Joaquin Aranda

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The problem of determining the optimal geometric configuration of a sensor network that will maximize the range-related information available for multiple target positioning is of key importance in a multitude of application scenarios. In this paper, a set of sensors that measures the distances between the targets and each of the receivers is considered,(More)
In this paper, we address the problem of determining the optimal geometric configuration of an acoustic sensor network that will maximize the angle-related information available for underwater target positioning. In the set-up adopted, a set of autonomous vehicles carries a network of acoustic units that measure the elevation and azimuth angles between a(More)
This paper addresses the problem of optimal sensor placement for acoustic range-based underwater target positioning. In particular, we focus on the experimental setup whereby target positioning is performed by measuring the ranges between the underwater target and a number of surface units equipped with acoustic ranging devices and GPS. With the objective(More)
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