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Existing evidence for and against sea clutter being chaotic and nonlinearly predictable is briefly discussed. Despite the uncertainty surrounding the chaotic nature of sea clutter, and its nonlinear predictability, the purpose of this paper is to examine what the best design criterion is for a nonlinear predictor which is to be used to detect targets against clutter which is known to be chaotic: mean square error performance or capturing the chaotic clutter's underlying dynamics. Single pulsedoi:10.1109/icassp.2001.940249 dblp:conf/icassp/CowperUM01 fatcat:zbi53mj3tvg7xgq5xd6q6eboja