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# Inverse Probability Problems in Sonar

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## Abstract

In §2, where we examined the sonar model, the echo signal where

*S*(*t*) and the reverberation*F*(*t*) at the point of observation were represented as corresponding transformations of the emitted signal*C*(*t*):$$\S\left( t \right) = {M_2}T{M_1}AC(T)$$

(61.1)

$$F\left( t \right) = {m_2}s{m_1}AC(t)$$

(61.2)

*A*is the operator for the emitting antenna,*M*_{1},*M*_{2}, m_{1}, and m_{2}are operators characterizing the effect of the conditions in which a signal propagates in the water medium, and*T*and*s*are operators representing the object of detection and the scatterers, respectively.## Keywords

Correlation Function Inverse Problem Water Medium Probability Characteristic Spatial Correlation Function
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