Accession Number : ADA327313

Title :   Multichannel System Identification and Detection Using Output Data Techniques. Volume II.

Descriptive Note : Final technical rept. Jul 93-Oct 96,

Corporate Author : SCIENTIFIC STUDIES CORP PALM BEACH GARDENS FL

Personal Author(s) : Roman, Jaime R. ; Davis, Dennis W.

PDF Url : ADA327313

Report Date : MAY 1997

Pagination or Media Count : 70

Abstract : The multichannel innovations-based detection algorithm (MIBDA) methodology formulated in Phase I was developed in full and evaluated in the context of two applications: (a) airborne surveillance phased array radar systems, and (b) computer based electrocardiogram ECG) diagnosis. A software simulation was developed to generate simulated multichannel phased array radar data. This software was exercised to represent ground clutter as the output of a state variable model (SVM), and to assess the performance of such models in the MIBDA. The MIBDA was modified and extend to the automated diagnosis of ECG traces. MIBDA performance for ECG diagnosis was assessed using th Common Standards for Quantitative Electrocardiography (CSE) database. Analysis and simulation results indicate that the MIBDA offers a valid alternative to conventional systems in both of the applications considered. This suggests also that the MIBDA can be configured to apply to a wide range of problem areas. Volume I presents the MIBDA methodology, SVM identification algorithms, MIBDA design and performance evaluation issues, and simulation results for both applications. Volume II presents the analytic and software model for airborne surveillance phased array radar systems.

Descriptors :   *DATA PROCESSING, *OUTPUT, *MULTICHANNEL, COMPUTER PROGRAMS, DATA BASES, MATHEMATICAL MODELS, ALGORITHMS, COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION, AERIAL RECONNAISSANCE, METHODOLOGY, AUTOMATION, DETECTION, PERFORMANCE TESTS, COMPUTERS, VARIABLES, COSTS, IDENTIFICATION, CODING, STANDARDS, DIAGNOSIS(GENERAL), RANGE(EXTREMES), GROUND CLUTTER, ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY.

Subject Categories : Computer Programming and Software
      Radio Communications

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE