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Error Bounds and bandwidth in binary systems using nyquist pulses
Intersymbol interference upper error bounds are calculated for the Gaussian-weighted sinc and raised-cosine families by using the Chernoff bound since this technique yields a value smaller than the worst case bound. A ...
Poles of Maximally flat sharp-cutoff low-pass filters
The poles of a recently discussed  maximally flat sharp-cutoff low-pass filter are tabulated for various orders of the filter and various values of the parameters. Loci of these poles are also sketched for some ...
Optimal fixed lag smoothing for time delayed system with colored noise
The aim of this note is to report an algorithm for the fixed lag smoothing problem of a time delayed system whose observations contain colored noise. This is derived by looking at the appropriate components of a filtering ...
On the computational aspects of two recent smoothing algorithms
This note is concerned with a consideration of the computational requirements of fixed-lag and fixed-point smoothing algorithms reported recently by the authors.
On the stability of a fixed lag smoother
The aim of this correspondence is to show that the fixed lag smoothing algorithm reported earlier by the authors is asymptotically stable and is computationally better than the other stable smoothers reported recently.
A note on continued fraction inversion by Routh's algorithm
This correspondence presents an algorithm for finding continued fraction inversion by Routh's algorithm. A recursive relation is given to implement the algorithm in a very simple way. This approach requires less computation ...
Finite lag receivers for analog communication
The problem of designing optimum receivers with a finite built-in delay, for a class of stochastic signals, is considered. The approach used here is based on the so-called fixed-lag smoothing techniques. Specific cases of ...
Radiation distortions in fast frequency-scanned antenna arrays
The pattern deterioration that occurs at high scanning speeds in frequency-scanned arrays is studied. Four major effects are observed; these are 1) fall in main beam amplitude, 2) rise in sidelobe level, 3) angular shift ...
Continuous time smoothing for systems with interrupted observations
General continuous time smoothing results for state estimation with interrupted observations are derived. The interruption mechanism is characterized by a jump Markov process taking values 0 or 1. The approach followed for ...
Least-squares state estimation in time-delay systems with colored observation noise: An innovations approach
the method of innovations approach has been applied to develop an algorithm for the least-squares state estimation of a non-stationary linear discrete system with multiple time-delays, based on observations involving ...