2021 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing

6-11 June 2021 • Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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2021 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing

6-11 June 2021 • Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Extracting Knowledge from Information

Technical Program

SAM-10: Sparse Array Design and Processing

Session Type: Poster
Time: Friday, 11 June, 13:00 - 13:45
Location: Gather.Town
 
SAM-10.1: GENERALIZED THINNED COPRIME ARRAY FOR DOA ESTIMATION
         Junpeng Shi; National University of Defense Technology
         Yongxiang Liu; National University of Defense Technology
         Fangqing Wen; Yangtze University
         Zhen Liu; National University of Defense Technology
         Panhe Hu; National University of Defense Technology
         Zhenghui Gong; National University of Defense Technology
 
SAM-10.2: TCLA ARRAY: A NEW SPARSE ARRAY DESIGN WITH LESS MUTUAL COUPLING
         Ahmed M. A. Shaalan; University of Science and Technology of China
         Jun Du; University of Science and Technology of China
         Yanhui Tu; University of Science and Technology of China
 
SAM-10.3: LOW MUTUAL COUPLING SPARSE ARRAY DESIGN USING ULA FITTING
         Wanlu Shi; Harbin Engineering University
         Yingsong Li; Harbin Engineering University
         Sergiy A. Vorobyov; Aalto University
 
SAM-10.4: EXTENDED NESTED ARRAYS FOR CONSECUTIVE VIRTUAL APERTURE ENHANCEMENT
         Shiwei Ren; Beijing Institute of Technology
         Wentao Dong; Beijing Institute of Technology
         Xiangnan Li; Beijing Institute of Technology
         Weijiang Wang; Beijing Institute of Technology
         Xiaoran Li; Beijing Institute of Technology
 
SAM-10.5: LOW-RANK AND SPARSE DECOMPOSITION FOR JOINT DOA ESTIMATION AND CONTAMINATED SENSORS DETECTION WITH SPARSELY CONTAMINATED ARRAYS
         Huiping Huang; Technical University of Darmstadt
         Abdelhak M. Zoubir; Technische Universität Darmstadt
 
SAM-10.6: FUNDAMENTAL TRADE-OFFS IN NOISY SUPER-RESOLUTION WITH SYNTHETIC APERTURES
         Sina Shahsavari; University of California, San Diego
         Jacob Millhiser; University of California, San Diego
         Piya Pal; University of California, San Diego