The probability of an error event can then be written as Pa#39;D alt; 6) (35) where the decision variable D is D ... (36) The parameters 6, W, Q, and Q, are defined as det (C.Apagt;2C, f + /) 6 = 2 In det(C, Iagt;aC* + /)a#39; W = DiV, Q, = (CD2C/+/)-1 and Q, =(C, D3C } +/)-a#39;. ... probability can be found by the appropriate integration of the inverse Laplace transform of $d(s) (which gives the pdf of D). However, following  it is simpler to calculate P(C, ~C})=^ polet J2 Residue [e4, $D(s)/s] 6 alt; 0 6 agt; 0 (50) instead.
|Title||:||1994 IEEE GLOBECOM : communications, the global bridge|
|Author||:||IEEE Communications Society, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. San Francisco Section|