Method of measuring signal parameters in the presence of nonstationary noise
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A method, based on the maximum optimum maximum likelihood criterion, of measuring the parameters of signals containing quasi-deterministic and random noise is investigated.
KeywordsWhite Gaussian Noise Reference Signal Harmonic Signal Linear Parameter Informative Parameter
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