4 April 2009 Textures, fractals, scaling effects, and fractional operators as a basis of new methods for data processing and fractal radio system design
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Proceedings Volume 7374, Optical Technologies for Telecommunications 2008; 73740E (2009); doi: 10.1117/12.829032
Event: Optical Technologies for Telecommunications 2008, 2008, Kazan, Russian Federation
Abstract
Systematization is performed for the results of theoretical and experimental investigations that were obtained in radio physics and radio engineering with the help of fractal theory and the mathematical theory of fractional dimension and fractional operators with consideration for the scaling effects of real radio signals and electromagnetic fields. The methods are based on texture and fractal attributes with allowance for the scaling effects of real radio signals and electromagnetic fields. The main stages of creation of the first fractal nonparametric radar-signal detector and the principles of its construction are considered. The efficiency of the method is corroborated by numerous results of digital processing of optical, radar-natural, and synthesized images including soft ones.
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Alexander A. Potapov, "Textures, fractals, scaling effects, and fractional operators as a basis of new methods for data processing and fractal radio system design", Proc. SPIE 7374, Optical Technologies for Telecommunications 2008, 73740E (4 April 2009); doi: 10.1117/12.829032; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.829032
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Fractal analysis

Signal processing

Image processing

Signal detection

Radar

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