: A Wheeled Mobile Robot Introduction Wheeled Mobile Robot (WMR) Modeling Decentralized WMR Control Hardware Design and Construction Software Development On-Vehicle Software Summary Results and Performance Analysis Introduction System Performance Criteria Simulation Results WMR Experimental Results Summary Conclusions and Future Research Introduction Summary of Contributions Research Appraisal Future Research Directions Bibliography|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN: 0849318653||PGS: 256||List: 157.95 YOUR PRICE: 150.05|
|Fundamentals of Multisite Radar Systems: Multistatic Radars and Multistatic Radar Systems|
|1. Part 1: General Characteristics, Radar Cross Section of Targets, Coverage of MSRSs 2. Part 2: Signal Detection in MSRS 3. Optimum Signal Detection in Active MSRSs 4. Decentralized Target Detection in a Background of Spatially Uncorrelated Interferences 5. Target Detection in Clutter by MSRSs 6. Part 3: Target Coordinate Estimation and Tracking in MSRS 7. Doppler Frequency Measurement of Fluctuating Signals for Target Velocity Vector Estimation 8. Resultant Target Coordinate Measurement Using Two-Stage Algorithms|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN: 9056991655||PGS: N/A||List: 219.95 YOUR PRICE: 208.95|
|INTRODUCTION TO RADAR ANALYSIS|
|Introduction to Signal Processing Radar Fundamentals Radar Equation, Radar Cross Section, and Receiver Noise Probability of Detection and Radar Losses Continuous Wave and Pulsed Radars The Matched Filter, The Ambiguity Function, and Pulse Compression Clutter and Radar Wave Propagation Moving Target Indicators (MTI) Target Tracking Radar Systems Array Antennas Synthetic Aperture Radar Appendix A: Fourier Transform Table Appendix B: Some Common Probability Densities Appendix C: Z Transform Table Bibliography Index|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN: 0849318793||PGS: 352||List: 157.95 YOUR PRICE: 150.05|
|Introduction to Radar Systems, 3rd Ed.|
|"Since the publication of the second edition of ""Introduction to Radar Systems,"" there has been continual development of new radar capabilities and continual improvements to the technology and practice of radar. This growth has necessitated the addition and updating of the following topics for the third edition: digital technology, automatic detection and tracking, doppler technology, airborne radar, and target recognition. The topic coverage is one of the great strengths of the text. In addition to a thorough revision of topics, and deletion of obsolete material, the author has added end-of-chapter problems to enhance the ""teachability"" of this classic book in the classroom, as well as for self-study for practicing engineers."|
|McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math||H||ISBN: 0072881380||PGS: 772||List: 147.00 YOUR PRICE: 139.65|
|Introduction to Ultra-Wideband Radar Systems|
|Ultra-Wideband Radar Overview, J.D. Taylor Introduction Ultra-Wideband Radar Terminology and Concepts Potential Applications of UWB Radar UWB Systems Frequency Spectrum Sharing and Interference Issues Book Conclusion References Technical Issues in Ultra-Wideband Radar Systems, H.F. Engler, Jr. Introduction Fundamental Radar Principles Classification of Radar Waveforms Technical Issues in UWB Radar System Design Summary References Appendices: Signal Characteristics Governing Range and Velocity Measurement Resolution; Range Accuracy Requirements for Velocity Estimation from Differential Time Delay; The Concept of Nonlinearity Analytical Techniques for Ultra-Wideband Signals, M. Rangaswamy and T.K. Sarkar Preface Part 1: Fourier Analysis of Signals Introduction Information and Bandwidth Fourier Analysis of Signals Properties of the Fourier Transform Dirac-Delta Function Fourier Transform of Periodic Signals Numerical Computation of the Fourier Transform Spectral Density Times Correlation of Power Signals Power Spectral Density of Random Signals Conclusion References Part 2: