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Introduction to Estimation Theory

    In searching for methods of extracting information from noisy observations, this chapter describes estimation theory, which has the goal of extracting from noise-corrupted observations the values of disturbance parameters (noise variance, for example), signal parameters amplitude or propagation direction), or signal waveforms.  Estimation theory assumes that the observations contain an information-bearing quantity, thereby tacitly assuming that detection-based preprocessing has been performed (in other words, do I have something in the observations worth estimating?).  Conversely, detection theory often requires estimation of unknown parameters: Signal presence is assumed, parameter estimates are incorporated into the detection statistic, and consistency of observations and assumptions tested.  Consequently, detection and estimation theory form a symbiotic relationship, each requiring the other to yield high-quality signal processing algorithms.


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