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Feature Extraction Techniques for Classification and Identification of Spectral Signatures
Some of the results obtained at Rice University on the extraction of features from spectral signatures for the purpose of classifying and identifying these signatures are described.
Solution of the Forward and Inverse Problems Associated with the Potential Field of a Single Active Fiber in a Volume Conductor
A solution of Laplace's equation relating the transmembrane potential distribution of an active fiber in a volume conductor to its extracellular field distribution utilizing a Fourier transform method  has been reformulated ...
As an extension of the notion of an L-g spline, three mathematical structures called LM-g splines of types, I, II and II are introduced. (partial abstract)...
Results on Distributed Processor Scheduling with Limited Memory
This paper is a study of scheduling on a 2-processor distributed system when one processor has a limited memory. A program is assumed to consist of a set of sequentially executing modules and is represented by Stone's ...
On a Class of Minimum Energy Controls Related to Spline Functions
The problem of determining a minimum energy control for a dynamically interconnected set of p single-input single-output finite-dimensional linear time-varying dynamical systems, for which the outputs are constrained to ...
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Application of a Frequency Domain Prony Method to Wide Bandwidth Radar Signature Classification
A frequency domain Prony approach is presented for extracting features of return signals from targets illuminated by wide bandwidth (short pulse) radar. Theoretical details pertaining to this approach are described in a ...
The Effect of Intersymbol Interference on the Performance of a Digital FM System
The error performance of a digital FM system is studied in the presence of additive Gaussian noise. The digital system considered is a conventional one employing a voltage-controlled oscillator as the modulator and a ...