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Hypothesis Testing and Decision Making: Constant-False-Alarm-Rate Detection

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L. Sevgi ; Doǧuş University, Electronics and Communication Engineering Department, Zeamet Sokak 21, Acibadem - Kadiköy, 34722 Istanbul, Turkey

Detection is the first task in establishing a communication link, or tracking a target with a radar system. This is a decision-making problem, and it is performed through a hypothesis-testing procedure. Hypothesis testing is nothing but constant-false-alarm-rate (CFAR) detection. These issues are reviewed, and simple MATLABtrade codes are presented.

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IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine  (Volume:51 ,  Issue: 3 )