In this paper, a concise survey of the literature on cyclostationarity is presented and includes an extensive bibliography. The literature in all languages, in which a substantial amount of research has been published, is included. Seminal contributions are identified as such. Citations are classified into 22 categories and listed in chronological order. Both stochastic and nonstochastic approaches for signal analysis are treated. In the former, which is the classical one, signals are modelled as realizations of stochastic processes. In the latter, signals are modelled as single functions of time and statistical functions are defined through infinite-time averages instead of ensemble averages. Applications of cyclostationarity in communications, signal processing, and many other research areas are considered.

Cyclostationarity: Half a century of research

NAPOLITANO, ANTONIO
2006

Abstract

In this paper, a concise survey of the literature on cyclostationarity is presented and includes an extensive bibliography. The literature in all languages, in which a substantial amount of research has been published, is included. Seminal contributions are identified as such. Citations are classified into 22 categories and listed in chronological order. Both stochastic and nonstochastic approaches for signal analysis are treated. In the former, which is the classical one, signals are modelled as realizations of stochastic processes. In the latter, signals are modelled as single functions of time and statistical functions are defined through infinite-time averages instead of ensemble averages. Applications of cyclostationarity in communications, signal processing, and many other research areas are considered.
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