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A restoration method for impulsive functions (Corresp.)

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A method is presented for enhancing the resolution of impulsive functions which have been degraded by a known convolutional disturbance and by the addition of white noise. An autoregressive model is employed to represent the spectrum of the ideally resolved impulsive function. The method is flexible in that it allows constraints to be incorporated into the resolution scheme. Two quite diverse examples are presented as illustration.

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IEEE Transactions on Information Theory  (Volume:23 ,  Issue: 2 )