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An extended formulation of the maximum likelihood estimation algorithm. Application to space-time adaptive processing

Abstract : This paper proposes an extended version of the Maximum Likelihood Estimation Detector (MLED) that can operate in severe heterogeneous environment for slow moving target detection in ground clutter using space-time adaptive processing (STAP). Unlike the MLED, the extended version called STOP-BAND APES does not suffer from the high Doppler resolution properties of the MLED leading to severe extra computational burden. Performances are illustrated on realistic synthetic data.
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Jean François Degurse, Laurent Savy, R. Perenon, Sylvie Marcos. An extended formulation of the maximum likelihood estimation algorithm. Application to space-time adaptive processing. Sep 2011, Leipzig, Germany. pp.763-768. ⟨hal-00697388⟩

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