Sensitivity to parameter variations of the regularized recovery algorithm of binary message masked by chaotic process
This study analyzes an impact of parameter variations of the recovery algorithm of binary message masked by the Mackay-Glass chaotic process on the quality of its recovery in the presence of noise during observation. The paper presents the numerical results of the probability of correct estimation of the recovered message and admissible variations of the algorithm parameters under conditions of maintaining the specified quality.
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