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In the electromagnetic space, a single channel radar receiver will often intercept several periodic pulse trains radiating from the surrounding emitters simultaneously. The aim of radar pulse deinterleaving is to sort out the pulses coming from different emitters. Most traditional pulse repetition interval (PRI) deinterleaving methods are easy to sort out the pulses with small PRI fluctuations but difficult in dealing with relatively bigger fluctuation or staggered PRIs. In addition, thisdoi:10.1109/access.2019.2901013 fatcat:xslmmxnlabga7dw5bdqlexyaga