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Target Recognition and Classification Techniques

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Abstract

Target recognition is increasingly becoming an important part of radar processing for automotive applications [1]. The reason for this development is that the environment in which the automotive radar operates is highly cluttered which makes it essential to distinguish targets of interest with a high degree of precision.

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  1. 1.TsukubaJapan

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