Coverage problems in sensor networks: A survey

@article{Wang2011CoveragePI,
  title={Coverage problems in sensor networks: A survey},
  author={Bang Wang},
  journal={ACM Comput. Surv.},
  year={2011},
  volume={43},
  pages={32:1-32:53}
}
Sensor networks, which consist of sensor nodes each capable of sensing environment and transmitting data, have lots of applications in battlefield surveillance, environmental monitoring, industrial diagnostics, etc. Coverage which is one of the most important performance metrics for sensor networks reflects how well a sensor field is monitored. Individual sensor coverage models are dependent on the sensing functions of different types of sensors, while network-wide sensing coverage is a… CONTINUE READING
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