Multiple source location estimation using the EM Algorithm
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We present a computationally efficient scheme for multiple source location estimation based on the EM Algorithm. The proposed scheme is optimal in the sense that it converges iteratively to the exact Maximum Likelihood estimate for all the unknown parameters simultaneously. The method can be applied to a wide range of problems arising in signal and array processing.
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