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Least squares estimation of 2-D sinusoids in colored noise: Asymptotic analysis

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Least squares estimation of 2-D sinusoids in colored noise: Asymptotic analysis
This paper considers the problem of estimating the parameters of real-valued two-dimensional (2-D) sinusoidal signals observed in colored noise. This problem is a special case of the general problem of estimating the parameters of a real-valued homogeneous random field with mixed spectral distribution from a single observed realization of it. The large sample properties of the least squares (LS) estimator of the parameters of the sinusoidal components are derived, making no assumptions on the type of the probability distribution of the observed field. It is shown that if the disturbance field satisfies a combination of conditions comprised of a strong mixing condition and a condition on the order of its uniformly bounded moments, the normalized estimation error of the LS estimator is consistent asymptotically normal with zero mean and a normalized asymptotic covariance matrix for which a simple expression is derived. It is further shown that the LS estimator is asymptotically unbiased....
Guy Cohen, Joseph M. Francos
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Type Journal
Year 2002
Where TIT
Authors Guy Cohen, Joseph M. Francos
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