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By J. W. R. Griffiths (auth.), Heinz G. Urban (eds.)

ISBN-10: 9400953615

ISBN-13: 9789400953611

ISBN-10: 9401088640

ISBN-13: 9789401088640

The NATO complex examine Institute on Adaptive tools in Underwater Acoustics used to be hung on 30 July - 10 August 1984 in LLineburg, Germany. The Institute used to be basically inquisitive about sign processing for underwater appl ica­ tions. the vast majority of the shows, while taken jointly, yield a distinct photograph of the current prestige of figuring out of adaptive and excessive solution processing, taking off the development accomplished during the last 4 years including the foremost troublesome areas ultimate. significant attempt was once made to procure a commensurate contribution of instructional and complex learn papers. it truly is my wish that the cloth during this quantity can be both compatible for college kids getting an advent to a few of the fundamental difficulties in underwater sign processing and for the pros who may well receive an up to date assessment of the current cutting-edge. this may be in particular priceless in view of the talk and absence of sufficient interrelationships that have marked this speedily increasing box some time past. useful reinforcement of this photo is equipped by way of the cloth touching on electronic and optical processing expertise, giving a few information to a possibility adaptive and excessive solution thoughts with present processing units. The formal programme was once prolonged and targeted by means of a sequence of six night paintings­ retailers on particular subject matters, within which casual discussions came about one of the members. Summaries of those workshops also are integrated in those Proceedings.

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Because of incomplete knowledge of the qynamics, the forcing functions and boundary conditions, and STATISTICAL ASPECTS OF SOUND PROPAGATION IN THE OCEAN 51 because of limited capability of present day computers, it is nearly impossible to forecast the evolution of the oceans at any scale. It would thus appear that the only tractable description of the variability of the medium, and of the siynals that propagate through it, is a statistical description. However, large scale ocean features (of the order of 100 km or more) are generally characterized by long time scales (several weeks).

LAVAL AND J. M. r the shot noise. The numerical implementation of the above transformation will constitute the second phase of the calculation. The direct application of the formulas. however, would run into substantial numerical difficulties. The large dynamic range of b and the fact that N (b) decreases very fast for the small values of b and more often converges slowly to 0 when b tends to infinity would require the N (5) function to be described by a very high number of equally spaced sampled if FFT was intended to be used to compute G (~).

Because of incomplete knowledge of the qynamics, the forcing functions and boundary conditions, and STATISTICAL ASPECTS OF SOUND PROPAGATION IN THE OCEAN 51 because of limited capability of present day computers, it is nearly impossible to forecast the evolution of the oceans at any scale. It would thus appear that the only tractable description of the variability of the medium, and of the siynals that propagate through it, is a statistical description. However, large scale ocean features (of the order of 100 km or more) are generally characterized by long time scales (several weeks).

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