The CFAR adaptive subspace detector is a scale-invariant GLRT
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The constant false alarm rate (CFAR) matched subspace detector (CFAR MSD) is the uniformly most-powerful-invariant test and the generalized likelihood ratio test (GLRT) for detecting a target signal in noise whose covariance structure is known but whose level is unknown. Recently, the CFAR adaptive subspace detector (CFAR ASD), or adaptive coherence estimator (ACE), was proposed for detecting a target signal in noise whose covariance structure and level are both unknown and whose covariance structure is estimated with a sample covariance matrix based on training data. We show here that the CFAR ...