Signal Processing In Stable Noise Environments: A Least lp Norm Approach (1998)
Abstract / truncated to 115 words
This dissertation is concerned with the development of new optimal techniques for the solution of signal processing problems involving impulsive data. Although the signal processing and communications field has been dominated by the Gaussian distribution, it has been common knowledge that atmospheric noise, underwater acoustic noise, electro-magnetic disturbances on telephone lines and nancial time series showed an impulsive character which cannot be described by a Gaussian distribution. Recently, there has been great interest in the alpha-stable distribution. This thesis, in agreement with some of the recent work defends the alpha-stable model for impulsive data. Justications for the alpha-stable model are given and various analytical properties of these distributions are discussed. This discussion leads us to ...
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