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Detection and Recognition of Target Signals in Radar Clutter via Adaptive CFAR Tests

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In this paper, adaptive CFAR tests are described which allow one to classify radar clutter into one of several major categories, including bird, weather, and target classes. These tests do not require the arbitrary selection of priors as in the Bayesian classifier. The decision rule of the recognition techniques is in the form of associating the p-dimensional vector of observations on the object with one of the m specific classes. When there is the possibility that the object does not belong to any of the m classes, then this object is to be classified as belonging to one of the m classes or to class m+1 whose distribution is unspecified. The tests are invariant to intensity changes in the clutter background and achieve a fixed probability of a false alarm. The results obtained in this paper agree with the simulation results, which confirm the validity of the theoretical predictions of performance of the suggested adaptive CFAR tests.

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Industrial Technology, 2006. ICIT 2006. IEEE International Conference on

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15-17 Dec. 2006

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