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- John Murray-Bruce, Pier Luigi Dragotti
- IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing
- 2015

We consider diffusion fields induced by a finite number of spatially localized sources and address the problem of estimating these sources using spatiotemporal samples of the field obtained with a sensor network. Within this framework, we consider two different time evolutions: the case where the sources are instantaneous, as well as, the case where the… (More)

- John Murray-Bruce, Pier Luigi Dragotti
- 2014 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics…
- 2014

In this paper we consider a diffusion field induced by multiple point sources and address the problem of reconstructing the field from its spatio-temporal samples obtained using a sensor network. We begin by formulating the problem as a multi-source estimation problem - so estimating source locations, activation times and intensities given samples of the… (More)

- John Murray-Bruce, Pier Luigi Dragotti
- 2016 24th European Signal Processing Conference…
- 2016

Numerous physical phenomena are well modeled by partial differential equations (PDEs); they describe a wide range of phenomena across many application domains, from modeling EEG signals in electroencephalography to, modeling the release and propagation of toxic substances in environmental monitoring. In these applications it is often of interest to find the… (More)

- John Murray-Bruce, Pier Luigi Dragotti
- 2014 22nd European Signal Processing Conference…
- 2014

Sensor networks are becoming increasingly prevalent for monitoring physical phenomena of interest. For such wireless sensor network applications, knowledge of node location is important. Although a uniform sensor distribution is common in the literature, it is normally difficult to achieve in reality. Thus we propose a robust algorithm for reconstructing… (More)

- John Murray-Bruce, Pier Luigi Dragotti
- EURASIP J. Adv. Sig. Proc.
- 2016

Sensor networks are important for monitoring several physical phenomena. In this paper, we consider the monitoring of diffusion fields and design simple, yet robust, sensing, data processing and communication strategies for estimating the sources of diffusion fields under communication constraints. Specifically, based on our previous work in the area, we… (More)

- John Murray-Bruce, Pier Luigi Dragotti
- ArXiv
- 2017

Partial differential equations are central to describing many physical phenomena. Moreover in many applications these phenomena are observed through a sensor network, with the aim of inferring its underlying properties. Here we present a new framework for analysing fields governed by linear partial differential equations. The framework leverages from… (More)

- John Murray-Bruce, Pier Luigi Dragotti
- 2016 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics…
- 2016

We present a framework for estimating non-localized sources of diffusion fields using spatiotemporal measurements of the field. Specifically in this contribution, we consider two non-localized source types: straight line and polygonal sources and assume that the induced field is monitored using a sensor network. Given the sensor measurements, we… (More)

- John Murray-Bruce, Pier Luigi Dragotti
- 2015 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics…
- 2015

In this contribution, we implement a fully distributed diffusion field estimation algorithm based on the use of average consensus schemes. We show that the field reconstruction problem is equivalent to estimating the sources of the field, and then derive an exact inversion formula for jointly recovering these sources when they are localized and… (More)

- John Murray-Bruce, Pier Luigi Dragotti
- ACSSC
- 2016

- John Murray-Bruce, Pier Luigi Dragotti
- 2017 International Conference on Sampling Theory…
- 2017

We consider the spatiotemporal sampling of diffusion fields induced by M point sources, and study the associated inverse problem of recovering the initial parameters of the unknown sources. In particular, we focus on characterising qualitatively the error of the obtained source estimates. To achieve this, we obtain an expression with which we can trade the… (More)

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