The first book to deal with key technology for the next generation of radar
systems with important military and homeland defence applications.
Knowledge-based techniques are widely considered by the radar community to
represent the key area of advancement for the next generation of radar systems.
The editors and contributors are all active researchers and leaders in the
field. Brings together concepts inherent to the application of KBS for radar
detection, tracking, classification, and scheduling.
Table Of Contents:
1 Introduction 1
2 Cognitive Radar 9
3 Knowledge-Based Radar Signal and Data Processing 31
4 An Overview of Knowledge-Aided Adaptive Radar at DARPA and Beyond 55
5 Space–Time Adaptive Processing for Airborne Radar 75
6 CFAR Knowledge-Aided Radar Detection and its Demonstration Using Measured
Airborne Data 103
7 STAP via Knowledge-Aided Covariance Estimation and the FRACTA
8 Knowledge-Based Radar Tracking 167
9 Knowledge-Based Radar Target Classification 197
10 Multifunction Radar Resource Management 225