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Optimal Placement of Wireless Sensor Networks for 2-Dimensional Source Localization

  • Yueqian Liang
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 528)

Abstract

Optimal sensor network configuration for 2-Dimensional (2D) source localization is investigated systematically in this paper. The maximization of the determinant of Fisher information matrix (FIM) is chosen as the optimality criterion. Homogeneous range, received signal strength (RSS), time-of-arrival (TOA) and angle-of-arrival (AOA) sensor networks with different measurement noises are considered. The optimal configuration conditions for these four types of sensors are given out. Discussions based on these conditions are done to derive the optimal sensor configurations.

Keywords

Optimal sensor configuration Sensor network Source localization Fisher information 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.China Academy of Electronics and Information TechnologyBeijingChina

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