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International Joint Conference on Neural Networks
Distributed detection and estimation, and sensor fusion, are at present topics of intensive research due to the variety of systems which employ different sensing devices at geographically separated sites for tasks such as target detection and tracking, diversity in communications and threat classification. In this study, we demonstrate a simple distributed-detection scheme whose probability of error can be calculated analytically, and show that it corresponds to a two-layer network of binarydoi:10.1109/ijcnn.1989.118678 fatcat:c5puyco6wbbwnjlhjn5dmaoehq