Laplace Transforms and Signal Analysis Introduction Laplace Transforms Inverse Laplace Transform Properties of Laplace Transform One-Sided Laplace Transform Applications of the Two-Sided Laplace Transform Pulse Propagation in a Long Medium Conclusion References Part 3: Limitations of Time and Frequency Approaches Introduction Consideration in Performing Time-Domain Measurements Data Acquisition Processing Considerations Transformations from the Discrete to the Continuous Domain Experimental Verification Characterization of Objects in the Frequency Domain Conclusion References Transmitters Power Supply Design, D. Platts Introduction Considerations for Power Supply Design Pulsed Power Supplies Switching Techniques for Pulsed Power Supplies Conclusion References Light-Activated Semiconductor Switches for UWB Radar, O.S.F. Zucker and I.A. McIntyre Introduction The Evolution of the Requirements Digital Synthesis of UWB Signals by Sequential Switching Digital Synthesis: Experimental Results Switches and Their Limits Switch Optical Requirements Switch Choice Conclusion Acknowledgments References Ultra-Wideband Antenna Technology Introduction and Overview Antennas and UWB Signals, P.R. Foster Introduction Antenna Elements Aperture Antennas References Array Antenna Calculations in the Time Domain Using Pseudorandomly Coded Signals, J.D. Halsey Introduction Impulse Signal Design Correlating Receivers Fundamentals of Beamforming in the Time Domain Numerical Simulation Conclusions References Appendix: A Discussion of Time-Domain Field Equations Ultra-Wideband Impulse Antennas, M.G.M. Hussain Introduction Relative Bandwidth The Large-Current Radiator Field Strengths and Magnetic Flux of the Large-Current Radiator Measured Antenna Patterns References Linear Array Beam Forming with Nonsinusoidal Waves, M.G.M. Hussain Introduction Array Beamforming with Sinusoidal Waves Beamforming with Nonsinusoidal Waves Frequency Domain Array Beamforming Transfer Function and Impulse Response of Linear Array Synthesis of Antenna Array Beam Patterns Summary References Direct Radiating Systems A Basic UWB Design and Experiments: Blumlein Impulse Generator and TEM Radiator, W.C. Nunnally and R.N. Edwards Practical UWB Impulse Generators and Radiators Description of Transverse Electromagnetic Transmitter Basic Impulse Radiation Considerations Experimental Results Conclusions References Design and Analysis of an Example of NEMP Radiating Antenna, D. Giri Introduction Design and Analysis of an Example of NEMP Radiating Antenna Radiating NEMP Simulators Antenna Concepts for UWB Radar Acknowledgments References Propagation and Energy Transfer RF Propagation in the Atmosphere, R. Roussel-Dupré Introduction UWB Propagation Low-Power Propagation through a Background Plasma High-Power Propagation in Nonlinear Media References Energy Transfer through Media and Sensing of the Media, T.W. Barrett Introduction to Energy Transfer Concepts Advanced Theory of Dielectrics and Transmissions through Media Pulse Envelope Effects Soliton Waves, Group Theory, and Electromagnetic Missile Concepts References Appendices: Further Developments in Self-Induced Transparency; The Nonlinear Wave Equations and Solitons; Relation of U(1) and SU(2) Symmetry Groups Transmitter Signature and Target Signature of Radar Signals, H.F. Harmuth Introduction Features of Carrier-Free Radar Signals Position Coding and Large Target Signature Character Coding and Large Target Signature Conclusions References Appendix: Continuous and Transient Response of Resonant Circuits Radar Cross Section and Target Scattering, M.L. VanBlaricum Introduction Radar Cross Section The Scattering Matrix Frequency Dependence of RCS Relationships among CW, Transient, and Wideband Scattering The Singularity Expansion Formulation Resonance Based Target Identification References Ultra-Wideband Radar Receivers, J.D. Taylor and E.C. Kisenwether|
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|Radar Systems Principles|
