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- A signal theoretic introduction to random processes
- An innovation approach to random fields : application of white noise theory
- Bounded noises in physics, biology, and engineering
- Chaos in systems with noise
- Control electronics for laser absorption spectroscopy
- Detection of a chi-square fluctuating target in Gaussian noise
- Detection of a chi-square fuctuating target in gaussian noise
- Detection of random signals in dependent Gaussian noise
- Detection of signals by template matching
- Detection of signals in noise
- Detection of signals in noise
- Dual pertubation control
- First-order non-gaussian class C interference models and their associated threshold detection algorithms
- Introduction to random signal analysis and Kalman filtering
- Introduction to random signals and applied Kalman filtering : with MATLAB exercises
- Introduction to random signals and applied Kalman filtering : with MATLAB exercises and solutions
- Introduction to random signals and noise
- Introduction to random signals and noise
- Investigation of Allan variance for determining noise spectral forms with application to microwave radiometry
- Linear data-smoothing and prediction in theory and practice,
- Measurement of the mean squared-error at the output of a certain class of linear systems with noise input using analogy computer techniques
- Method and apparatus for spur-reduced digital sinusoid synthesis
- Noise in measurements
- Noise sustained patterns : fluctuations and nonlinearities
- Noise-induced phenomena in the environmental sciences
- Notes on digital communication,
- Oscillator and pendulum with a random mass
- Performance of digital modems with cochannel interference and gaussian noise
- Principles and applications of random noise theory
- Principles of random signal analysis and low noise design : the power spectral density and its applications
- Principles of random signal analysis and low noise design : the power spectral density and its applications
- Principles of random signal analysis and low noise design : the power spectral density and its applications
- Probability, signals, noise
- Pseudo random signal processing : theory and application
- Random signals, estimation, and identification : analysis and applications
- Signal detection theory
- Signals and noise in communication systems
- Statistical methods for efficient design of community surveys of response to noise : random coefficients regression models
- Study of one- and two-dimensional filtering and deconvolution algorithms for a streaming array computer : final report : [appendices]
- Theory and applications of statistical wave-period processing; : a coherent and unified treatment of the signature recognition problem as related to detection systems with particular applications to sonar and radar systems

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