Alternative Approaches for Solving the Sensor Placement Problem in Large Networks

@inproceedings{Pinzinger2011AlternativeAF,
  title={Alternative Approaches for Solving the Sensor Placement Problem in Large Networks},
  author={R. Pinzinger and Jochen Deuerlein and Alexander Wolters and A. R. Simpson},
  year={2011}
}
Positioning sensors in a water supply network is a NP–hard task. We propose three algorithms – one based on integer linear programming (ILP) and the other two based on the Greedy paradigm. We apply these algorithms to real case networks and compare the results of these algorithms with the results of an algorithm based on NSGA II, a genetic algorithm. We come to the conclusion that our algorithms outperform NSGA II in every single case. The algorithm based on linear integer programming may be… CONTINUE READING

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