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2010 IEEE Radar Conference
Multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) radars with widely separated transmitters and receivers are useful to discriminate a target from clutter using the spatial diversity of the scatterers in the illuminated scene. We consider the detection of targets in compound-Gaussian clutter. Compound-Gaussian clutter describes heavy-tailed distributions fitting high-resolution and/or low-grazing-angle radars in the presence of sea or foliage clutter. First, we introduce a data model using the inversedoi:10.1109/radar.2010.5494620 fatcat:xnfvg525j5au7oaysqclx2f2sm