Looking for books by Carl W. Helstrom? See all books authored by Carl W. Helstrom, including Probability and Stochastic Processes for Engineers, and Statistical Theory of Signal Detection (International series of monographs in electronics and instrumentation, v. 9), and more on Signal detection theory (SDT), developed in the s, is a framework of statistical methods used to model how observers classify sensory events [72, ]. In this chapter we describe commonly used signal detection models and methods for fitting : Kenneth Knoblauch, Laurence T. Maloney. Abstract. In this chapter we shall consider the binary decision problem further. The detection and communication problems will both be developed, where the additive noise is still gaussian but is no longer assumed to have flat spectral density for all : Charles L. Weber. Natural statistical fluctuations in both signal and noise mean that it is not possible to state with certainty what particular signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) will result in a successful detection. Instead, it is necessary to consider the likelihood of an event occurring in percentage : Michael A. Ainslie.

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