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The interaction between a smart target and a smart MIMO radar is investigated from a game theory perspective. Since the target and the radar form an adversarial system, their interaction is modeled as a two-person zero-sum game. The mutual information criterion is used in formulating the utility functions. The unilateral, hierarchical, and symmetric games are studied, and the equilibria solutions are derived.


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