|(Section Headings): Introduction. The Radar Equation. Constituents of a Radar System-Signal Flow. Idealized Theory of Radar Signals in Additive Noise. Theory of Detection of Radar Signals in Additive Gaussian Noise. Models for Target Signal Fluctuation Statistics. Transmitted Signal Waveform Design: Range and Doppler Resolution. Spatially Extended Target and Clutter. Methods of Combating Clutter. Radar Antennas. Topics in Radar Propagation. Measurement of Radar Parameters. Problems. Index.|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN: 0849394813||PGS: 544||List: 109.95 YOUR PRICE: 104.45|
|Synthetic Aperture Radar Processing|
|FUNDAMENTALS Introduction Historical Background Synthetic Aperture Radar Systems Modes Geometric Resolution Goemetric Distortions Synthetic Aperture Radar Signal Statistics InterferometricSynthetic Aperture Radar Phase Statistics Radiometric Resolution Ambiguity Considerations Power and Noise Considerations STRIP MODE TRANSFER FUNCTION Signal Analysis in Time Domain Synthetic Aperture Radar Transfer Function Squinted Geometry Earth's Rotation and Sensor Orbit Effects Reflectivity Pattern STRIP MODE DATA PROCESSING Point Target Response Synthetic Aperture Radar Transfer Function and its Approximations Narrow Focus Synthetic Aperture Radar Processing Wide Focus Syntheric Aperture Radar Processing Efficient Wide Focus Synthetic Aperture Radar Processing Range-Doppler Synthetic Aperture Radar Processing Motion Compensation Multiple Look Synthetic Aperture Radar Image Generation Estimation Procedures for Synthetic Aperture Radar Parameters SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR INTERFEROMETRY Introduction Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar Processing Interferometric Phase Noise Image Registration Techniques Interferometric Phase Statistics Decorrelation Effects Digital Elevation Model Accuracy Phase Unwrapping Weighted Phase Unwrapping Via Finite Element Method Geocoding Differential Interfermetric Synthetic Aperture Radar SCAN MODE SIGNAL ANALYSIS AND DATA PROCESSING Time Domain Analysis Frequency Domain Analysis Point Target Image Generation Scan Mode Data Processing SPOT MODE SIGNAL ANALYSIS AND DATA PROCESSING Time Domain Analysis Frequency Domain Analysis Bandwidths Considerations Residual Video Phase Compensation Spot Mode Image Generation PROCESSING CODE EXAMPLE Code Presentation Processing Code INDEX|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN: 0849378990||PGS: 328||List: 209.95 YOUR PRICE: 199.45|
|ULTRA-WIDEBAND RADAR TECHNOLOGY|
|Preface Main Features of Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Radars and Differences from Common Narrowband Radars, Igor I. Immoreev Improved Signal Detection in UWB Radars, Igor I. Immoreev High-Resolution Ultra-Wideband Radars, Nasser J. Mohamed Ultra-Wideband Radar Receivers, James D. Taylor Compression of Wideband Returns from Overspread Targets, Benjamin C. Flores and Roberto Vasquez, Jr. The Micropower Impulse Radar, James D. Taylor and Thomas E. McEwan Ultra-Wideband Technology for Intelligent Transportation Systems, Robert B. James and Jeffrey B. Mendola Design, Performance, and Applications of a Coherent Ultra-Wideband Random Noise Radar, Ram M. Narayanan, Yi Xu, Paul D. Haffmeyer, and John O. Curtis New Power Semiconductor Devices for Generation of Nano- and Subnanosecond Pulses, Alexei F. Kardo-Sysoev Fourier Series Based Waveform Generation and Signal Processing in Ultra-Wideband Radar, Gurnam S. Gill High Resolution Step-Frequency Radar, Gurnam S. Gill The CARABAS II VHF Synthetic Aperature Radar, Lars Ulander, Hans Hellsten, and James D. Taylor Ultra-Wideband Radar Capability Demonstrations, James D. Taylor Bistatic Radar Polarimetry Theory, Anne-Laure Germond, Eric Pottier, and Joseph Saillard|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN: 0849342678||PGS: 424||List: 209.95 YOUR PRICE: 199.45|
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