Journal of Applied Sciences1812-56541812-5662Asian Network for Scientific Information10.3923/jas.2013.201.206NejadFarshin Hormozi22013132Problem of multiple hypotheses of distributed detection forming
many families of possible probability distributions is considered. Reliabilities
matrix and Logarithmically Asymptotically Optimal (LAO) hypotheses testing for
a pair of stages are studied. The fusion center detects one of some known probability
distributions of the source inside many disjoint families of probability distributions.
In first stage the first fusion center identifies one family of probability
distributions on the base of a messages sample, then in second stage the second
fusion center denotes exact distribution in the mentioned family on the base
of another messages sample and the result of the first fusion center. The results
show the compatibility conditions to happen of characteristics of LAO hypotheses
testing of distributed detection.]]>Ahlswede, R. and E.A. Haroutunian,2006Cover, T.M. and J.A. Thomas,1991Haroutunian, E.A.,1990Haroutunian, E.A., M.E. Haroutunian and A.N. Haroutunyan,2008Hoeffding, W.,1965Hormozi Nejad, F. and E.A. Haroutunian,2012Hormozi Nejad, F. and E.A. Haroutunian,2012Hormozi nejad, F., E.A. Haroutunian and P.M. Hakobyan,2011Kreidl, P.O., J.N. Tsitsiklis and S.I. Zoumpoulis,2011Tenney, R.R. and N.R. Sandell,1981Tsitsiklis, J.N.,1988Tsitsiklis, J.N. and M. Athans,1985Tusnady, G.,1977