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Deep Learning for Radar and Communications Automatic Target Recognition

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Deep Learning for Radar and Communications Automatic Target Recognition
Uttam K. Majumder, Erik P. Blasch and David A. Garren
Artech House 2020
Print ISBN: 9781630816377
$179

July 31, 2020 -- Norwood, MA -- Artech House today announced the release of Artech House today announced the release Deep Learning for Radar and Communications Automatic Target Recognition by Uttam K. Majumder, Erik P. Blasch and David A. Garren. This exciting resource identifies technical challenges, benefits, and directions of Deep Learning (DL) based object classification using radar data (i.e., Synthetic Aperture Radar/SAR and High range resolution Radar / HRR data). An overview of machine learning (ML) theory to include a history, background primer, and example and performance of ML algorithm (i.e., DL method) on video imagery is provided. Radar data with issues of collection, application, and examples for SAR/HRR data and communication signals analysis is also discussed. Practical considerations of deploying such techniques, including performance evaluation, hardware issues, and the future unresolved issues are presented.

This authoritative resource presents a comprehensive illustration of modern Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning (AI/ML) technology for radio frequency (RF) data exploitation. It identifies technical challenges, benefits, and directions of deep learning (DL) based object classification using radar data, including synthetic aperture radar (SAR) and high range resolution (HRR) radar. The performance of AI/ML algorithms is provided from an overview of machine learning (ML) theory that includes history, background primer, and examples. Radar data issues of collection, application, and examples for SAR/HRR data and communication signals analysis are discussed. In addition, this book presents practical considerations of deploying such techniques, including performance evaluation, energy-efficient computing, and the future unresolved issues.

Deep Learning for Radar and Communications Automatic Target Recognition is available now from Artech House, a leading publisher of books for professionals in high-technology industries.

 

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