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Sensor deployment and target localization based on virtual forces
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A virtual force algorithm (VFA) is proposed as a sensor deployment strategy to enhance the coverage after an initial random placement of sensors to improve the coverage of cluster-based distributed sensor networks.
Grid Coverage for Surveillance and Target Location in Distributed Sensor Networks
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It is shown that grid-based sensor placement for single targets provides asymptotically complete location of multiple targets in the grid, and coding-theoretic bounds on the number of sensors are provided and methods for determining their placement in the sensor field are presented.
On a New Class of Codes for Identifying Vertices in Graphs
We investigate a new class of codes for the optimal covering of vertices in an undirected graph G such that any vertex in G can be uniquely identified by examining the vertices that cover it. We
Test Wrapper and Test Access Mechanism Co-Optimization for System-on-Chip
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An efficient algorithm to construct wrappers that reduce the testing time for cores is presented and a new enumerative method for TAM optimization is presented that reduces execution time significantly when the number of TAMs being designed is small.
System-on-a-chip test-data compression and decompressionarchitectures based on Golomb codes
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A new test-data compression method and decompression architecture based on variable-to-variable-length Golomb codes that is especially suitable for encoding precomputed test sets for embedded cores in a system-on-a-chip (SoC).
Test Data Compression and Test Resource Partitioning for System-on-a-Chip Using Frequency-Directed Run-Length (FDR) Codes
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A new class of variable-to-variable-length compression codes that are designed using distributions of the runs of 0s in typical test sequences, referred to as frequency-directed run-length (FDR) codes are presented.
Sensor deployment and target localization in distributed sensor networks
TLDR
A virtual force algorithm (VFA) is proposed as a sensor deployment strategy to enhance the coverage after an initial random placement of sensors to improve the coverage of cluster-based distributed sensor networks.
On computing mobile agent routes for data fusion in distributed sensor networks
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This work proposes a genetic algorithm to compute an approximate solution to the problem of computing a route for a mobile agent that incrementally fuses the data as it visits the nodes in a distributed sensor network by suitably employing a two-level encoding scheme and genetic operators tailored to the objective function.
Frequency-directed run-length (FDR) codes with application to system-on-a-chip test data compression
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This work presents a new class of variable-to-variable-length compression codes that are designed using the distributions of the runs of 0s in typical test sequences, referred to as frequency-directed run-length (FDR) codes.
On using rectangle packing for SOC wrapper/TAM co-optimization
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This work presents a new approach for wrapper/TAM co-optimization based on generalized rectangle packing, also referred to as two-dimensional packing, which allows us to decrease testing time by reducing the mismatch between a core's test data needs and the width of the TAM to which it is assigned.
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