Estimation of discrete-continuous processes under conditions of polymodality of the a posteriori probability density
A method based on the fast Fourier transform and cutoff function-regularizer has been proposed for estimating the discrete-continuous Markov processes under conditions of inapplicability of the conventional Gaussian approximation. This method makes it possible to enhance the reliability of reception and processing of information incoming to the measuring system by radio channel in the presence of a random delay of the discrete signal.
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