The multifamily likelihood ratio test for multiple signal model detection
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The generalized likelihood ratio test (GLRT) is a standard tool for designing signal detectors. It produces detectors that perform well when the signal model is known, except for a fixed set of signal parameters. However, it is unable to accommodate multiple signal models. We introduce the multifamily likelihood ratio test, which extends the GLRT and alleviates this limitation. © 2005 IEEE.
IEEE Signal Processing Letters
Kay, Steven M.. "The multifamily likelihood ratio test for multiple signal model detection." IEEE Signal Processing Letters 12, 5 (2005): 369-371. doi:10.1109/LSP.2005.845590.