Techniques of random signal recognition for solution to applied problems

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Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics
Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics
Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics

Solutions to non-traditional problems of signal recognition are considered. Special treatment is given to the case when defined in the probabilistic sense signals to recognize are mixed with unknown signals. Methods for selection and recognition of a defined random signal are proposed for the cases when signal’s description is done by various probabilistic models. Real-life peculiarities of application of methods for selection and recognition of a defined random signal in the field of radiolocation, automated radiomonitoring, medical diagnostics and speaker identification are given.

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