Array covariance error measurement in adaptive source estimation
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The small error approximation is used to derive a linear relationship between the source parameters (i.e. power levels and directions of arrival) and a measurement of the covariance error matrix, defined as the difference between a nonparametric consistent estimate of the spectral density matrix and a covariance model from the scenario parameters. The resulting framework allows the design of a Kalman-like algorithm which provides a simultaneous and adaptive estimation of the source parameter, no matter what the source waveform or modulation. Good performance is expected, mainly in the presence of sensors malfunctioning, low signal-to-noise ratio, etc.
CitationPerez, A., Lagunas, M. Array covariance error measurement in adaptive source estimation. A: IEEE Workshop on Statistical Signal and Array Processing. "IEEE Seventh SP Workshop on Statistical Signal and Array Processing: June 26-29, 1994: proceedings". 1994, p. 90-93.