Cumulative Detection Probability of Stationary and Moving Targets

Cumulative Detection Probability of Stationary and Moving Targets

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In this chapter, target detection is considered when data from several scans are available for processing. Cumulative detection probability denotes the probability that a target is detected at least once in M scans. We will compute the cumulative detection probability for targets that are essentially stationary with respect to the radar and for targets with appreciable motion relative to the radar.

Chapter Contents:

  • 13.1 Introduction
  • 13.2 Cumulative Detection Probability
  • 13.3 Cumulative Detection Probability of Stationary Targets
  • 13.4 Cumulative Detection Probability of Moving Targets with a Uniformly Scanning Radar
  • 13.5 Minimization of Power-Aperture Product
  • Problems
  • References

Inspec keywords: probability; radar detection

Other keywords: cumulative detection probability; target detection; radar; stationary target; moving target

Subjects: Signal detection; Other topics in statistics; Radar theory

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