Nicholas Roseveare

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—We consider a wireless sensor network engaged in the task of distributed tracking. Here, multiple remote sensor nodes estimate a physical process (viz., a moving object) and transmit quantized estimates to a fusion center for processing. At the fusion node a BLUE (Best Linear Unbiased Estimation) approach is used to combine the sensor estimates and create(More)
—We analyze the data throughput maximization problem over fading channels for a energy harvesting wireless sensor network. The effective use of energy harvesting wireless sensor networks requires an apt understanding of the underlying environmental processes. Energy as a constrained resource must be carefully utilized so as to enable good performance(More)
We consider the challenging problem of distributed tracking using wireless sensor networks (WSN). In our scenario, multiple spatially distributed sensor nodes estimate a physical process (viz. a moving object) and transmit quantized state estimates to a central fusion node for processing. The fusion node utilizes a BLUE (Best Linear Unbiased Estimation)(More)
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